The Pooka is a creature of Celtic folklore.
It is one of the myriad fairy folk, and, like many fairy folk, is both respected and feared by those who believe in it.
According to legend, the Pooka is a deft shape shifter, capable of
assuming a variety of terrifying or pleasing forms, and may appear as a
horse, rabbit, goat, goblin, or dog.
The Pooka has the power of human speech, and has been known to give
advice and lead people away from harm. Though the Pooka enjoys confusing
and often terrifying humans, it is considered to be benevolent.
You might say Pookas do not exist and that is probably right...
but the idea of an invisible friend, like a 6-foot rabbit called Harvey, is not so bad!
Well, I would say: Michael, Malcom, Matthew, Manfred, or Wanda, Wendy (male first name begining by M or female first name beginning by W). This is because the bukle is not on the same side for men and women.