Sep 052011
 
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plush red squirrel with a nut

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Plush Animals Features

** Plush Red Squirrel
** Redish Tan Body, Head and Tail
** Made by Hansa
** 8.5 inches Tall

In Soviet Russia, nuts hunt you (assuming you’re a squirrel). Ahem, okay, we’re done with that old joke. But our comrade the Red Squirrel sure isn’t. You see, he is positively bonkers for legumes. Or rather, he’s nuts for nuts. Okay, so that’s not entirely accurate – nuts and legumes aren’t quite the same thing. Just work with us here, okay?

Hansa brings their not inconsiderable skill and devotion in the art of toy making right up to the front of the class with this delightful 8 ½ inch tall plush red squirrel. Now, if you’ve never seen a red squirrel, except for maybe on the television, don’t feel bad. They’re from Eurasia originally, which encompasses almost everything from Ireland and England to Eastern Russia, including all or a majority of Europe and parts of China.  The red squirrel looks a lot like its American cousin, though it is slightly smaller than the grey squirrel, and its coat can change color depending on the time of year. Hansa offers a unique opportunity to bring this lovable plush animal friend home (in Soviet Russia, squirrel brings you home). Excuse us, the writer who insisted on using that joke has been sacked. (In Soviet Russia, joke sacks you). Again, we apologize. The writer who sacked the writer who insisted on using that joke has also been sacked. And now we return to our regularly scheduled squirrel.

Hansa makes it worth your whilewhen they release a stuffed toy, they do so in small lots, which means that even if the toy isn’t 100% unique, the care and detail that goes into each one is head and shoulders above the mass produced stuffed animals elsewhere on the market. So what have you got to lose?

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