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Last March, that’s right, I said March, we were chosen to host a The Happy’s party. We were sent a HUGE box of Happy’s that were all set and ready to be adopted into their furrever homes.
Then my mom got sick.
Then a flood occurred.
Then end of school and graduation parties took over.
And by the time it was all said and done, I was VERY VERY late in hosting my Happy’s Mom Party. Trying to figure out another date proved difficult and so this past weekend, knowing I would have a house full of kids for Ez’s birthday, to the delight of my daughter, I set the Happy’s free.
And a chorus of yips, ruffs and meows could be heard throughout the house.
Mommy Parties sent us all four of the Happy’s for our party: Mittens (the cat), Bentley, Chance and Sport. We also received the Chase and Play tennis ball. Plus each pet comes with it’s own “Happy Treat,” a remote that helps you teach your new pet fun tricks.
Oh the giggles that ensued as the little pups and one kitten took off in all directions, all over our house.
They are a lot of fun and super smart. If they get stuck in a corner (or behind the fridge) they somehow figure out how to roll backwards and get themselves unstuck. Plus they bounce off the walls and spin in circles. The directions say that you can unlock special tricks and that each remote can be used with any of the pets but I have yet to get my hands on long enough to test them out myself.
Lu immediately renamed them all and had them taking naps, eating out of pretend food bowls. She cracked me up because she kept losing them and she would talk to them like they were real pets. Check out this cute video of her trying to get them all to follow her directions:
Even though they are recommended for ages 3+, Ez had a blast chasing them all over the living room. He would giggle uncontrollably when he eventually caught one. Plus they are very deaf friendly as they don’t need any kind of voice commands and while they do make noise, it isn’t imperative to their use.
If this ^^^ picture doesn’t make you just want to run out and by your own litter today then check out Ez’s video.
The Happy’s are available now and make the purrfect pet for your little one. Adopt one (or 4) today!
After two full days of getting to play with them herself, Lu decided to make Mittens her own and after an extensive homestudy and application process, the other Happy’s have found their furrever homes with friends.
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