Have you seen The Happy’s? The Happy’s are the newest plush, motorized toys from Cepia, the makers of popular Zhu Zhu Pets. We were sent a few of these adorable animals to host a party for our friends. Our party kit also included supplies to make animal ears headbands, too. All the girls had such a fun time deciding on what animal they wanted to be and creating their animal ears headbands.
How cute are they showing off their inner animals inspired by The Happy’s!
We received Bentley, Chance, Sport, and Mittens and they were all soft and cuddly. Each one came with it’s own interactive Happy Treat remote control. When you aim the remote at the Happy’s pet and press the button, the pet will do whatever trick is written on the remote control such as beg, chase it’s tail, and wiggle. Each Happy Treat remote control works with all of the other Happy’s pets so we learned quickly that the kids had to spread out a little or take turns aiming their remotes at the pets or their remotes would start to control their friends’ pets if they got too close.
When you aim your Happy Treat remote control at your pet and walk away it will follow you like a real pet. The more Happy Treats remote controls you have, the more tricks your pet can do. The kids had so much fun making their pets do tricks and follow them around the house. They especially liked having races across the room with their Happy’s Pets.
We also received The Happy’s Chase and Play Ball. When the ball is turned on any Happy’s Pet that is near it will start to follow it and chase the ball. It was so cute watching one pet run across the room pushing the ball but when more then one pet was chasing the ball is when the real excitement began. The Happy’s and their accessories are sure to be a hit with your kids.
Make sure to check out these fun videos:
Meet The Happy’s TV Commercial
Wiggle N Woof Music Video
The Happy’s dance, director’s cut
Check out The Happy’s Website for more information and fun games!
Disclosure: We received the party kit as part of a promotional program with Cepia and MomSelect but all opinions are 100% my own.