His animals are green through and through, not just on the outside, but also on the inside. The dangling and cuddly toys, for example, which nestle softly in larger children's hands, have their round bodies stuffed full of sheep's wool. We buy them from itinerant shepherds who nibble free the Eifel meadows with their herds and keep the Rhine embankments as short as a golf course. The pink stuffed pig, for example, lazily lounging on its stomach, has rustling spelled chaff padding its satchel. His little brother stuffed his stomach with cherry stones. Both can be warmed up and put on to blow children's tummies.
The ready-made modern game worlds leave little room for imagination and also show the way to our consumer society. Parents who want to offer their children selected toys and thus counteract the consumption of cheap mass-produced products feel particularly attracted to our animal dolls. Many of our customers are people who are aware of the dangers of the throwaway society and want to convey this to their children. For these parents, it is also important that our animals are made of natural materials that are free of harmful substances, are produced in an environmentally friendly manner and are processed in a socially just manner.