ofcourseyoucanrepeatthepast asked: "Do you remember puppy in my pocket? I think that's what it was. They were rubber puppies and some of them were mother dog with new born puppies... I had a bunch of those. Mine had a hotel with and elevator they could ride in.
Also, I don't know if this was very popular... and I can't remember what they were called but I used to have this little tiny babies that would come in these little "house" or "hiding places" and they were like books, hamburgers, ice cream cones... I don't know... but I thought maybe you might know?"
I absolutely remember Puppy in my Pocket— I just came across a few in my closet! The babies sound really familiar, but I’m not sure. I’ve been looking through all of these 80s and 90s toy websites, so I will add that to my list of what to watch out for!!
I’ll never understand this newfangled need to use computers to make animal’s mouths move or anything else they do. This movie has more heart and emotion than any animal movie I’ve ever seen since— and there was no fancy technology at all. I think computers are making it so easy to produce amazing visuals, that the stories get totally lost.
o-em-g asked: "I wonder if you can find this little stuffed animal I had. I don't remember if it was a bear, dog, or bunny, but I'm pretty sure it had long ears with this weird papery shiney stuff lining the insides. And, If I remember correctly, it's fur was white in room tempurature, but when it got cold, it turned colors. I think it had a necklace too, maybe to put in the freezer and rub him with to make him cold. I hope I don't sound like a whacko, I was really REALLY young.
Oh, and the fur (I think..) Had little flecks of silveryness in it. Like a few strands of tinsel here or there."
haha of course you don’t sound like a wacko, that’s a pretty good description! I’ll search around and maybe some others can help you out while I look!