The bear has been found, but Scott is still looking for the rabbit:
I’m looking for a 1991 GUND Jellybean pink rabbit is about 12 to 14 inches long. It has large lop ears lined in white and has big white feet.
I’m looking for a friend for a 1992 GUND all black bear named Velvet and a 1991 GUND pink and white lop eared rabbit named Jellybean (not sure if that’s Jelly Bean or one word). The black bear does NOT have a red open mouth. These are for two young people who lost their childhood stuffed Gund toys in the wild fire that destroyed their home. The winds were 100 km an hour, so there was no time to pack anything, but only time to evacuate as quickly as possible.
The black bear was her son’s treasured teddy, and the pink bunny belonged to her daughter. They slept with them from the time they were babies. I believe they were the first stuffed animals given to them. Although they are grown now, they still had them in their room for comfort until the fire destroyed their home in Slave Lake Alberta on May 15th. They lost everything but a few clothes and a few pictures.
If you can help Scott find a 1992 GUND ALL Black Bear named Velvet AND a 1991 GUND Pink & White Rabbit named Jellybean, THIS SITE IS NO LONGER ACTIVELY MANAGED. Please use Our FREE FACEBOOK GROUP, including the POST CODE #19878
Searching for a toy – Originally posted Tuesday – 08/09/2011