Take a look at all the dolls for Clawdeen Wolf – the daughter of The Werewolf – below:
About Clawdeen Wolf
I am the daughter of the Werewolf. Wolves can be beautiful, sleek and sneaky. That’s all that I am, can’t describe me in a better way than that.
As all beautiful girls do, I love to dress myself up. I mean, if I can’t do even that, then what’s the use of being beautiful. I wear only those dresses that make me even more beautiful and lovable than I already am. That doesn’t make me stuck up, right? I cannot tolerate nonsense. Such things irritate me no end. I am gorgeous and this gives a feeling of being intimidating to those who are around me. That’s insecurity I guess!
Clawdeen’s Fatal Flaw:
I have such beautiful hair but would have loved it even more if it stayed exclusively on my head. It grows on my arms and legs, so I have to shave it a little more often. I guess it’s because I’m from the werewolf family. Shaving is an irritating job, but a very small price to pay for looking awesome.
Gold. The color Gold, the only thing that I and Cleo De Nile seem to agree upon! I love steak as well and being beautiful makes me a hit with the guys and I love flirting with them. Who said flirting isn’t a hobby?
I also love my pet kitten Crescent, a cute little kitten, he’s as cuddly and furry as I am!
I am really angry with the fact that my parents have put all my brothers and sisters in the same school and at the same time as well. They are a really embarrassing lot and they really know what turns me off and that makes them even more annoying. They’re nearly as annoying as Cleo De Nile who I just don’t get along with that well.
Gym: I mean, why can’t they allow me to hit the gym with my platform heels? If I can manage, why can’t they simply allow me. Can’t understand it!!
What makes me go to School?
Economics. The reason? I want to build my own fashion company and everyone tells me that the more you know about economics, the better that you would be at business. It would be amazing if everyone was wearing my fashion clothes when I’m older.