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Water Vole – Riverbank – Wind in the Willows

Water Vole - Endangered Animal

Our Water Vole and nest are ready .. if you click on the photo above it will take you to our Etsy store – because it is wet and dark outside we have only taken indoor photographs

Our Vole with home made from raffia – 15 cms diameter and lined with dried autumn leaves and resting on a small pile of wooden logs and only offering shipping to UK as dont think it would travel well and will refund shipping if someone collects.

The Vole has own blackberry to snack on (fruit – not a mobile phone)

Little worried our Fluf might snack on it – anything that looks like a vole – is living on borrowed time

We have a healthy population of little Voles in our garden who are main interest for our cats, althou sadly for Fluf – he is an indoors cat (for now) and imagine the vole population must be doing better because these kamakazi little chaps come thru holes indoors… from time to time or perhaps Fluf has stashed them for a rainy day or slightly worrying, they live indoors too.


5 Prototype Needle Felting Kits to make a Penguin Chick – plus Free Advent Calender Card from Sweden

Needle Felting Kit to make a Penguin Chick plus free Advent Calender Greeting Card (worth £4s)


Pink Elephant Needle Felting Kit to Needle Felt a Penguin Chick - 5 prototypes with a free Advent Calender Greeting Card


Needle Felting Kit to make a Penguin Chick

Available from SmallWoollyElephant on Etsy – a  Needle Felting Kit to make a Penguin Chick plus for the first 5 Prototypes we are including a beautiful free Advent Calender Card from Sweden.

This is to make a collectable Penguin and is not a Toy and not intended for use by Children under 14


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Scottish Wildcat

Scottish Wildcat -

Our first Wildcat – available on Etsy – SmallWoollyElephant

“Scotland’s forgotten cat; fewer than 100 remain…

Far back in the history of Scotland, the earliest settlers told legends about wildcats so fierce they bested human champions, and worshipped them as forest spirits. Centuries later, clans formed together under the image of the wildcat and fought wars for the independence of the land. Today, as few as 100 remain in the wild, and the extinction of Britain’s last large mammal predator could come within the next few years”