We rotate between the three every single day, several times each.
To be honest, this pregnant Momma is not currently enjoying playing on the floor. I do enjoy playing with Grace, however, and I try to split my time between the couch and the floor.
We got the Littlest Pet Shop Cozy Care Adoption Center last week, and it immediately became Grace’s most-loved Little Pets item.
Here she is, saying Momma! Put the camera down and PLAY with ME!
Clearly, we have a lot of Little Pets. Birthday Pets, Pet triplets, Pets in Disguises, Farm Pets, Zoo Pets, Happy Meal Pets. Mammals, Reptiles, Amphibians, Birds, Fish. See the chinchilla and the ferret? Those are Grace’s favorites.
You understand that all of this doesn’t come with the Adoption Center, right? The Cozy Care Adoption Center comes with a pink pet carrier, a whole bunch of teeny accessories, and two dogs (a big sister and a little sister, according to Grace; perfect for our expanding family!).
This leads me to the only criticism I have about the Cozy Care Adoption Center. It took me almost an hour to unpack the whole thing. There were a lot of twist-ties, metal things, plastic ties, and other crazy straps holding it together. An hour, a pair of scissors, and a whining 3-year-old jumping up and down, saying, Let’s play, Momma! PLAY with ME! made unpacking a little stressful.
Our abundance of Pets might be why this Adoption Center works so well for us. It has spots for a dozen or more pets to sit and play.
Grace has dubbed this playset her Pets’ Hotel. It’s a chic hotel with a grooming center (the broomer), a race track, a veterinary station (I’m going to be a animal doctor when I grow up, Momma! A vet-rarian!), some little rooms with doors, a cafeteria, and more.
Since it arrived, Grace has played with the Cozy Care Adoption Center every single day. It has completely replaced her older Littlest Pets playset (that I picked up at a yard sale). I’m pretty impressed with it, too.
Hasboro provided me with the Littlest Pet Shop Cozy Car Adoption Center in order to complete this review.
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