Pomsies are a loveable, fashionable, interactive plushy pet you can take anywhere! Simply wrap the long fuzzy tail around your wrist, hair or backpack and let the adventure begin!
Blossom, Patches, Boots and Snowball will tell you how they feel; whether they’re happy, sleepy, hungry or most importantly in need of a hug. Each pet has up to 50 reactions and colour changing eyes that light up and sparkle depending on their mood. They purr, they bop and they even have a special freeze dance mode to play with you and your friends.
The four Pomsies come in a variety of colours that enhance their bright eyes. They are so cute that you’ll be stroking and playing with them all day long.
The huggable Pomsies come with a brush to help you keep their ultra-soft fur in purrfect condition.
Keep your cute felines fed and happy for the ultimate cuddle companion. Great for imaginative play as well as providing comfort and developing emotions.
Available at Very, Smyths, Argos and Tesco RRP £14.99.
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