- Look who's here! It's Lil Bub!
- One of the most amazing and popular cats on Earth!
- The celebrity cat known for her "perma-kitten" appearance.
- Lil Bub is one super-special kitty… and so is this plush!
One of the most amazing and popular cats on the planet is now a soft and cuddly plush that you can bring into your own home! Measuring 17-inches long (including the tail) x 5-inches tall x 4-inches wide, this Lil Bub Cat Plush features the adorable disabled little kitty that was born just a little different. Adopt your very own Lil Bub today! She's sure to brighten your life and put a smile on your face.
Lil Bub is an American celebrity cat owned by Mike Bridavsky and known for her "perma-kitten" appearance. She has her own Facebook page with hundreds of thousands of Likes and starred in Lil Bub & Friendz,
a documentary that won the Tribeca Online Festival Best Feature Film for 2013, and the web series Lil BUB’s Big SHOW.
Her many media appearances include Good Morning America, Today,
and The View.
From her Facebook page: "Lil Bub was the runt of an otherwise healthy litter from a stray outdoor mother, and was born with several genetic mutations that make her special. She is just one of nature's happy accidents. Her foster family had a hard time finding her a home, but she now lives happily with a dude that feeds her only the best food and treats her like a queen."
"She is a "perma-kitten," which means she will stay kitten sized and maintain kitten-like features her entire life. She also has an extreme case of dwarfism, which means her limbs are disproportionately small relative to the rest of her body and she has some difficulty moving around. She has very short, stubby legs and a weird, long, serpent-like body. Her lower jaw is significantly shorter than her upper jaw, and her teeth never grew in which is why her tongue is always hanging around. Don’t worry, BUB has a very healthy appetite and eats dry and wet food with no problems. Additionally, BUB is a polydactyl cat, meaning she has extra toes, and in her case, one extra toe on all of her four paws. Her front paws each have two opposable thumbs. And then of course there are her big, bulging, wonder-filled green eyes." Ages 4 and up.