Post by nararabbit on Sept 1, 2012 17:47:07 GMT -5
I keep calling this cat Inkblot and Inkpot. Either one of those would be cuter!
This cat is okay, (s)he's very soft, more stuffed animal like than the other AG pets that are hard. Those seams though, it makes for a bigger cat - Inkspot is more the size of a dog than a cat! Or possibly a very fat cat. If you have Licorice, the two are very similar so you don't have to have both unless you're completist. I also like that he has the "real" eyes instead of those incredibly creepy embroidered eyes (a la Rebecca's kittens.)
Post by irishnurse68 on Sept 2, 2012 16:54:59 GMT -5
Oh, Inkpot, where did AG go wrong with you?! First of all, let me say that he is very soft and I appreciate that, unlike those darn hard bodied wanna-be pets. But there the positive ends. Inkpot does have real eyes...perpetually widened, surprised, demonically possessed looking eyes. His overall look to me is just cheap. And what is up with those string whiskers that just want to flop down instead of standing out?! I am keeping him, only because Caroline is very attached to him. But I secretly think he was an extra in the movie Pet Cemetery. D
My girls: Bexley Fern (Saige), Caroline, Kit, Molly (pm), Lilo (pm #11), Bei (pm #4), Haddix (pm original #6) Felicity (pm), Emmalina (Gotz), Bitty Becca (custom bitty twin), Kaya
DD: Elizabeth (custom), Rebecca, and first edition Josefina!
I like Inkpot a lot. He is very cuddly, and I like that he has real eyes versus embroidered. He is my first AG pet cat, and I am very pleased with him. I only will give him an A- because of the floppy thread whiskers.
I love him. I think he is cute and he is so soft. The whiskers don't bother me and I love the expression on his face. My Charley (Caroline) loves him and he is a great addition to her world. He is so much nicer than the hard as rocks AG pets. I give him an A
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Post by miniartchik on Sept 8, 2012 17:12:37 GMT -5
This is my first AG pet as well- I love his name. I think it is clever for the era he is from, if not a bit obvious- still very cute. The actual pet is okay. He is bigger than what I expected and I haven't been able to get Annabelle to hold him and take a picture but that is my fault.
He does look a little creepy but since I love this historical, I wanted the cat. I'd give him an A- overall but I love him personally.
Charlotte and her friends wish everyone a Happy Valentine's Day!
My Girls: Finley (Felicity), Marianne (#23), Clara (#48), Penelope (#24), Charlotte (#55), Jessamyn (Jess), Max (fka Samantha), Annabelle (Caroline), Olivia (custom MG), Eleanor (Cécile), Hannah (Rebecca)
Inkpot, or as I call him, TeeTee, is very well made soft pet. Having read the reviews I asked a fellow board member to pick one out for me and she and her daughter did a terrific job. I only have good things to say about him. TeeTee has a definite tilt to the right which makes him seem to rub against his owner's leg just like a real cat. I credit his large size to a Maine Coon cat somewhere in his history.
Post by sharayahlynn on Sept 30, 2012 21:24:43 GMT -5
I've never been much of a cat person (only because I'm allergic to real cats), but Inkpot makes me wish that I could have my own kitty. I looked through quite a few until I found one that I liked. Mine has a very cute face and pretty green eyes. He is very soft, and Caroline loves him. He apparently loves her, too, because he hasn't left her side since we got home. Grade: A+
Post by Southernpearls on Nov 21, 2012 17:36:52 GMT -5
My daughter bought Inkpot, the kittie is super adorable, sweet looking and nice quality . The cat looked great, with Caroline dressed in the new Halloween outfit my daughter bought, along with Inkpot. I give Inkpot an A.
It takes several boxes to find a cute one, but I finally did. He's a little large, but completely adorable. I love his soft, squish-able body A- for the difficultly in finding one that didn't look evil or have messed-up eyes.