I've never understood why anyone thought Beanie Babies would somehow garner so much value when they were the big fad in the 90's. I think the only ones with any form of value are the factory rejects. And maybe the Princess Diana one. -shrugs-
Anyways, I love you for this Feli. I had a Pounce when I was collecting them in the golden age known as the 90's. In fact, I had every cat they made. Chip and Snip were my two bros, brought'em everywhere and on every vacation. xD
Dang girl, you keep outdoing yourself! You've been on one hell of a roll with these pets! What will ya think of next, neh? x3
My mom had all the bunnies too! I can't remember what we did with them. They sat in our secretary for the longest time.
Gasp! If you ever have a child, you'd better read to him/her "Guess How Much I Love You", and when older, "Watership Down". I'm hoping my soon-to-be-born nephew won't have an interest in sports (his daddy's hoping), and instead love animals, arts, and academics (hooray alliteration!). Asperger's runs in our family, so the likelihood is on the high side. xD
I'm still saving my beanie babies....I stopped counting at 500 though. When I first saw this I immediately remembered having my parents drive me to all the different McDonald's so I could get the teenie beanie babies when they came out. Aah, nostalgia ftw!
Ahh this is so perfect. I still have boxes in the attic full of beanie babies, and the cat beanie babies were always my favourites. You totally captured their floppiness, and their cute little faces. I love the colour choice, it looks like the beanie baby Pounce. Asdfghjkl I want one