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FurReal Pets and Friends

Updated on October 10, 2014

Furry Plush Electronic Toy Pets


Do we really ever out grow furry toy pets? I can see myself with one of these adorable toy pets. Realistic electronic soft fur animals. Toys have evolved since I was a child. A FurReal animal friend can do almost anything a real pet can do. Take Lulu the kitty, she opens and closes her eyes, moves her head, rolls on her back and will purr when she is happy. Lulu and all her friends come with adoption certificates. They can make a child of all ages happy for Christmas, a birthday or just to say, "I love you!"

The best thing about these furry pets is that they never have to be fed or cleaned up after. You will never see these in a pet shelter! Great for apartment living!

I’m easy to please. Put one of these on my wishlist.

FurReal Friends Lulu Kitty

FurReal Friends Lulu Kitty

FurReal Friends Lulu Kitty
FurReal Friends Lulu Kitty
Lulu is the size of an actual cat, though her mechanical body is much lighter in weight, and she even sheds--thankfully not as much as a real cat, and you don't ever have to worry about allergies. Everything about Lulu is amazingly realistic. Her soft white fur and adorable sounds make it hard not to pet her--especially when she rolls over for a tummy rub or cleans her face with her paw. Lulu has five convenient touch sensors located on her head, back and stomach. It seems that Lulu may also be able to detect motion or sound--when you walk by without touching her she will purr and meow "hello" at you. (To keep this from happening you can easily turn her off.)

Furreal Friends Luv Cub Panda

FurReal friends Luv Cub Panda
FurReal friends Luv Cub Panda
This adorable black and white panda bear loves to be held and makes "real" bear sounds to show his delight. Give him a bear hug and he'll give a hug right back! Luv Cub Panda loves to play peek-a-boo and will move his arms up to his face to cover his eyes. Luv Cub Panda comes complete with a bottle that he loves to slurp up, but be careful, if you feed him too much, he'll get the hiccups!

Furry or a Game

Out of the electronic toys, which one would you prefer?

FurReal Roll Over Pup Beagle

Fur Real Friends Tumbles My Roll Over Pup Beagle

Hasbro Fur Real Friends Tumbles My Roll Over Pup Beagle
Hasbro Fur Real Friends Tumbles My Roll Over Pup Beagle
This little lifelike pup is on a roll. This lovable beagle rolls over – and rolls back. Just give his tummy a rub and watch him squirm with delight, making realistic puppy noises to let you know that he’s never been happier. Pet your pup’s back to relax him. Keep petting his soft brown, black and white-colored “fur” and he’ll go right to ""sleep"". Give his left paw a squeeze and he’ll wiggle back and forth, responding to your touch. This sweet beagle buddy loves to snuggle too – simply hold him in your arms and pat his back and he’ll cuddle right up to you. Just like a real puppy, the more you play with him, the happier he’ll be. He even comes with an adoption certificate so you can be sure that he’ll be all yours forever. Puppy pet comes with adoption certificate.

Furreal Friends Cuddle Chimp

FurReal friends Cuddle Chimp
FurReal friends Cuddle Chimp
Electronic, interactive chimp toy really hugs you, claps his hands, makes slurping sounds when you feed him his bottle and giggles when you tickle his foot! Chimp toy comes with special adoption certificate and banana-shaped bottle accessory. Watch his facial expressions change and listen to him make realistic baby chimp sounds.

Hasbro FurReal Friends Smores Pony

Hasbro FurReal Friends Smores Pony

Hasbro FurReal Friends Smores Pony
Hasbro FurReal Friends Smores Pony
At over three feet tall, S'mores is more than strong enough to support a rider up to 100 pounds in weight. Your little girl or boy will be overjoyed to sit on S'mores back and pretend to go for a ride. Although she doesn't move her legs, Smores will bump up and down when her hindquarters are tapped, simulating the feeling of a real pony ride. She will also make clomping sounds with her hooves while riding. Your child's imagination will soar as she pictures herself out on the plains with S'mores.

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