The fictional Mr. Toad in The Wind in the Willows resided in grand Toad Hall, complete with a banquet hall, boathouse, and stable. Most toads would be much happier with Jo-Anne and Gerald Warren's handmade stoneware sanctuary, designed to meet their real-life needs. Toads eat thousands of insects a day, so they're welcome guests in the garden. This toad house helps attract them by creating a cool, dark spot where they can hide from predators, escape the heat, and burrow into the earth. The pretty pansies are individually cut out of clay, and the petals are drawn on. Fired, glazed, and fired again, the house will last through many a harsh winter, ready again in spring to welcome your cute, warty, natural pest controllers. Handmade in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.