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Tweet Up a Storm With Little Live Pets #Giveaways

little live pets

I’ve had my eye on these Little Live Pets for quite a long time now. When I heard they had owls available I was hoping to get one for the girls. Their old school mascot was an owl. And really who doesn’t love owls? They are quirky and fun. These talking pets are hours of awesome. Just place them in your palm and listen to the adorable songs.


We received Nightstar Owl mother and Baby and Little Live Pets Tweet Talking Birds. I also have one Tweet Talking Cockatoo Bird to gift to one lucky reader too, so pay attention to the rules at end of this post. Little Live Pets are kind of lifelike and they respond to their owners. You can pet them and talk to them and they tweet right back and respond with a few cute sounds.


My girls enjoyed getting to play with these and unbox them too. Of course part of the fun of talking toys is that you can get them to say totally ridiculous things. We did a bit of that too. Even I got a hoot out of that. Talking Toys Little Live Pets have been named a Toys R Us Top 15 Toy. They are a surefire pleasant gift for any child. The newest versions of the toys are the Cockatoo and Owl and Baby.

The Cockatoo with a cute soft fuzzy coat of bright colours looks like a real pet and responds to touch. The Cockatoo makes 30 different sounds and chatters back with a sweet bird voice. That makes eight birds in total.

Owl and Baby sell for about $26.99 exclusively at Toys R Us. Single pack birds start at $14.99 and you can also buy a colourful bird cage at $26.99 with a perch and a carry handle for travel. These toys are recommended for ages five and up.

Visit available across Canada at major retailers like Toys R Us, Tv Showcase, Sears, Red Apple and London Drugs.

These are great gifts for a birthday or for Christmas too.


I received these samples for consideration on the site. My opinion is all my own.

Mom of two beautiful active girls, traveller, fitness junkie, social media consultant, and keeper of the sanity.