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Jellycat Dingle Kitten

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      06.08.2009 13:16
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      a dangly jangly cat

      Jellycat dingle cat is a soft toy with a rattle element that I bought for our son before he was born and is still used and cuddled and played with today when he is 18 months old.

      This is a product from the Jellycat company and its part of their sub range for babies and young children called Jellykitten. The company was, established in London in 1999, and is now one of the world's leading luxury soft toy companies and has a great reputation for producing well made toys.


      What is it
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      This colorful cat he has a cream body and face which is made of a lovely soft fluffy material. He comes with comes with a Velcro-secured hook on the back of his neck, for you to dangle him within reach of your little one. Each leg has a bell in part of the leg joint so it is this is an extremely jingly Dingle Cat! The different arms and legs and paws are all made of different colours and material to the body aiming to give the baby a different experience as they touch the Dingle Cat. he has a jaunty blue checked neckerchief which i think makes him a cute little fellow. There is a wooden bead on each arm that can be moved up and down The paint on the beads is child safe in case your little one tries to chew it. His friendly face is all sewed so again totally child safe no bits that can fall of and be a choking hazard.


      What I think
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      What we used to do initially was hang him from the baby gym and the pram for my son to focus on and as he gradually became aware of his hands and arms he would often try to knock and bat at Dingle. Because he was lower than the normal toys on the baby gym and bigger it made it easier for him to do this. Once he moved into his cot from the mosses basket he was attached to one of the cot sides so when he wakes up then is something to play with. Initially he would just bash at it but he still loves playing with this in morning when he wakes up. He generally now will try to kick at it with his feet and then he will pull Dingle off and throw him around the cot making plenty of noise to get our attention.

      What my son thinks
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      He loves Dingle cat and often used to cuddle and rattle him to get him to make the various noises. He often still gives Dingle a cuddle in the morning but being a boisterous young fellow he also gives him a good wrestling match too!

      Would I recommend it
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      In a word Yes it is a lovely soft toy that is suitable from birth and still is played with and cuddled now 18 months later so I think we have definitely had our moneys worth from it. It is well made and shows no signs of wear and tear despite daily plays.

      Where from
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      I bought ours at a local toy shop in York but you can buy it from Amazon for £12.99

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    • Product Details

      A soft kitten with velcro strap to hang from buggy or cot to amuse baby with its various textures and jingly sounds.