About the Designer Tera S. I'm currently studying illustration at RMCAD. I love the adorably creepy and stories are my passion. Drawing makes me happier than anything, and as long as I get to do that with my life I'll be happy.
Technically speaking, you should only be able to hang out with a Werewolf every 29 days...and even then, only at night! Darn that lunar cycle!
Well, if we can bend physics enough to make a perfectly round Werewolf, then mere folklore doesn't stand a chance! We can certainly bioengineer our furry friend to skip those boring times when he's just a regular old teenager!
And hey, while we're at it, why not replace that primal urge to roam the forest with a more acceptable desire to sit quietly on the couch? Perhaps tweak that urge to pounce on soft, squeaky things into an urge to lovingly accept your hugs and cuddles? Just because a mythological creature has existed since time immemorial doesn't mean it can't be even more awesome! Ever upward, Squishers!
15 squishy inches of plush progress, polyester fiber, ages 3 and up!
Had to have one for myself! By: Virginia Haviland (Farmington, AR) 5-11-2015
Got one of these for my friend and after sneaking cuddles from him at her house, had to get one of my own. He's so soft. Love him!
Big Fat Wolf! By: Lacey Patterson (Hamburg, NY) 4-15-2015
Been pining after this guy for a bit, and with my tax refund along with the spring sale, I just couldn't say no!
I had him delivered to my parents house, and he arrived just as I was on a walk past their driveway...perfect timing! I couldn't wait and tore open the box right there, then carried him back to my house with me. We got to enjoy the first warm day of spring together (:
I named him Jareth after the Goblin King in the movie Labyrinth, and his expression is just perfect for it. He's the most pillowy of all the squishables I own...just so fun to squeeze!
The perfect plushie (round, fuzzy and a werewolf!) By: Fenris Wugel (, ) 10-13-2014
Since I was about 14 years old , I wished for a werewolf plushie. Here he is, kinda looking like the cutest version ever of the "American Werwolf In London" (which is really awesome!).
He's called Fenris an now lives with us in a little hicksville in Germany xD
What a guy! By: DouglasH (Ann Arbor, MI) 10-8-2014
This big hairy dude is terrific. I'm told by a local shopkeep, who stocks Squishables, that certain models - werewolves and dragons, for example - even have young lads coming into the store, playing with them, purchasing them (well, via their kind parents) and not feeling weird at all about the fact these are stuffed toys. And that's a good thing.
I'd read too about the use of stuffed animal toys and the like in aiding people of varying ages and sexes who struggle with anxiety and similar issues. My girlfriend got me this wolfie as my first Squishable, and he really is a comfort to wrap my arms around. If you struggle with a something of a misunderstood monster inside at times, perhaps this beastie can be your friend as well, through both the difficult moments and the fun.
My teenage son loves it! By: Laura MacDonald (haslett, MI) 9-3-2014
My 16 year old son loves his werewolf! One of the only stuffed animals allowed I'm his room!!