Doozie!  Don’t ask me why she’s called that, because I don’t know.  You’d have to ask Harriet and Angela… they’re responsible for these adorable creatures.  They are on a mission to sell their Tassie Devils, and along the way help raise much-needed funds for the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal.

Doozie - Sorell Antiques
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Doozie looks in the antique shops in Sorell, Tasmania

Why Would You Buy a Doozie?

Three things happen when you buy a Tassie or a Doozie (or one of the other cousins in the collection)…

  • 10% of the proceeds go to the fund-raising campaign,
    and you get to feel good about your contribution;
  • of course you get an adorable addition to your collection of soft toys; and
  • you can take a picture of your Tasmanian devil and post on the
    Tasmanian Softies Facebook page (promoting your special region or place)
Doozie - Oatlands Handmade
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Doozie is sold at Oatlands Handmade: click image to read more!

Shopping in Tasmania?  Let Doozie Help!

Our Doozie has recently been on a Tasmanian shopping expedition, and I must say: she really does know how to pick all the good-quality gear!  She found some beautiful jewellery in Sorell; a set of cake tins in Richmond (perfect for all the Christmas baking I’m going to do); and then in Oatlands, she found some silk tulips that we simply could not live without!

Doozie - Richmond Tasmania
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Want to promote Richmond in Tasmania? Let Doozie help you!

Now THAT is a doozie of a deal, yeah?  If you want a piece of the action, check the details on our Tassie Devils page or buy Tasmanian Softies online via the Think Tasmania shop.  And then strap your new friend into the car for some fun around Tasmania.

Doozie - Gunns Plains, Tassie
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A cousin of Doozie: Tassie lives in Gunns Plains (Photos by Michelle Kneipp Pegler)

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