I honestly don’t know if this is a Pokémon EEVEE bootleg or not. It’s very well made. I’ve got to know since I’ve bought one for myself. The pose is nice and the toy isn’t poisionous.
The reason why I think this is actually a bootleg toy is that it’s being sold all over Ebay from various sellers who don’t have anything to do with Pokémon and they are increasing in value, apparently. I don’t know who originally sold them though, but the first time I saw them was with a photo of a woman holding one of these dolls in a living room like background and it sold a lot of them for a sort of affordable price.
When I took my Eevee out of the bag it came in it didn’t have anything. No package, no Pokémon or Nintendo tag somewhere or even the little white sheet that’s usually attached to dolls. (You can see it missing on the provided photos.)
Overall, this is actually a decently made bootleg and if you have the chance, buy it. I’ve tested it myself and I still love it. The only real flaw is the sewing isn’t too clean and the fuzzy neck fur needs to be brushed or something to stay nice. (It will lose hair a lot too.), but otherwise it’s a great cuddle-buddy.
Leafeon sure is looking yellow today.
Taken at a local Slackers. They have the best figurines. (I’ve seen the green-eyed Axew and the derpy Timburr, both of which made it to this blog!)
these pokemon cards are great i swear
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Snorlax bootleg. I actually really like it; I’m glad I bought it. Official snorlax dolls don’t tend to be as big as this one (about 12 inches) and the tag is covered in weird shapes instead of a pokemon logo.