Flopsy Flufftail

Flopsy Flufftail

The funny ways of Flopsy Flufftail are funny indeed. Although nowhere near as topsy-turvy as her cousin, Harold Hare, Flopsy has a similarly creative mind when it comes to solving problems and is never afraid of getting her hands dirty – indeed, getting dirty is always part of the fun, whether it's diving into a muddy puddle or getting covered in glue. Somehow her friend Freda Fieldmouse always seems to be dragged into the light-hearted mayhem and the two always end up laughing.

Flopsy later appeared alongside cousin Harold in the pages of Harold Hare and Jack and Jill.

Appeared inHarold Hare's Own Paper (1959-64)
First Appearance14 November 1959
FormatComic strip in line & ink
ArtistHugh McNeill