As a child, do you remember what your favorite toy was? It doesn’t matter whether it was an old stuffed bear that you dragged around with you everywhere, a toy doll, or an action figure – that was your favorite toy and it was something that you loved more than anything else you had in your room. At the time though, you probably didn’t realize just how much of an influence it had on your education and helped you improve your skills and abilities you need in life. There are many amazing toys in your child’s toy box, and one of them might just be the Zoomer Hungry Bunnies, Shreddy and Chewy.
These interactive robotic rabbits are packed full of fun activities. There’s sensors on the head and what I find really cute is that when you tickle their tummy, they will giggle (that is definitely going to make your child laugh). When you push their nose, you’ll get different responses.
Zoomer Hungry Bunnies have up to 85 different sounds and interactions that will keep your child for awhile. She can also sing songs and play games with the little ones.
All of that sounds very exciting, right? Well, the most exciting thing about this toy is the fact that, as the name suggests, she is a hungry bunny …a very hungry bunny. So, in order to keep her happy, you will need to keep her fed.
Feeding the Zoomer Hungry Bunnies
Of course, Shreddy and Chewy don’t eat real food – it comes with 80 different toy treats. Your little ones will act as if it’s real food, which will help with the imagination. In order to feed the bunny, take one of the treats and put it up to her mouth. When you hold the little finger treat up to her mouth, she will chew and eat, while making cute little sounds. It’s really cute to watch her as she eats, and when she gets full, she will start to sing a little rainbow happy song.
To add some humor to the toy, the bunny also poops …it’s cute little magical poop.
Ever since the Zoomer puppy first emerged, my little ones have been major Zoomer fans. If you have a little girl, she would definitely like the Zoomer Hungry Bunny. The best thing about it, in my opinion, would be how you have to keep it fed in order to keep it happy. Watching it sing a song after it eats truly is adorable, but in the child’s eyes, it’s probably much more than adorable – it’ll probably be the highlight of their day. I highly recommend you getting it for your child.