.....doesn't actually exist which makes it difficult to explain why you can usually see one every Wednesday night, at 2.39am, tirelessly weeding your garden. Barfoones are oversensitive and self conscious creatures and should be approached with extreme caution. If startled or frightened in any way they will emit a barrage of terrifying attack balloons form their enormous mouths. If you ever see a balloon in the night sky you know that there is a panicking Blue Barfoone not too far away. You have been warned.
A bizarre mix of brown bear, red deer, bad dress sense and poor dental hygiene mean the Bufoone has to try harder to make friends that the average garden creature. Well-read, cultured, fluent in 245 languages and an excellent stand up comedian, the Bufoone is easy to know and a likeable companion. There is no end to his talents, which can become tiresome but his excellent baking skills mean his constant showing off can be overlooked if you like cake. Don't, under any circumstances, tie a green balloon and a blue balloon to his left antler as this is the Bufoone equivalent of an engagement ring and breaking it off will be upsetting. You don't want to end up married to a Bufoone, trust me.
Outrageously self important but ultimately pointless garden night creature. A year in the life of a Draboone lasts for a mere 24 hours which means it celebrates its Birthday every day. This makes them very expensive and annoying pets. Look out of your window at 3.47am and you might just see a Draboone pleading for a present. They eat cake and egg mayonnaise sandwiches on white sliced bread. This one is 11042 today which makes him about 33 but you should probably check that on the calculator.
Don't be fooled by the ballet shoes. Peliboones dislike dancing, classical music and all forms of theatre. They would rather play board games and cards whilst eating chocolate covered peanuts. The shoes are actually used to enable stealthy hunting as the Peliboone likes to sneak up on its dinner unannounced. Someone should tell them that choccy nut snacks can't hear them anyway. Since 1905 they have been banned from flying but will occasionally take to the skies on a Wednesday in March if it's raining. No one knows why but if you catch one you could ask them for me.