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Pocket Fuzzies Visit Again!

Hey neighbors,

Remember the Pocket Fuzzies I wrote about a short time ago?  I met them in Chicago at ChiTag.  Well, they are visiting At the Fence again!  I am so excited to share that they would like one of my neighbors to take one of them home!  One neighbor will get their choice of a Pocket Fuzzies to call their own.  Please be sure to go back and read the first review HERE.

Which one would you choose?  My personal favorite is the Tarsier, but I might be a little prejudiced since I have one living at my home.  He is so soft and adorable.  He has his own personal pocket to sleep in, but he often will end up in someone's bed.  The pocket is convenient for traveling too.  It keeps him in a nice safe place and he doesn't get dirty.

Each of the Pocket Fuzzies is based on a real live animal.  Imagine your child's surprise to receive a Linsang, Emperor Tamarin, Malayan Tapir, or a Greater Slow Loris.  Or a Tarsier, as there are more than one!  I am sure your child, or maybe even you would enjoy one of these cute plush animals.  Be sure to encourage your child to do a little reading up about the real version of the Pocket Fuzzies they receive. You can purchase any one of these Pocket Fuzzies on their website for $11.00 plus shipping.  Very reasonable.

Be sure to follow the Pocket Fuzzies on their Facebook page - HERE - and on Twitter - HERE - so you will know when more types of Pocket Fuzzies arrive.  You will also enjoy some of the information they share about these animals.

I am so excited that Pocket Fuzzies is allowing us to do this giveaway.  Please remember that your Fuzzie will not arrive in time for the holiday.

Be sure to enter this giveaway and take time to share about Pocket Fuzzies with your friends.  Thank you for stopping by today.  I will see you soon, At the Fence!

Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this review.  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.

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Darlene said…
I would choose the Emperor Tamarin
Alina Hahn said…
Malayan Tapir is so cute - I would get this one I think.
Unknown said…
I think that we like the Emperor Tamarin, who lives in countries like Brazil, Peru and Bolivia, and he could live in our pockets here in Okalahoma
Audra O'Hara said…
I would pick the Emperor Tamarin; my daughter would think that was great with the mustache.
pmj said…
Tarslier is so cute with the big eyes. On their website they all look cute!
Angela Saver said…
I would choose Linsang! So darn cute!
Unknown said…
We really like the Tarsier! Cute
karenmed409 said…
If I won I would choose the cute little Tarsier!

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