Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Wigglo Pets Review

I have a great new product that your children will love to have! They are called Wigglo Pets and the above video will show you just how they work, which is really very simple. You just pet them and watch them react. I was skeptical at first but then I tried it and was surprised to see that it really did move!
The Wigglo Pets were made by:
Wigglo™ Pets are the creation of eight-year old Maya Grace. No mess. No clean-up. No vet bills. Rub the Wigglo™ and see how it responds. Wigglos™ are the pets who love to be petted.
They come in several different colors and kinds of animals as you can see from the above picture. I got the solid black one that you see on the top but here is another picture of the one I got:
Oh, and they come with their very own Adoption Papers! I haven't named mine yet as it is going to be a gift for someone in our family. But, I can tell you that I did try it myself just to make sure it really responded to our touch and it does exactly what the video above shows it doing. So, I was really impressed with how an 8 year old girl came up with this really cute idea.
You will love that they don't need any buttons, batteries or some fancy computer screen to make them work. All you do is pet them and watch what happens. It is really a great tool to help a child with their imagination instead of a computer doing it for them. I think this is really a great idea because of that. I see too many children glued to either TV's, computers, phones or any technology that takes away their ability to think for themselves.
These would make great stocking stuffers or even just wrap it up by itself. It really doesn't matter how you give it, just as long as you do. Maya does donate a portion of her proceeds to charity, so she is giving back in addition to helping with our children's imagination.
Here's a little more information on Maya:
M n M Inspiration is an Etsy Shop where all of the items are handmade by sisters, Madison and Maya Grace (13 and 9 years old). Both artists with entrepreneurial spirits, the girls have learned that making high quality and interesting crafts can draw the attention of others and allow them to build their businesses as well as their brands.

Both girls donate a portion of every sale to the charity that Madison created, Kidz for a Cure (KidzForACure.org) where she raises funds for pediatric cancer research, having raised over $18,000 thus far.
She was even featured in the National Enquirer!

The Wigglo Pets are only $5 each and remember that a portion goes to Maya's charity, Kidz for A Cure.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.