Chimeric, Horrific, Cuddly Stuffed Animals

Pam and Robyn in San Francisco run an Etsy store called Frankestuffies, selling “monsters for lovies or lovies for monsters, lovingly re-assembled by hand from cleaned, recycled and, um, dismembered stuffed animals”: Octo-Gorillas, Platy-Mice, Beaver-Crabs, Baboon-Tigers — and more!

More info: Etsy (h/t: boingboing)

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