At the Magical Animal Adoption Agency, we pride ourselves on all the happy and successful adoptions we've made.
Below, you can find read some of the stories of past pets that were happily adopted!
A fairy horse finds a new home!
When Lily the fairy horse came to us, we weren’t sure who would be the right match. Lily was the gentlest fairy horse we’d ever seen—and easily upset, partially because her previous fairy owner mistreated her with a grass whip. We knew only a very gentle owner would suit. Fum the gentle giant was perfect! This is what Fum wrote to us:
Thank you, Fum, for taking such good care of Lily.
An unusual pet finds a new owner!
Eggie, a giant elephant, was one of the strangest pets we’ve ever had here at the agency, partially because he wasn’t magical! Magical or not, he was certainly hard to look after because of his ginormous size, although he was as sweet and lovable as a unicorn. Luckily, he was adopted right away by William, who sent us this very surprising note:
Now we know that Eggie was actually a magical elephant—specifically a very rare “inverse” elephant, that grows smaller with time! Thank you, William, for letting us know.
A good fit for the golden goose!
Toulouse, the golden goose, was a very popular pet at the Agency, and it was difficult to find the best owner for her. We worried that most of the clients were only interested in Toulouse’s ability to lay golden eggs. Luckily, Esme came in, who had given up her princess crown in favor of writing and gardening—and we were sure it was a right match, even more so when she sent us this note.
We can’t wait to read Ex-Princess Esme’s newest book, The Golden Secret!
Another happy winged horse adopted from the Agency!
Winny was just a young foal when she was brought to the Agency with an injured wing. Her wing healed and she soon charmed young witch Isabella, who wrote in with this update on Winny:
What a lucky little winged horse!
Another happy griffin adopted from the Agency!
Shy, nervous and not a fan of spells and sorcery, poor Sampson was an unusual griffin, with the body of an eagle and the head of a lion. Over his time at the Agency, Sampson's confidence grew and he won the affection of Mr. and Mrs. Cackleberry, chicken farmers in the Woods. They sent us an update on Sampson's new life:
It sounds like Sampson has found the perfect family!
Another happy night-light bug adopted from the Agency!
We don't see many night-light bugs here at the Agency, so when Twilly was brought in, we worried about finding him a good home. Happily, Perwinkle the tooth fairy fell in love with him at once. Peri dropped off this note along with a generous donation of a golden tooth to the Agency:
And thank you, Peri, for giving Twill such a good home!