Congratulations! Now that you have a Floppet Friend, it is neat to find out all the cool things they can do.
Floppets like to cling to most anything, especially with other Floppets. They prefer to be close to you, however, as long as they are holding on to something safe, they are usually OK with holding on to other things.
Floppets can be attached to Flip Flops, Fingers, Wrists, Necklaces, Pencils, Back Packs, Shoe Laces, Ear Buds, and most any other safe thing.
Here are some terms that you may find helpful:
Tether – the little Velcro strap that helps your Floppet hold on to things – it is like a Floppet seat-belt. The Tether can be flipped around for more comfort.
Mushroom – the little thingy that connects the Tether to the Floppet.
Cat’s Eyelet – the little hole on the Tether that wraps around the Mushroom connector.
Linking – linking is when you connect Floppets together by their Tethers to create a daisy-chain for a wrist band, anklet, or necklace.
Ringing – wearing the Floppet on your finger.
Posing – looping the Tether so the Floppet can stand up on its own for adventures.
Fuzzy Side – the soft side of the Tether
Hook Side – the rough side of the Tether
- Always press firmly on the Tether when connecting the Floppet so the Fuzzy side sticks to the Hook side. Floppets do not like to fall off.
- When attaching your Floppet to a Flip Flop, be sure it is on securely. The best way is to loop the lower part of the Tether around the lower part of the Flip Flop strap….next loop the upper part of the Tether around the upper part of the Flip Flop strap and press firmly to the lower part of the Tether.
- For comfort you may wish to have the Fuzzy part of the Tether resting against your skin. To flip the Tether, carefully pull the Tether off of the Mushroom. Reverse the Tether and wrap the Cat’s Eyelet around the Mushroom.
The Floppets want you to enjoy their friendship safely!