In case someone else ever wants to find this same cow, here’s the photo of what he looks like in great condition.
It amazes me that Tami was able to find it, but she did!
I’m trying to find my “Moo”. I received 2 from my aunt in the mid 80’s when she sold toys for House of Lloyd. He scares my family with the condition he’s in now. One was destroyed by the washing machine. The remaining guy got run over by a car when I left him on my dad’s truck bumper when I was little.
Above the hole that was his face he had a horn on either side of his head that was orange/yellow and slightly curved and about an inch long. His face was the same color as the horns, his eyes were closed and his mouth was a smile. He had equally spaced wrinkles on either side of his wide, short, oval shaped nose that were hand painted black lines. His nostrils were very small and shallow. His forehead had 4 or 5 wrinkles. His face and horns were vinyl/rubber. His whole head is a vinyl shell, and that’s the only part that’s stayed together since the cloth is glued to it. Both of his hands are the same gesture, thumbs up with fingers pointing in. Also he had a sound box of some kind that would moo when you shook him.
If you can help Court find this 80’s House of Lloyd Orange Yellow Cow with Wrinkled Vinyl Face that Moos When Shaken, please Contact Us, including POST CODE #011110-2 in the subject
Originally posted 01/11/2010