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HABA Lilli and Friends Cat Lucy

Hey neighbors!

Here is a GREAT new addition to the HABA line from Lilli and Friends.  It is Cat Lucy.  She is adorable.  She comes with her own little cat bed and a mouse to play with.  Your little one can have their own kitten to play with. Also available is a Hound Leo.  They are available for $20 each.

The little kitten is extremely soft and is perfect for young hands.  Recommended for ages 1 1/2 and older.  Your little one can choose their favorite pet, either a cat or a dog and then let their imagination go.  With Lucy she can be taking a cat nap in her bed when the scampering little mouse appears inviting her to play.  Or maybe it is her toy mouse that she plays with.  I am sure your child will get creative.

If your child is still too young for Cat Lucy, you can always set her on display on a dresser or changing table until you youngster is old enough to actually play with Lucy.  She will make a colorful addition to any child's room.

About HABA:
HABA products can be found nationwide at over 1,000 U.S. specialty retail stores and in specialty catalogs and websites.  Many of its products have been recognized with German and American awards including Parents’ Choice Foundation, National Parenting Center, Creative Child, and Dr. Toy.  HABA received Best Toys of the Year recognition from the TODAY Show Toy Test and has been featured in national magazines such as American Baby, Baby Talk, Fit Pregnancy, Parenting, Parents and Working Mother

The really GREAT news is, one neighbor will receive their choice of either Lucy or Leo.  Take a minute to enter, and then be sure to tell others!  Thanks for stopping by.

See you soon, At the Fence!

Disclosure;I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken directly from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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heymissvirginia said…
I would choose Leo. My grand daughter loves puppies!
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Vunda Vall said…
i love the leo puppy! super cute
Darlene said…
I would love Leo
Unknown said…
Leo is my fave.
Unknown said…
We are cat people her would love Lucy..
Janet W. said…
I would choose Hound Leo!
Realia Mazing said…
i like the puppy leo
I would choose Leo, thank you!
Unknown said…
my girls would love leo.
cstironkat said…
I would like Leo because Lydia loves dogs.
Unknown said…
I would let my daughter choose but I think she would like Lucy.
Nancy said…
If I won, I'd like Lucy the Cat.

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ShellyH said…
Hi Lori

We would love to have LUCY!!! Adorable!
Amy Orvin said…
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degood said…
I would choose lucy
Colleen Maurina said…
I would choose Hound Leo!
rubynreba said…
We would pick Cat Lucy.
Shelley P said…
I'd pick Hound Leo : ) but both are so adorable!
Cassie Eastman said…
I would choose Lucy, my daughter loves cats but the husband does not :)
I think my son would love Leo!

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