You’ve met our own Rango and Turbo in part one, and part two will showcase a few more of our lovely animals. Your children can see these movie stars up close and cuddle their favourite characters, without having to keep watching the film to enjoy them.
A cast of animal characters with human traits live in Zootopia, a city where everything seems possible and every opportunity within grasp. Judy Hopps is a rookie cop who is newly appointed to the Zootopia Police Department. During her first days as a cop, she forms an unlikely partnership with a fox con artist, Nick Wilde, who helps her uncover a conspiracy that involves the disappearance of the city’s predators. The film won an Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film of the Year in 2017.
Just as cute as Judy, our very own Flora Rabbit is a soft and friendly lionhead rabbit. You won’t be able to stop yourself from petting her fluffy mane, a beautiful blonde ‘hairdo’. She also loves cuddles and going for a stroll on her lead. You can also meet Roger Rabbit, our resident charmer with stunning, big brown eyes and the softest fur.
The Princess and the Frog
With three Oscar nominations, The Princess and the Frog is a story about a waitress and her dreams to become a restaurant owner. This Walt Disney Studios film follows Tiana on her quest to own her business, including her adventure after kissing a prince, Prince Naveen, who had been turned into a frog and then becoming a frog herself. Tiana and Naveen go in search of a way to turn themselves back into humans before it’s too late.
Our very own Prince Naveen, known as White’s Tree Frog or Dumpy Tree Frog, is called Bruce. This handsome fellow is an Australian rainforest native in the wild, but the loss of White’s Tree Frogs’ habitats means that they are now found in residential areas too.
Winning the Oscar for Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film of the Year in 2008, Ratatouille is the story of Remy, a rat who dreams of becoming a French chef. His struggles of wanting to cook but not being human end when he makes an alliance with a kitchen worker called Alfredo Linguini. This enables the both of them to live their food dreams.
Just like Remy in Ratatouille, we have our own Remy! Together with Emile, these two Russian Blue Dumbo-eared rats are absolutely adorable. They don’t bite or scratch, allowing young children to have a cuddle with these lively animals.
Both children’s animal parties and school animal workshops are great ways for young children to meet these cute movie stars! So, if you are looking to give your children or pupils a fun and educational experience, make sure to get in touch with us by calling 07432 560371 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help.