Uh, Mr. Host, if you don't mind, could you please introduce us to some of your animal friends? Would you also mind if I sketched them based off your descriptions? I'm kinda feeling down and drawing animals always makes me feel better so. It's okay if you don't want to though!
(Feel free to draw the fur (and feather) (and scale) babies!)
Host holds up his little orange kitten. “His name is Fitzgerald, and he likes to chase things and run around through the library and bump into people.” Host tickles the kitten’s soft belly, and it paws at his finger, trying to bite him playfully. Host laughs and set the kitten down. Fitz scampers off.
Next he gives a long, low whistle, and a flutter of wings can be heard just before a small raven sloppily lands on the Host’s shoulder with a squawk. “Hah, this is Annabel Lee, Host’s raven. She’s young and still working on her landings, but she is improving every day!” Host reaches up and brushes his fingers down the bird’s back, and she fluffs her feathers a bit before flying off again.
Finally Host gestures to a drawer of his desk that is opened where a little dragon sleeps, curled into a ball. Its faint glow pulsates in time with its quiet snores, and Host whispers, “This is Lewis Carroll. He works very hard to lead visitors in and out of the library, and when he gets tired he likes to nap in this drawer.” Host looks back up at you, very proud of his little pets and tugs nervously at his bandages. “But those are all of the Host’s small friends.” He laughs a bit. “For now, anyway…”