North Pole City has a wide array of animal life. Many are polar in nature. Under the magical spell of the Christmas Spirit, most are sapient and self-aware with the gift of intelligent speech! They are also blessed with holy immortality! Nothing ever dies at North Pole City! As the Christmas Spirit is intertwined with the human collective consciousness these amazing animals sometimes utter pears of wisdom. Often channeling the subconscious mind of the nearest human. There are times animals make a revelation about something in a person’s mind that they didn’t realize was there. Even Santa gets some interesting advice at times.
- Buddy The Polar Bear – Our oldest animal resident at 807 years of age. He wandered into North Pole City in the year 1210 in the early stages of planning the Christmas Capital. He was a young cub who lost his mother to an arctic sea monster! Buddy is a gentle bear who loves horsing around with other animals or anyone who wants to have fun. He loves letting kids ride him about the village and snowy countryside as they giggle with glee. He’ll often cuddle up with visiting kids or elves when not sleeping in his own heated Bear Hut.
- Patty The Penguin – An abandoned penguin Santa found as a baby when visiting the South Pole several centuries ago.
- Petey The Groundhog – Lives in a hole in the ground near Frosty The Snowman’s Igloo. Every Groundhog Day he never sees his shadow because it’s pitch dark 24-7 on February 2nd at the North Pole. Spring always comes early at North Pole City! LOL!
- Polar Bunnies (Arctic Hares) – Several of these white fluffy bunnies exist here.
- Polar Horses