Lee's Menagerie
Melding Science & Magic

Creature Guide

A list of the different species of faerie creatures we have bred and sold in the past. Not all creatures are currently available for purchase.

Baby Jackalopes

They're here and they're adorable! The new baby Jackalopes are available for pre-order during pre-order events and at conventions. The new design features resin parts cast from original sculptures, faux fur bodies available in a variety of different colors, and a pose-able plastic skeleton that allows the doll to be moved and interacted with. 

baby jackalope sitting

Jackalopes are very near and dear to our hearts here at the Menagerie. These excitable balls of fluff are feisty, clever, and possess a range of magical qualities and abilities. We breed Domestic Jackalopes, which are a little calmer and less stubborn than their wild counterparts. They do however still have a propensity for getting into trouble when their care-taker's back is turned. We hope to be able to offer Adult Domestic Jackalopes for adoption as well in the near future. The following are some interesting facts about the Jackalope species we've learned through our breeding and observations:

  • Jackalopes can throw their voices, and mimic any human voice they hear, similar to parrots.

  • Their milk is incredibly powerful when used in spells and potions; it has strong protective properties and can aide in opening the minds eye to other-dimensional creatures. Milking a jackalope however is extremely dangerous and not recommend to those who like all their limbs attached.

  • Jackalopes are carnivores, unlike rabbits, and in their wild they eat a combination of insects, small prey, and occasionally carrion. To make things easier when raising them domestically, we feed our jackalopes a combination of special kibble and mealworms, with fresh meat being a sometimes treat.

  • Male Jackalopes are very territorial! We recommend only having one male jackalope per family group, and keeping you groups separated to prevent fighting and accidental injuries.

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