Have you ever wondered why fairies always look somewhat human?
They are imaginary, right? They are shown in all sorts of outlandish outfits and their wing styles are sometimes down right gaudy. Yet for the most part they look like beautiful young female humans.
And I, for one, have a problem with that.
You see, in my world one of the most visually beautiful forms is that of a greyhound or whippet. They are the Barbie and Ken dolls of the dog world. Proportionately defying the odds, with their oh so long legs, thin waists, well-defined buttocks, gorgeous big eyes and silk fur. Chances are if you are reading this blog, you too think they are visually appealing.
Jesse – Ken doll of the dog world.
Imaginary beings should stimulate our imaginations. If there are fairies, sprites and pixie or two, why can’t they look like a greyhounds or a whippet?
“Neptunia” the Pond Fairy.
“Flora” the Flower Pixie.
“Leah” the Leaf Fairy.
Atlantic Sea Sprite
Would you like to see more sight hound fairies, sprites, pixies, and maybe even a whelf (whippet elf) or two at Greyhound Cleyhounds? Or should those realms be left to the human form?
Here a couple that are “incubating” and should be ready for adoption soon.
Elusive New Smyrna Iggy Wood Fairy
Hound Fairies come in many shapes, sizes and colors.
If you would are interested in adopting a sight hound imaginary friend, check out: