The first thing I noticed when I opened the box was this really really cool letter. A condolences on the delivery of my Vamplet. I really liked the letter, especially at the end where they suggest I keep on hand at all times a bottle of blood, a sturdy cage or chains, and an escape proof coffin for my Vamplet. The font really adds to the letter. I was impressed with the thick paper it’s written on also.
Attached in the upper corner of the letter is a pin.
The next thing I found in the box was a bottle of blood!
Having not yet gotten to my Vamplet, I’m already thrilled and loving this! A disappearing bottle of blood! On the back of bottle’s package it says, “These cute little babies are rotten to the core. Sweet on the outside venom within…” It goes on but I don’t want to spoil it for you.
This is how Hector arrived. He was well protected. Bubble wrap behind him to cushion his journey. Tissue paper between each layer to protect everything.
The tag on him declares him a pure bred Gloomvanian Terribilis mortuus batlet incorruptus gloomvana.
Meet Hector, Baby Vampyre Bat.
I was surprised how big he is, that’s my hand holding him. I had expected him to be about half the size, what a great surprise! This makes me much more comfortable letting my son “see” him. The bottle and Hector both come recommended for ages 3 and up, but like most toys I find that as long as my son only has them within my supervision their good.
Hector is soft to the touch.
One of the greatest things about Vamplet’s is they give back to the bats. When you adopt Hector, the Gloomvanian Vampyre Bat Baby, at www.vamplets.com a donation is made in your humanly honor to the Bat World Sanctuary.
There are different Vamplet’s other than Hector, you can meet them all here.
Which one’s your favorite?