I met this twerking, albino Raven named Pearl today. It is only one of four known albino Ravens in the whole world.
Pearl lives in this woman’s house. The handler has a permit, and the bird is property of the government (like hawks and falcons). She is affiliated with the California Wildlife Center. Every time the handler stopped petting Pearl she started cawing. She really likes affection.
The Fruitimals were our flagship designs and continue to be our most popular creations! Throughout our travels, fans have constantly requested that we make them in to plush toys!
Earlier this year we contacted Gann Memorials, a 15 year veteran in the plush manufacturing industry, to help us produce Orange Fox, Eggplantypus, and Cherry Octopus!
Each plush toy is made from a super soft vibrant minky fur, is a huggable 12 inches long, and features expertly embroidered details. Which makes these toys safe for children of all ages.
The prototypes have met our exacting standards and are fully approved. With your help we can give the go ahead and get these guys produced!
Unfortunately, plush production is a very expensive process. Funding this project is an undertaking that we hope our friends, fans, and the Kickstarter community can help us achieve. Reaching all our goals could mean great things for our little homegrown business. Every little bit helps!
You have no idea how much your support means to us! So, please donate and share if you can!<3<3
Much Love- Team Squid
Hey guys! My buddy, Nancy is starting her first kickstarter for her adorable plush series and needs your help. These guys are super adorable and all the backer awards for this project are great! Lets signal boost the heck out of this!
Raccoon dogs look very similar to raccoons but have no genetic similarities between them. They belong to belong to the Canidae family, which are known to have distinct dog and wolf like characteristics and appearance. These animals are both carnivorous and omnivorous mammals.
They are monogamous and will mate for life. It is only if the mate dies or is killed, will the other search for a new mate. Two mates will hibernate in one den. During this period they will maintain close body contact to keep each other warm and will groom each other as well. This is a trait not practiced by canines, as dogs neither hibernate and nor are they monogamous in nature.