were stuffed animals released by Fisher-Price in 1986. The
outside was a slick material and the inside was filled with a
low-weight material. There were lambs, mice, cows, elephants,
lions, cats, dogs, rabbits, birds, monkeys, rhinos, and many
more. Noah would have been proud. The Puffalumps were popular
enough to warrant a one episode, straight-to-video cartoon,
called The Wild Puffalumps (1987).
As the years
rolled on, Fisher-Price released different versions of the
Puffalumps, such as the Puffalump Pets, Baby Puffalumps, Wild
Puffalumps, Barnyard Puffalumps, etc. There were even holiday
themed Puffalumps for holidays like Valentine’s Day and
Christmas. There was a number of accessories that went along
with the Puffalumps, such as themed bedding, bags, books, etc.
In 2006, a re-boot of the line was attempted, but it was
short-lived due to lack of interest.