Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Dragon Adoptions: Free to a Good Home

In any habitat, sometimes the population grows too large. The draconic population of Chez Blume has grown quite rapidly and some of these plushie dragons are starting to feel rather claustrophobic. Add to that several of them being featured in the Wildcat's Lair resulting in a diva-ish culture. Some of the less famous dragons are starting to feel left out.

To alleviate this problem, I am putting several dragons up for adoption. That's right, for free, you can provide a home to a plush dragon in need of attention. I will post a picture of a dragon and some details about his/her habits and likes/dislikes. Just email me if you are interested. Don't be deterred if you don't live in the Richmond area. I will ship at no cost to you. It's a win-win!

(Anyone who knows me is aware of my plush dragon collection but I really have too many. I didn't want to send them to Goodwill or out with the AmVets stuff so, I thought a dragon adoption thing would be fun. And yes, I am serious about finding them a new place to live.)

Without further ado, let me introduce the first dragon up for adoption:

Matilda. She is a blue dragon who likes to watch reruns of Dr. Who and Torchwood. She also enjoys small-rodent tennis and has won several championships. Matilda would fit in well in a house with children and pets (though probably not rodent pets given her penchant for hitting them with a racket), and possibly other dragons though she can be shy at times. Matilda is house-trained and knows not to blow fire inside.

If you're interested in giving Matilda a home, send me an email to rabbitfishjewelry@comcast.net. First come, first served.

Don't despair if Matilda doesn't light your fire.. as it were. (haha.. couldn't resist). I will be posting other adoptees in the coming weeks.


  1. cute post Sheri

    and I don't think the non-plush, albeit Few, dragons I have would be amused to have a another in their midst. ;)

  2. I might take you up on that, but the dozens of stuffed penguins might not enjoy a dragon in their midst, and would be hard pressed to find a place to roost!