Fraser was born in Scotland and decided to come down to London to visit with Buttons.
He made the journey with a little assistance from my friend Sharon and he has now climbed out his bag and has already settled down as part of Button's gang with special responsibility for poetic entertainments which seem to takes the form of lengthy recitations from the works of William Topaz McGonagall as a result of which Buttons already has 'The Tay Bridge Disaster' by heart!
Looking at Fraser reminds me of what Christopher (Robin) Milne, sometime friend of Winnie-the-Pooh, wrote about bears...
A row of teddy bears sitting in a toy shop: all one size, all one price. Yet how different each is from the next.
Some look gay, some look sad. Some look standoffish, some look lovable. And one in particular, that one over there, has a specially endearing expression.
Yes, that is the one we would like please.
[Image: Winnie-the-Pooh by E H Shepard]