Did you ever wonder where imaginary friends go after you don’t think about them anymore? Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends is a cartoon series dedicated to all those make-believe friends who are not wanted by their creators anymore. There is a full array of interesting characters in the cartoon series, such as Mac, Bloo, Eduardo, Wilt, Frankie or Madam Foster herself.
The characters in Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends
Blooregard Q. Kazoo – Mac’s imaginary friend had to seek shelter at Foster’s home of imaginary friends, as Mac’s mom thinks her son is too old to have a make-believe friend.
Mac – Bloo and Mac are great friends, and Mac prefers to spend his time at Foster’s Home rather then to be bullied around by his older brother.
Wilt – while he is not exactly the “perfect” imaginary friend, Wilt’s personality and cheerful nature are almost contagious.
Eduardo – one of the scariest members of Foster’s home of imaginary friends, Eduardo may look tough but he is terrified by anything that comes to sight.
Coco – this is one strange bird. Coco doesn’t talk, but he makes things interesting by laying colorful eggs that hold all sorts of surprises.
Frankie – she is more of a big sister to the imaginary friends then a house organizer. Frankie is Madame Foster’s granddaughter and she is a good friend to everyone.
Duchess – Royal Duchess Diamond Persnickety is one of the most annoying inhabitants of Foster‘s home of imaginary friends. Her unreasonable demands drive the other imaginary friends crazy.
Terrence – Mac’s older brother will stop at nothing to navigate the fun Mac is having with Bloo.
Mr. Herriman – imagined by Madame Foster as a kid, Mr. Herriman is a dignified imaginary rabbit that expects perfection from everyone residing in Foster’s home of imaginary friends. Madame Foster – she is the soul of the home and loves each and every one of the imaginary friends to the maximum. In return, she also receives their unconditioned love. Madame Foster has the presence of a sweet and caring lady.