Safia was a woman who lived near a taxidermist shop run by Fish Miller. She had at least two children. One day, when it was raining heavily, she stepped into the shop, where she admired the quality of the creations. Fish admitted that he had trouble with the eyes, which were all made of glass. The heavy dust in the shop started affecting her, making it difficult for her to breath, and started coughing. She asked for some water, which he refused, claiming it ruined the wool. He showed her a mirror, revealing that he had turned her into one of his creations, and that he had her children.
She appears in the story Wool.