Zuru’s Pets Alive Boppi – The Booty Shakin’ Llama
All kids love music and love to dance. Zuru’s Pets Alive Boppi will get them up and dancing, along with laughing so hard you will love it! Kids will love dancing to the 3 songs that Boppi dances to. Boppi shakes her head and booty and the kids will laugh every time.
Look who’s dancing in the spotlight! Pets Alive Bopper the booty shaken’ Llama dances like nobody else! Bopper the booty shaken’ Llama will get the whole family up dancing and laughing for a whole day! Three awesome songs to Twerk and spin to. Absolute adorable, hilarious and great fun for family and friends. See who’s got the best moves, you or boppi?
This need 4 AA batteries, first 4 included, so it is best to get the rechargeable ones. Not only do you get a break from the repeat of this but, the kids will settle down until they get charged, cause I think this is gonna be a toy played with all day! Not annoying just something they will keep playing with all day when possible.
Pets Alive is Zuru’s newest range of adorable robotic pets. With countless ways to interact and play, These toys will capture your heart and instantly be your best friend. Pets Alive brings you fun and laughter at Unbeatable value!
Boppi the booty shaken Llama gets the whole family up and dancing for hours with boppi! Comes with three awesome songs to dance along to! The robotic booty-shaken movement and head-spinning motions make it fun for family and friends to dance along with!
Global award-winning toy manufacturer, ZURU, has today announced Boppi, ‘The Booty Shakin’ Llama of their new robotics pets brand, Pets Alive, has won the Toy of the Year award in the electronic category and Toy of the Year overall at the Toy Fair gala held in Melbourne on Sunday.
The unveilings of ZURU Pets Alive during the recent Toy Fair season has seen Boppi, ‘The Booty Shaking’ Llama, steal the show with her unique ‘twerking’ and ‘head-spinning’ dance moves. Boppi dances to three catchy songs and is set to be a hit with kids and adults alike when she reaches shelves later this year.