taxidermy shop

Help out this pagan trans guy

Hey everyone! This is the first time I’ve done something like this so bare with me. I’m a trans male from the midwest. I’ve known I was trans for about a year but I’ve been struggling with dysphoria for about two years and I’ve always tried to get things that ease the discomfort. Right now I’m trying to save up money to buy an STP packer; the one I want is about $180.

I don’t have a “real” job, and can’t get one at the moment due to anxiety. However, I do run an Etsy shop that specializes in antler wands with a crystal tip, decorated in various ways with various themes. If you would be interested in purchasing one, PLEASE check it out. I also have a pair of mouse foot, mole foot, and mole hand necklaces (these aren’t listed on Etsy yet but please message me if you’re interested).

If you visit my Etsy, don’t feel pressured to buy anything, but favorite the shop if you like it to see more of my listings. If these types of products just aren’t for you, or you can’t purchase anything, PLEASE reblog this to spread the word to as many people as possible.

Thank you so much for reading, reblogging, and helping out my poor trans ass.


From Instagram:  frankieromustdie Airport Taxidermy Shop Owner: do you want to pet one?
Me: absolutely.

(pics before this of the taxidermied animals)


This little mummified pig branched out of my comfort zone. I didn’t want the little guy to go to waste, so I crystallized him! The stillborn mummy pig’s crystallized skull is encrusted with amethyst crystals that trail down the spine.

For sale!

It’s been a long time coming but I have finally managed to open up the Country Treasures Etsy shop. 

A lot of my items contain dried flowers and plant material so shipping to other countries is limited. Sorry for any inconvenience. Thank you for all your support and patience.

The Wolpertinger is a well known as a hoax. However, according to legend, it resides in the forests of Bavaria, Germany. Legend has it that the creatures are quite shy and are difficult to catch. The beast is a mixture of wings, antlers, and fangs, all on a small mammal’s body, most often a rabbit. But, it does not always have to be a rabbit; sometimes the Wolpertinger can made with the body of a squirrel, or the head of a fox. All that is certain about the beast is that it is comprised of many animal parts. Often, one can buy taxidermy Wolpertingers from shops.


Which is your favorite? Updating the store very soon!! #taxidermy

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