I am looking for an Animal Alley Pink Unicorn from about 2000. It has a WHITE FUR (NOT yarn) mane and tail and white fur above the bright pink hooves. It has a white horn and collar with silver stars on them, and it’s about 12 to 16 inches long.
My daughter has had this special Unicorn that my Sister gave us for our baby shower. She has carried it around from the time she could crawl. It was her first word. My Mom tried to teach her to say Gammie, but she said “Guy” and hugged her Woobie! It has traveled where ever she has traveled! She has slept with him every night for 8 years. He is almost worn to the point of no return. He is very loved! Animal Alley changed their “Darla unicorn” right after she was born to one with a yarn hair mane, and it is too different. It is not a “Woobie – Guy”.
My daughter will have her Woobie on her bed in her College dorm. This I know without a doubt!
Our Woobie’s fur mane has worn away, the stars have been rubbed off the horn, he is hardly pink, he has been patched, and he’s had new stuffing several times. She misses his silver stars and has cried about his mane. I burned it in the dryer years ago, before I knew better. Then over the years it rubbed off, too. He is threadbare and about to fall apart.
I had found one on E-bay finally after years of looking, and the seller mixed up, and sent us another yarn hair unicorn and our “Woobie-Guy” went to another house. The seller said she mailed the other stuffed animal weeks ago and the buyer did not complain, so she canceled our transaction. I am sure some little girl is already in love with it. I was crushed. It would mean the world to my daughter if we could find a real “Woobie”.
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Originally posted Friday – 12/31/2010