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Identifying a Stuffed Kitty

I received this orange tabby in 1997 for Christmas. My mom bought it at JC Penney and it was the last one there. I really want one for my daughter and have scoured the internet in search for her and have come up empty. She is 12 inches long from head to butt, her tail is 8 inches long and is not stuffed, with a white tip. Her feet are filled with beads, but her body is filled with stuffing. She has a realistic looking beaded nose, blue eyes, and clear long plastic whiskers. I remember the logo had a train on it, but the tag is now completely white. If anyone has any information on the company or her it would be immensely appreciated! I have attached pictures of her.
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November 6, 20180 found this helpful

This may be a long shot, but this eBay vendor has a 1997 JC Penney Christmas Catalog. Perhaps if you ask, he/she could tell you if the tabby is in the book and if so, it will have the info on who made it.

www.ebay.com/.../112828614132?rmvSB=true

Wishing you all the best in your search!!

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November 6, 20180 found this helpful

PS...is this him:
www.animalden.com/orange-tabby-cuddlekins-plush-animal...

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November 6, 20180 found this helpful

It could be manufactured by the Gund Company

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November 9, 20180 found this helpful

It looks just like a Gund cat. I had one just like that but it was grey and it most defo was Gund

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November 10, 20180 found this helpful

Sure is nice and clean to be this old.
I feel sure this exact cat is no longer made but you may be able to find an updated version.

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These links to current versions may be as close as you will find.
Doesn't your little kitten need a sister or brother??

www.animalden.com/oriole-tabby-cat-19-stuffed-plush...

This one has pink back toes:

www.animalden.com/orange-tabby-cuddlekins-plush-animal...

Here is a link to train logos (on toys) just in case you might recognize one:

www.google.com/search?q=toy+logo+with+train&client...

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