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The Teakettler is a legendary creature from American folklore with origins in lumberjack culture, specifically the lumber camps of Minnesota and Wisconsin.


Origin

The Teakettler belongs to a group of similar folklore creatures known collectively as Fearsome critters.


Etymology

The Teakettler gets its name from the sound it makes, which is akin to that of a boiling tea kettle.


Description

The Teakettler resembles a small stubby legged dog with the ears of a cat. It only walks backwards (by choice) and steam issues from its mouth as it makes its whistle.


Sightings

Only a few lumberjacks have seen one, as they are very shy, but if a boiling kettle is heard and nowhere to be found, it is sure that a Teakettler is nearby.


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