Duh Duh Duh Duh another one bites the dust ....
I was just chatting with my pal Teeny the other night on Twitter about how we had finally found some indestructible stuffies. I have all kinds of strong toys that last a long time but not really any stuffies. Mom read about HuggleHounds on a blog she reads occasionally and decided we would try some. After all, they were using a patent pending tuff toy process.
I had my HuggleHounds Octopus and Reindeer (it was on sale and I don't think they are just for Christmas) for a whole month and I was having fun and there wasn't the slightest hole.
Here are some of the pictures mom took of me with them.
I'm munching on the reindeer's ear and the octopus has rolled over
This is a good shot of the Octopus (well, the before shot anyway)
The very next night, I am not joking, mom comes home and is starting to relax. She picks up the octopus and there is a HOLE IN HIS HEAD!
You know what this means? I must be a ZOMBIE because apparently I like STUFFIE BRAINS.
BRAINS, BRAINS ....
Well mom does what she normally does to save a stuffie for a while. She removed all the stuffin' and let me have the Octopus back. Sadly the best squeaker went in the drawer. It's my favorite kind of squeaker, the one they wrap up with cotton around in plastic so it is real sounding squeak. It is a very well made toy though because all of the Octopus tentacles are still self contained with their knots and squeakers in tact. So, there is still lots of fun left in the ole' girl.
I probably shouldn't say anything but the reindeer is still fine .... for now.
These toys are really well made and it has been a long time that any stuffie lasted anywhere near this long so I give them two paws up! To give you an idea, here is a glimpse of the stuffie destruction I am responsible for. These are the toys that I am still allowed to play with. Many others have gone to their grave (put out of their misery). Teeny do you see the beaver? That is Justin2.