Dart the Evanescunt cattus

A fellow member of the Imaginary Adoption Site Association, Gabby of the I.F.F.R.F., recently sent us a Magical Creature named Dart, the Evanescunt cattus, a species that can run so fast it can vanish. As Dart is only seven tears old, it is not yet old enough to vanish. Here is the e-mail she sent to us:

“Hello! I was walking around the shelter watching all the pets play when I saw a flash of blue. I turned and found this little creature in the bushes. I waited for him to come to me and I brought him to the vet. She said he was healthy, but we couldn’t figure out what kind of creature it was, and I knew immediately I had to send him to you. I named him Dart because he loves to run. He should go into a home where he can run around. He also dislikes dogs, but gets along great with cats. Please find him a good home. Thank you!”

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If you want to adopt Dart, tell us below!

 

 

 

 

 

And remember, you have to believe in our Magical Creatures to see them!

Element Kittens

A fellow member of the I.A.S.A., Violet, sent us a litter of Element Kittens! Here is the e-mail that she sent:

“Hey, I am sending you a litter of element kittens, (fire, earth, water, air).

This is Flame:
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Element: Fire.
Gender: Male
Personality: Firey, fierce, brave.
Special needs: He is sensitive to extreme climates, he will overheat if you aren’t careful, or freeze.
This is Vine:
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Element: Earth.
Gender: Female.
Personality: Calm, playful, likes water and the sun, rolls in dirt.
Special needs: She is extremely sensitive to car exhaust, and any other chemicals that cause pollution.
This is Ocean:
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Element: Water.
Gender: Female.
Personality: Calm mostly but if teased or provoked she will lash out, she likes to swim.
Special needs: Must have water at all times and must be bathed every day.
This is Stormy:
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Element: Air.
Gender: Male.
Personality: Very unpredictable, changes as fast as the weather.
Special needs: Very sensitive to pollution.
Thanks,
Violet.”
If anyone wants to adopt any of these Element Kittens, comment below!
And remember, you have to believe in our Magical Creatures to see them!

More Sprites!

Madi, who has previously sent us two Lightning Sprites to put up for adoption, has recently sent us 16 Sprites: 3 Water Sprites, 8 Earth Sprites, and 5 Air Sprites! Here is the e-mail sent to us:

“It would be great if you could take my 8 earth sprites, 3 water sprites and 5 air sprites! There names are:
(earth) Moony, Rocky, Jewel, Garnet, Muddy, Sasha, Violet and Lili!
(water) Tiger Lily, Firestone, Misty!
(air) Windy, Lucy, Bopper, Cocoa, Speckles!!!

Moony, Garnet, Muddy, Windy, Sasha, Violet, Lili, Misty, Lucy, and Cocoa and girls!
Rocky, Jewel, Tiger Lily, Firestone, Bopper, and Speckles are boys!”

If you would like to adopt any of them, tell us below!
And remember, you have to believe in our Magical Creatures to see them!

Lightning Sprites!

A viewer of our website and Sprite enthusiast, Madi, has recently sent us two incredibly rare Lightning Sprites to be put up for adoption for the rest of our viewers! Unlike before, we will not be having a contest, but they will be up for adoption normally. It is only one Lightning Sprite per person, so one person can not adopt both of the Lightning Sprites. The two Lightning Sprites are named Hopper and Berry, Berry is a female, Hopper is a male. Hopper and Berry were sent to us along with this e-mail:

Ok! I also just got 22 of my sprites adopted! I am not a breeder or adoption center, but I am moving and i’m moving to an apartment. I have about 46 sprites, including my 2 rare lightning sprites!! I was wondering if you would like to take my pair of lightning sprites, Hopper and Berry, and get them adopted!” (sent by Madi)

We agreed, and now the Lightning Sprites are up for adoption at The Center!

If you would like to adopt Hopper or Berry, tell us below!

Update: Berry has been adopted!

And remember, you have to believe in our Magical Creatures to see them!

Sprite Care Tips

A viewer of our website, Madi, asked if we could post some Sprite Care tips. So, here they are!

  • Never, ever keep Sprites in a cage. Sprites must always be free to fly around and explore.
  • If a Sprite’s wing is damaged, it is possible to fix it. If it is a tear in the wing, gently hold the two pieces of wing together and make a splint (making out of leaves will work best) to hold the wing together until it heals. If you have Sprite Sap, a type of sap that cures and heals Sprites very quickly, spread that on the Sprites wing before making the splint for it. If the wing comes off entirely, the same method as above will work, just hold the wing to the Sprite’s body instead of  holding the two pieces of wing together. If a Sprite’s wing is wet, (unless it is a Water Sprite, Mud Sprite, Lightning Sprite, Snow Sprite, or Storm Sprite, which can all be very wet without consequence), let the wing dry off before letting the Sprite fly again.
  • If a Sprite is sick, the best cure is to give it Sprite Sap, which should heal it within an hour or two. If you do not have Sprite Sap, treat the Sprite just as you would treat a human or pet who is sick.
  • Never grab a Sprite in a hand or net. Always let the Sprite land on your hand if you want to see it up close or move it somewhere.
  • And finally, always treat your Sprites with kindness and respect.

If anyone needs any more advice on Sprite Care or Care of Any Magical Creatures, contact us!

 

And remember, you have to believe in our Magical Creatures to see them!