The last week saw Holly the bunny joining our household – as if two dogs aren’t enough.:)
I was sceptical about a bunny but the children love her and we are slowly getting used to the mini zoo in our house.
Holly joined us and though she seemed a bit afraid of the dogs, they soon became good friends and played together.
We think Holly missed her family today as she stayed in a corner and didn’t seem to want to play at all. We gave her plenty of cuddles though.
Today we leftHolly with Cuddles and Fluffy and went shopping. She was waiting for us as soon as we opened the door and started hopping with glee.
We had an aunt over today and Holly was really pleased to see her but our aunt is not too happy with anything furry so we had to keep Holly,Cuddles and Fluffy out of sight. Holly was not at all happy at being confined.
Holly enjoys eating carrots so we bought her some nice, fresh carrots from the supermarket. I think she ate too much as after eating she promptly fell asleep.
Looks like it’s not been Holly’s week. While we were tidying up she managed to hop into the cupboard without us seeing her. Luckily we heard her scratching on the door and we took her out soon.
Holly went on the school run and the children at school thought she was fantastic. Many of them came to stroke her and I do think she enjoyed herself basking in all the pampering.
Holly is a part of our #adoptananimagic month and is an adorable little rabbit with a blue collar that has carrots printed on it. Connect Holly’s lead and she hops forward and also sniffs around while making sniffing noises. Her lead also lights up.
You can also connect Fluffy’s lead so that they can go walking together.
Holly requires AAA batteries so make sure you have them ready to avoid disappointment. Holly goes Hopping is from the animagic range by Vivid toys.
We are enjoying playing with them so far and are sure that any child would love having animals from this range, of their own to love.
Disclosure: We were sent the above toy to review. All ideas and opinions are my own.