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Pocket Fuzzies are so Cute



Hi Neighbors!

Recently we went to Chicago for ChiTag, the Chicago Toy and Game Fair.  We had so much fun!  One of the very first booths I visited was that of the Pocket Fuzzies!  They are adorable.  They are not only cute, they are educational.  Each one is an animal that actually exists, like a Binturong, Linsang or Tarsier.

Look how cute their mascot the Tarsier at ChiTag looked!



Then I received my cute little Siau Island Tarsier.  He came in a special bag.  He rides in his special little pouch that has a loop on the back so he can hang on a hook.  His pouch is soft, just like he is.  He has huge, green eyes and a cute little nose.  The tag attached to his ear tells a little bit about a Siau Island Tarsier, where they are from, what they eat and their size.  Included is a little fact, like that Tarsiers can turn their heads 180 degrees.

Wouldn't you love one of these little guys?  I am sure I know several children who would love to find one of these adorable animals as a gift.  Imagine their faces!



You can purchase Pocket Fuzzies on their website only right now.  Prices are:
The Tarsier comes with a pocket and a booklet and the price is $12.00 + shipping.  The other 4 animals only come with a pocket and the price for each is $11.00 + shipping.







Be sure to follow Pocket Fuzzies on their Twitter page HERE.  Give them a tweet and tell them you found them 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 from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Comments

A. Smith said…
Haha, my daughter would love one of these! The bag is super cute too.
These are to cute. I want one. You need to talk them into doing a giveaway.
Angela Saver said…
These are just adorable! My niece & nephews would love these. They are really priced reasonably! Thanks for sharing these.

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