When we first discovered this strange creature, we though someone was trying to pull a prank on us. But we soon figured out that it's not a living teddy bear, but a bear cub that mimics a teddy. They don't have claws, they are that strong and they aren't very aggressive. It's not hard to see why they'd be eaten alive in the wild, but it uses its clever disguise to trick children into keeping it has a pet. This does benefit both the child and Slumbear. Slumber is protected by the child's house during the day, and at night, the Slumbear releases its mysterious powers to ward off scary monsters.
Slumbear >>>>>> Ursapice
Slumber + Bear
They aren't really stitched up. Those are just long, black hairs use to imitate stitches.
...I will see myself to the door.
oh god, that one hurt...
Also, I know Slumbear isn't really a creative name, but just look at Bewear.