Wombat is a sneaky (fluff) who likes to steal things from other (fluffs) and hide them in his pouch. If something has gone missing in someone's humble abode, chances are he has it on display in his grassy mantle hoping nobody misses it. Who has time for shopping when there are roots to eat, bark to chew, and sleeping (fluffs) to disrupt? Night time is the right time, after all.
Orca is a free-spirited (fluff) who is always looking for ways to separate herself from the rest of the (fluff) sea creatures. She even tried beaching herself once to prove that water isn't a necessary requirement for being a creature of the ocean, but that didn't end well and thus she stays put frolicking in the deep blue. Her favorite pastimes include eating, eating and eating. And eating.
Dwarf Hamster is a big, chubby (fluff)ball who enjoys rolling his fat little self all over his cage. He likes anything round: balls, oranges, wheels, marbles… the list goes on and on. The only thing he's not so fond of is his hamster wheel, which a) requires too much effort and b) takes up too much space. So he hangs clothes on it and pretends it's not there (a concept humans know nothing about).
Me Bichon! Me puppee! Me tiny and me (fluff)y. Me looooves to cuddle and jump and yip and eat wet food cuz dry food is too crunchy and yuck. Me like doggies! And kittees and also munkiis and snailees! Me don’t like rain because me paws get allllll wet and dirrrty and yuck. Yuck yuck. Love me.
Flamingo can always be found lounging by the pool sippin' margaritas and catching some rays. Like many others of her species, she likes to stand on one leg and occasionally fly. She's a preener and gets along quite well with (pink) hippo, and they often spend hours talking about themselves without really paying attention to one another. She's also a guacamole hog, so if you have any laying around, she'll eat it. Be warned.