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You can collect Plushie toys for your pet to play with and to make it happier.

Like stuffed animals in real life, many of the plushies look like Neopian species. Some examples are Green Hissi Plushie, Blue Peophin Squishy Plushie or Blue Kacheek Plushie. There are also NeoQuest plushies, such as Jahbal and Faleinn.

There are many, many different plushies:

Flower Plushies

Blue Fan Flowers Plushie and Pebeanjay Flowers Plushie

Petpet Plushies

Dung Meepit and Snow Yooyu Plushies

TNT Plushies

Poptart and Number Six Plushies

Handmade Neopians

Handmade TaeliaCoconut Shy Quiggle, Island Mystic, and Brightvale Glaziers Plushies

Deserted Fairground Plushies (ripped apart or sewn together with other plushies)

Jubusul, Scorcie, Koibat, Quigquig, Kougrachio, Space Blumfaerie, Usulbat, Sloth Faerie, Von Kougra and Headless Von Roo Plushies

Plushie Avatars

  • If you have a Koi Plushie in your inventory (magical or not), and you view the look-up of any painted Koi here you will get the [Koi - Spotted] Avatar
  • If you have any Scorchio Plushie (magical or not) in your inventory and visit here you will get the [Scorchio - Scordrax] Avatar
  • If you have a Zafara Double Agent Plushie (approx 3,500,000NP) in your inventory and type "Zafara Double Agent" in the bottom search bar you will get the [Zafara - Double Agent] Avatar
  • If you donate any item with the word "plushie" (cheapest is Headless Von Roo Plushie for 1np) to the money tree via the pop-up window not quick stock, you will receive the [Plushie!] Avatar
  • If you have a Malevolent Sentient Poogle Plushie (approx 200,000,000NP - yes 200 million NP) and you view your inventory you will get the [MSPP] Avatar
  • If you reply to any NeoBoard with the text "squawk" with no HTML, or anything else you will receive the [Plushie Eyrie] Avatar

Real-World Plushies

Real-World Plushies

There are many different real-life plushies. Some were sold at Limited Too but were discontinued in 2008. After the line of Limited Too plushies were no longer sold, a new line of real-life plushies came out, called Key Quest, which had codes to enter online.