I am posting this today because I hope to help a fellow blogger.
Most of you will know Musume and her blog Mydollyadventures anyway, but in case you don’t: She has been doing about 70 interviews over the years, interviews with all kinds of creative people in the hobby.
I am sure a lot of time and effort went into this, and she has been providing background information and insight you wouldn’t normally find anywhere else. This is high quality content, and I always found the interviews very interesting. Personally, I love to know more about the artists who create the dolls, and I have discovered artists I didn’t know before reading Musume’s interviews. And that’s why I hope I can give something back and try to support her.
So what’s this all about?
Musume is going to move from Argentinia to Australia to start a new life and a new job. But she doesn’t want to leave her cat behind. I can fully relate to this, being a cat owner myself. I would hate to part with mine, and her’s even looks a bit like my cat.
That’s her cat :). Isn’t he beautiful?
But moving an animal to another country is quite expensive. Vet costs for all the necessary vaccinations, quarantine and the flight box/care don’t come cheap, and even though Musume sold her favorite doll Coco it’s still not enough to cover all costs.
And that’s how we can help:
Musume has a support page on a creators support network called ‘buy me a coffee’.
If you want to support her by donating something to help her with moving her cat, please buy her a coffee!
Here is the link https://ko-fi.com/musume
It’s quite easy, you don’t need a log in, the buy button directs you to your choice of payment (most likely paypal), and you can buy a virtual coffee.
So if you have been reading and enjoying one of the interviews she posted on her blog, it would be great if you would support Musume. I think it’s great if people spend time and effort on doing something for the dolly community, and it’s good to have a chance to give something back. The girl deserves it, cat or no cat!
And she has some patterns on offer in case you want to sew something for your doll: