You won't find a better selection of Raccoon stuffed animals, facts and information than here in the Forest at Jeannie's Cottage. Let us introduce you to our raccoons. At left is Tonto the Douglas Raccoon stuffed animal, next to Tonto is a Raccoon Baby Critter made by The Stuffed Animal House, then we have Snoops the Beanie Baby Raccoon, in front of Snoops is a tiny Raccoon Magnet Mate, way in back is a Raccoon Attic Treasure named Radcliffe, then you can see a Boyds Raccoon named Bandit Bushytail, then another Raccoon Beanie Baby named Ringo and finally, at right is a Soft Spot Raccoon made by Ganz.
Raccoons are equally adaptable to suburban, rural and forested areas. They will eat almost any type of food, including berries, bird eggs, rodents, crayfish, insects, nuts and grain. It has been said that raccoons wash everything they eat and they do have a tendency to dunk their food before they eat it, but this is not necessarily the case. Raccoons mate in late winter and have litters of around four babies in the spring. They do not hibernate but are generally not as active during cold weather. The Red Pandas resemble raccoons but are more closely related to China's giant pandas.
In this group of Raccoon plush toys you can see, from left: a jointed legged Raccoon from Ganz, Bandit the Jaag Raccoon stuffed animal, a little grey raccoon from Unipak, in back is Bandit the raccoon stuffed animal from Aurora, then we have Moody the Raccoon from Unipak, and finally, at right is a little Raccon made by the Stuffed Animal House. Purchase these raccoons in the Jeannie's Cottage Gift Shop.
These raccoon stuffed animals include, from left: a Raccoon Baby Critter made by The Stuffed Animal House, Romeo the raccoon stuffed animal from Purr-Fection, next is a Ganz Woodland Raccoon , and finally at far right is Bandit the Puffkin made by Swibco. Purchase these raccoons in the Jeannie's Cottage Gift Shop.