Comfy slippers and Environmental Help by Hector and Queen

Hector & Queen’s award winning organic wool felt slippers are beautifully handmade from compressed wool and finished with exquisite attention to detail.

Superbly made with the non-slip suede soles are cross-stitched on and the delicate animal features are carefully hand-sewn on which truly bring the little characters to life, keeping those tiny feet comfortable and fun to play with (at least RJ (my son) plays more with them and then he walks… I think he became so attached to the lions that he want to hug them first then wear them… toddler mysteries!).

Presented in a beautiful organic rope handled bag these adorable animal felt slippers make a perfect gift or keepsake!

This lovely range of slippers are designed in England by Hector & Queen, lovingly crafted in Nepal – empowering women and their families.

Hector & Queen feel incredibly passionate about the plight of these amazing animals and together with your help, we can all help support Tusk in achieving their wonderful work.

By purchasing a pair of their adorable handmade wildlife slippers, not only will you make your little one VERY happy, but Hector & Queen will donate 20% for every pair of slippers sold, to Tusk.

Since 1990, Tusk has and continues to play a fundamental role in initiating and funding conservation community development and environmental educational programmes across Africa. 

The conservation of wildlife remains its key objective to help protect threatened
species such as elephant, rhino, cheetah, chimpanzee and gorilla.

I loved this little lion so much that he became
my avatar in some Apps…have you checked?

So spread the word and support Tusk as much as possible – can you imagine
planet Earth without these beautiful animals?

For further information about Tusk please visit: or to view the full range of slippers please visit

Hector and Queen will definitely have our seal award!

What do you think? I love them!

Cheerio #happyfeet

Thank you to Hector and Queen
My Opinion is Honest and Unbiased

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