Attention Campers! This state park is home to
Black Bears! If you leave any picnic items
around, they will most assuredly be eaten! Safety first!
However, if your snacks are tasty enough to attract
a Squishable Black Bear, do not take proper
Do not run! Do not make yourself look fearsome or use
a high-pitched whistle sold to you by the guy with the beard
at the outdoor goods store!
No indeed! Welcome this Black Bear with open arms!
If he needs a bear hug, by all means, give him one!
This is no lumbering carnivore, he's a bouncy hugavore!
All clear, campers!
15 cuddly inches of outdoorsperson’s friend, poly fill, ages 3 and up!squish_black_bear_15new
Reviews! Woo hoo!
Average Review: 10 Reviews
Squishtastic By: Winston (Chicago, Illinois ) 11-15-2014
This's animals are fun loving and wonderful, they love a good hug and make your day. The black bear squishibles is fantastic, you can play with it, walk around town with it, and play pass with it. The fur is soft and the smile is wide, they are 15" of squishible paradise.
Sweet Emily By: Maddie Lowry (, MS) 6-24-2014
When I saw the black bear up for retirement I instantly went and snatched this cute girl up for myself! She has super soft fur and the definition of cuddly! I made a little flower crown for her and she is a fun nap time buddy! I recommend if you haven't already, get one before they're gone!
Bob By: Siobhan (pasadena, california) 5-14-2014
Bob came in to my family of squishables a little wile ago and I have loved him ever since.He is so cute and cuddly. HE was my fourth squish. thank you sqquishables for making this wonderful squish.
AWESOME By: Sydney (Lebanon, NH) 3-1-2014
My child loves him! They are so soft a the ideal birthday or Christmas gift for anyone! You or your kids will love them!
RAWR By: Marnie (Raleigh, NC) 10-6-2013
We're black bear connoisseurs in this house. You have to be when an exiled Mainer is in your midst. Bear license plate: check. Uncanny ability to draw bear paws: check. Bear fluffies of various shapes and sizes: check. We happened upon this fellow at the Museum of Life and Sciences and scooped him up. When I realized he was retiring from greatly appreciated service, I danced a jig of glee for being able to obtain him. He's soft, squishy and incredibly scholarly. We would huggle him more but when he's really into a book, he sometimes growls. I respect that. A learned bear is hard to come by and his conversational skills are quite impressive.