Hooray! It's time for another Cottontails competition, and this time it's all about tails.
|Win me! (oh and £50 to spend at Cottontails too)|
Have a look at the eight tails pictured below - they all belong to toys I stock at Cottontails. Anyone correctly identifying all eight tails will go into a draw to win £50 to spend at Cottontails - with a little Laura Long long-tailed mouse thrown in too!
Hopefully it won't be too hard, but just tricky enough to be a bit of a challenge. Every animal is on the Cottontails website, and don't forget the little search box in the top right corner of the website, it might help you narrow down certain types of animal and so on.
|1. A classic Moulin Roty toy, my favourite animal|
|2. This creature is famous for it's long tail (& love of cheese)|
|3. Little boys are said to be made of these, along with slugs and snails|
|4. Enemy of St. George....|
|5. These animals are famous for their curly tails|
|6. Less of a tail, more of a brush....|
|7. Another of our favourite creatures, part of a Grand Family|
|8. Beatrix Potter wrote about one called Tommy Brock|
When you think you've worked out who the tails belong to, simply send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your list of names.
All the correct answers will go into a hat and I'll pick a winner on the last day of January.
And finally, it would be nice if you would like to leave a comment to say you've taken part, but please don't give away the answers in your comment.
Have fun and good luck!