Elephant squirts water out of its ear when squeezed, Panda holds bamboo and raises it toward head to "eat" when head is pushed, The bear, Leopard bats coconut when head is pushed and bird flaps wings when head is pressed.
Penguins have ball bearings on bottom allowing them to "slide" down the iceberg and seal flaps flippers when snowball on its nose is turned. Nursery Pets Baby Tiger — Baby tiger and a baby cockatoo, with a zoo enclosure, food bowl, and ball-on-string.
Tiger shares a mould and gimmick with the jungle bunch leopard. Baby Chimp — Baby chimp, with a zoo enclosure with hammock, baby's bottle, nappies, doll, and blanket. Playful Ponies Arabian Prancers — One black rearing pony, one standing grey. Shy Shetlands — Shetland ponies, mummy and baby.
Indian Ponies — Two ponies, one cream, one brown. Comes with an apple Wilderness Pets Baby Bobcat — Baby bobcat, cave, food bowl, and toy mouse on string of pink. Desert Parakeet Same as below, Blue not grey.
Fearless Falcon — Tan falcon, purple bowl of grey food, desert terrain in enclosure with blue lid. Baby Calf — Tail swishes when head petted Baby Lamb — Woolly coat comes off Zoo Playset Playset — Beige carry case, that folds open with two internal trees, Two bright green leaf canopies; one fits on top of each tree trunk, Purple chest, accessories in yellow, aqua, or bright pink: McDonald's Happy Meal — included fantasy creatures, such as a unicorn and a dragon.
Television Series — featuring the characters from the animated LPS stories. Kenner Parker was acquired by Tonka in Under Tonka management, Kenner Products was reconstituted as a division. Tonka including Kenner was purchased by the toy company Hasbro in mid Hasbro closed the Cincinnati offices of Kenner in , and Kenner's product lines were merged into Hasbro's. Stuffed versions of Littlest Pet Shop toys Generation One[ edit ] The Littlest Pet Shop toy line had molds that looked cartoon-like compared to the earlier incarnation of the franchise, had realistic colors and could be blended in.
They had bobble-heads except for the fish and they came with a round pink magnet with a paw pressed on it which wat located on their paws versions.
Some pets were fuzzy. Later ones had a smaller blue magnet with no paw which didn't have a specified location on the bottom.
The Littlest Pet Shop "numbers" for the Generation 1 were 1— Generation Two[ edit ] The eyes changed to a glossy polish rather than a matte polish in G1. These pets have symbols in their eyes that meant something, such as a snowflake chilliest , diamond fanciest , cookie with a bite hungriest , raindrop sportiest , flower cuddliest , and a wind symbol on some Comic Con-exclusive pets.
They also came in brighter colors.
Stuffed versions of Littlest Pet Shop toys Generation One[ edit ] The Littlest Pet Shop toy line had molds that looked cartoon-like compared to the earlier incarnation of the franchise, had realistic colors and could be blended in. My little one liked this bed set with the little animal figures, and I told him lots of stories about jungle animals.
Latest ones didn't have a magnet but a hexagon hole except for birds with a rectangular slot for them to perch on playsets. C marking showed up except for on birds.
The most recent released did not have the eye symbols, and had a redesign of the logo. The numbers for Generation 2 were Generation Three[ edit ] LPS stylized violet marking appeared.
It is the most hated generation, as most fans have described it as 'creepy looking' and 'demonic'.
These pets did not last for a long time. Later, they added the Sweetest Pets series, with pets themed after sweets, introduced the Rolleroos, pet friends that are shaped like a ball, pets that came with Blythe , and the Fairies series. The numbers for Generation 3 is — The pets now had a different mold and a new eye style.
Hasbro reissued the Totally Talented set from G1, and Blythe was also given a makeover. The numbers for Generation 4 are — Hasbro made the Bobble—in—style, it included pets from the TV show and made it look like the pets from — But it was also short-lived as the bobble-head style got retired in mid Generation Four[ edit ] These pets have molds that more closely resemble the style of the TV show.
The pets were now given names.
Please include a fitted sheet. Tonka including Kenner was purchased by the toy company Hasbro in mid Comes with an apple Wilderness Pets Baby Bobcat — Baby bobcat, cave, food bowl, and toy mouse on string of pink.
Hasbro released Pets Pawsabilities during this time, and in , the Pets in the City which more closely resembles the pets released in G2. A World of our Own , and the pets included in the show also had eyes like the G2 pets.
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