Like the Loch Ness Monster, Big Foot and nice-tasting cabbage, Fluffalopes were once considered to be nothing more than a legend; a fairy tale. But they’re real alright! We found our very own Fluffalope on one of our adventures and now he lives with us. He’s very tame.
The first recorded Fluffalope sighting was in 351AD but further sightings have rarely been recorded. Apparently, Napoleon had a pet Fluffalope, which cost him victory at Waterloo. He ordered all his men to feed their socks to his Fluffalope called Josephine but then they were useless in battle due to the blisters on their feet.
And Queen Victoria was said to have had one that lived under her skirt. Apparently that particular Fluffalope was "not amused" as The Queen didn’t like wearing socks.
His birthday is the Soxth of Soxtober.