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"A toy mouse that can tickle me"

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Misty9 Tue 29-Nov-16 07:06:42

As requested by 2.5yr old dd. Any ideas??! I thought of the Gruffalo mouse but it doesn't do anything. Oh and it has to be Fluffy apparently, which counts out the little live pets series.

It's the only thing she's asked for...!

user1471461436 Tue 29-Nov-16 07:11:30

Could it be one of those long thin fluffy things on a string they used to sell loads of at the seaside? You make them look like theyre running up your arm

derektheladyhamster Tue 29-Nov-16 07:11:41

How about one of those animals that you pull a string and it jiggles around? I bought a Rudolph one for my cat in the pet section of wilkos!

PJBanana Tue 29-Nov-16 07:27:38

Search 'Little Live Pets mouse', they move when placed in the palm of your hand! You can get play sets for them too for about £20-30.

allegretto Tue 29-Nov-16 07:32:09

Maybe a finger puppet?

herecomesthsun Tue 29-Nov-16 07:54:41

hand puppet

Pinkkahori Tue 29-Nov-16 07:58:41

I'm not sure they will fit the description exactly but have a lot at Maileg mice. They are adorable.

JC23 Tue 29-Nov-16 08:00:55

Not helpful but this reminds me of when my son asked for "a real machine" with no further guidance given. They just set you up for failure!

Paffle Tue 29-Nov-16 08:07:13

My 4yo has asked Father Christmas for "tishoos" (among other things) this year. FC is feeling quite smug about that!

wobblywonderwoman Tue 29-Nov-16 08:17:17

I asked mine what he wanted from santa and he said 'party' ha ha

Hand puppet would be good

Misty9 Tue 29-Nov-16 08:20:02

Hand puppet is a good one as she likes those too. I did think about cat toys so may yet check those out!

I don't think it's anything she's seen, she just came up with it herself. Could have been worse I guess!

Northernlurker Tue 29-Nov-16 08:21:15

Moulin roty have some nice mice

herecomesthsun Thu 01-Dec-16 00:20:16

My 4 yo wants a Go Jetters jig saw that costs £3.99. So anything else would be a bonus, right?

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