Meet my family!
All of us exist for real and not-for-real, which is a wee bit weird if you ask me.
I also have a
This Earth-ball needs much more love, right?
And I’ll spread as much of it as I can.
I’d be so totally happy if you’d help me with this important task. Would you?
Some of my human friends have had a lot of time to get to know me on Facebook.
If you want a getting-to-know-me short-cut, then scroll down and sign up for my wee-mail.
The welcome present is the cool ebook: The Big World According to Little Hunterman.
Only my friends get to get this book. And you still get to keep it even if you decide that you do not want to be my friend after all.
Little Hunterman is the cartoon dog version of a young Parson Jack Russell terrier called Hunter.
He is scared of open windows but loves to be outside, does not like dog food but loves found leftovers (and croissants), abhors changes in his holy routines but loves exceptions if they include rat-chases.
Little Hunterman has a strong sense of order and how things are supposed to be. He hates monitors, displays, TVs and all the things that humans stare at for hours and hours instead of playing with him.
Flynn (Admiral Flynn van Kwiitsch)
Flynn, a rubber duck, had his tail chewed off by a young and overexcited Hunterman a few years back. Since then, for fear of sinking, Flynn has been deathly afraid of anything concerning water, avoiding every contact with it—a fact that makes body hygiene rather difficult.
Hunterman has accepted the responsibility for his actions and not only became Flynn’s best friend and protector but also carries the duck around with him whenever he goes out. Because of his smelly self, Flynn’s place is on Hunterman’s tail, and thus as far away from the sensitive dog-nose as possible.
Flynn can be an arrogant and self-absorbed little bastard, but we all love him dearly.
Lassal-human works as a writer and visual artist mostly for international commercial agencies and her own books.
She loves her work and works a lot day-in, day-out. Some years ago, attempting to focus on something else besides working, she sought and found a little Parson Jack Russell terrier called Hunterman and fell madly in love with him.
With little Hunterman her life has gotten so much more complicated, but ah so extraordinarily more rewarding!
Tony-human is an architect and Lassal’s partner in crime.
Together, they share the worries and joys that come with having a little Hunterman.
While Lassal is the stern one who insists on having an obedient dog and her rules followed, Tony calmly and stoically allows himself to be wrapped around Hunterman’s little paws.
Hunterman loves him dearly for that.
(And he also loves him for the zombie-chases they do together—more on that crazy take later, maybe.)