#1 Bear

the bear

#1 Bear the Beanie Baby was
designed exclusively for Ty sales
representatives to mark sales over
$1 billion in 1998 !


1997 Extra Large Holiday Teddy

the bear

This Beanie Baby and
one other were the first introduced to
represent this holiday season!


1997 Holiday Teddy

the bear

This 1997 Beanie Baby was
the first of the Holiday Teddy series!


1997 Large Holiday Teddy

the bear

This was the first Beanie Baby
to wear a Santa hat!


1998 Holiday Teddy

the bear

1998 Holiday Teddy, the
Beanie Baby, was also a
Jingle Beanie, along with two
other Beanie Baby bears.
Can you name them?


1999 Holiday Teddy

the bear

The 1999 Holiday Teddy
Beanie Baby was
the first Holiday Teddy
introduced without a hat!


2000 Signature Bear

the bear

2000 Ty Signature Bear
Beanie Baby did not exist.
This bear represents the future!


2001 Holiday Teddy

the bear

The 2001 Beanie and Buddy
are the first Holiday Teddies
to be introduced at the same time!


2002 Holiday Teddy

the bear

2002 Holiday Teddy the Beanie Baby had a holiday button on its chest !


2003 Holiday Teddy

the bear

2003 Holiday Teddy is the 2nd Holiday Teddy to wear both a hat and a scarf !


2005 Holiday Teddy

the bear

U.S. Congress has named December 12th as National Poinsettia Day !


2006 Holiday Teddy

the bear

Wreaths made of evergreen tree twigs, sometimes with pine cones and bows, are common Christmas decorations !


Bear

the bear

Bear the BEANIE BABY's birthday is on World Peace Day !


Addison

the bear

Addison Street, Waveland Ave.,
Sheffield Ave. and Clark Street surround
the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball.
Can you name the ballpark?


Ai

the bear (Asia-Pacific Exclusive)

Ai the BEANIE BABY's name
means "love" in Japanese !
We love, Ai, don't you ?


Almond

the bear

Almond the Beanie Baby
was introduced with
a friend named "Pecan"!


Always

the bear

A rose just for you ...


Amber

the gold tabby

Amber and Silver the Beanie Babies
were modeled after two orphaned
kittens found by Ty Warner!


America

the bear

Thanks to you, the America trio of Beanie Babies has raised over $2 million for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund !


America

the bear

Thanks to you, the America trio of Beanie Babies has raised over $2 million for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund !


America

the bear

Thanks to you, the America trio of Beanie Babies has raised over $2 million for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund !


Ariel

the bear

The flowers embroidered on the Ariel
Beanie Baby and Beanie Buddy were based
on a drawing by Ariel Glaser.


Aussiebear

the bear (Asia-Pacific Exclusive)

Throughout the world, the people of
Australia are known as "Aussies" !


Avalon

the horse

According to legend, the mortally wounded King Arthur was taken to the island of Avalon, the land of immortal heroes !


B.B. Bear

the bear

B.B.Bear the Beanie Baby
was the first Beanie Baby
created without a birthday.


BAT-e

the bat

While most bats like to live in caves, our friend BAT-e prefers to live with you !


Baby Boy

the bear

In Europe, a greater number of boy babies
are born in southern countries
than in the northern countries !


Baby Girl

the bear

In North America, more girl babies
are born in Mexico and the southern U.S. than in the northern U.S. and Canada !


Baldy

the bald eagle

Baldy the Beanie Baby
originally had a different name,
which was changed at the last minute.


Bananas

the orangutan

Bananas the Beanie Baby's
beard was three different colors
before it was made yellow.


Batty

the bat

Batty the Beanie Baby
was the second bat made by Ty.
Batty came in two colors,
mocha rose and Ty-dyed!


Batty

the black bat

Batty the Beanie Baby
was the second bat made by Ty.
Batty came in two colors,
mocha rose and Ty-dyed!


Beak

the ty-dye kiwi

Beak the Beanie Baby
and Beak the Beanie Buddy
are the first to be released as a set!


Beani

the cat

Beani the cat was the first long-haired
cat Beanie Baby design !


Benjamin

the bear

Benjamin Franklin is credited with inventing many things including the Franklin stove, bifocals, and the lightning rod !


Billionaire

the bear

Billionaire the Beanie Baby
was an exclusive employee thank you
gift for achieving sales of over
one billion dollars!


Blessed

the bear

Blessed is the second praying bear
in the Beanie Baby collection !


Bloom

the bear

The single most popular fresh cut
flower is the rose !


Blue

the bear

Betsy Ross, who stitched together the first
American Flag, was asked to do so
by George Washington !


Bo

the dog

When Dalmatian puppies are born,
they don't have any spots !


Bones

the dog

Bones the Beanie Baby
was one of the longest running
and most popular Beanies ever made!


Bongo

the monkey

Bongo the Beanie Baby
was first named Nana.
Ty Warner liked the name Bongo better
because he plays the Bongos!


Bonnet

the bear

Bonnet is the first Beanie Baby bear to dress up as a bunny !


Bonsai

the chimpanzee

Bonsai the Beanie Baby is actually a very unique chimpanzee because, unlike actual chimps, he has a tail !


Booties

the cat

Our friend Booties knows that cats don't always land on their feet . . . so she's extra careful when she jumps !


Bravo

the bear

The word "bravo" is generally used to express appreciation for a job or performance well done !


Brigitte

the poodle

The idea for Brigitte
the Beanie Baby came from
the poodle skirts of the 1950's!


Britannia

the bear (UK Exclusive)

Britannia the Beanie Baby
was the first international bear
to have an embroidered flag
rather than a patch!


Bronty

the ty-dye brontosaurus

Bronty the Beanie Baby was
one of the dinosaur trio. This trio
is highly prized by collectors!


Bubbles

the fish

Bubbles the Beanie Baby
made in the swimming position was
quite a challenge to manufacture.


Buckingham

the bear (UK Exclusive)

Buckingham the Beanie Baby
was one of only a few bears to have two ribbons
Can you name the others?


Bunga - Raya

the bear (Malaysia Exclusive)

Bunga Raya, the national flower of Malaysia,
means hibiscus in the Malay language !


Bushy

the lion

Bushy the Beanie Baby's
fabric has a total of 4 colors:
pink, orange, yellow and green.
This fabric is very difficult
and expensive to produce!


Butch

the dog

One of the most famous fans of the Bull Terrier
was General George S. Patton,
who owned many dogs of this breed!


Carnation

the cat

Carnations, which were originally flesh colored flowers, got their name from the old Italian word meaning complexion !


Cashew

the bear

Cashew was one of several
Beanie Babies
that shared their names with nuts;
can you name the rest?


Cassie

the collie

Cassie is the first Beanie Baby
dog designed with long fur.


Celebrate

the 15 year anniversary bear

Celebrate the Beanie Baby
was the first bear to commemorate
our Company's birthday!


Centennial

the bear

During 100 years of greatness,
the New York Yankees have won
26 World Championships !


Champ (New York Yankees Exclusive)
Celebrating the
New York Yankees'
27th World Championship !


Champion

the bear



Charmed

the unicorn

Unicorns are said to be imaginary creatures. We imagine you love Charmed !


Charmer

the unicorn

Charmer the BEANIE BABY
was the 2nd unicorn created.
Although with Mystic's 4 variations,
some may consider it the 5th !


Charming

the horse

Charming is waiting for her prince to come !


Cheeks

the baboon

Cheeks the Beanie Baby
was named for .........
can you guess?


Cheery

the bear

Rainbows are seen in nature
when two things are present:
rain and sunshine!


Chilly

the bear

Chilly the Beanie Baby
was introduced in June of 1994 and
retired in January of 1996 making
him one of the most sought after!


Chinook

the bear (Canada Exclusive)

The warm, dry wind that blows down
the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains
is called a Chinook!


Chip

the cat

Chip the Beanie Baby
due to the variety of colors and pattern shapes,
is one of the most difficult to produce.
It takes over 20 pieces to make Chip!


Chocolate

the moose

Chocolate the Beanie Baby
was the last of the Original Nine to
be retired!


Chops

the lamb

Chops the Beanie Baby
was the very first Beanie Baby lamb
created by Ty.


Cinders

the bear

Cinders the Beanie Baby
was the "polar opposite" of Aurora
the polar bear Beanie Baby!


Classy

the bear

Classy the Beanie Baby
was the sole survivor of an
elimination round and won the title
"The People's Beanie"!


Clover

the bear

Clover the Beanie Baby was
the first Beanie Baby bear
commemorating St. Patrick's Day
that was not all green !


Clubby

the bear

Clubby the Beanie Baby
was not only the first BBOC Bear,
but also the first to wear a button!


Clubby II

the bear

Clubby II the Beanie Baby
was the first to be included
in a BBOC Kit!


Clubby III

the bear

Clubby III the Beanie Baby
is the first BBOC Beanie Baby to be introduced
along with its Buddy counterpart!


Clubby IV

the bear

Clubby IV Beanie Baby was
the first to have several different
versions of the BBOC button!


Clubby V

the bear

The traditional gift for a fifth
anniversary is wood, but we prefer
the 5th Anniversary Edition of Clubby !


Clubby VI

the bear

Clubby VI the Beanie Buddy is a combination of all 3 Clubby VI Beanie Babies !


Colosso

the mammoth

We all loved Giganto so much
that we decided to create his pal,
Colosso !


Congo

the gorilla

Congo the Beanie Baby was
inspired by the Ty plush gorilla
George!


Coolstina

the snowwoman

Let It Snow !


Coolston

the snowman

Winter Wonderland !


Coop

the chick

This chick was named after the place where most farm chickens reside . . . a coop !


Coral

the fish

Coral the Beanie Baby
shares its birthday with
Ty Warner's secretary!


Coreana

the bear (Asia-Pacific Exclusive)

Coreana the BEANIE BABY's name means "Korean" !


Corkie

the Wire Fox terrier

Wire Fox Terriers are considered friendly, alert, active, and lively, just like Corkie !


Courage

the dog

Courage and Rescue the Beanie Babies
raised over $1 million for the New York Police &
Fire Widows' & Children's Benefit Fund
in the first six months!


Cupid

the dog

Cupid was named for the ancient
Roman god of love !


Curly

the bear

The brown bear, sometimes known as
the grizzly bear, has a very thick fur
coat that isn't curly at all!


Cutesy

the dog

Cutesy the Beanie Baby was named simply because it's the cutest dog ever !


DAD-e

the bear

In 1966 President Lyndon Johnson signed
a presidential proclamation declaring the 3rd
Sunday of June as Father's Day !


Darling

the dog

Darling is also the name of a
beautiful town in South Africa!


Dearest

the teddy bear

Dearest the Beanie Baby was
created in honor of Mothers' Day.


Delilah

the cat

The ancient Egyptian word for cat is mau, which means "to see" !


Demure

the poodle

The name POODLE comes from the German word PUDELN, meaning "to splash in the water" !


Diddley

the dog

The phrase "diddling around" with
something, means you are toying or
playing with it!


Digger

the crab

Digger the Beanie Baby
was originally made in orange and
then changed to red!


Digger

the ty-dyed crab

Digger the Beanie Baby
was originally made in orange and
then changed to red!


Diggs

the dog

The bigger the Diggs - the bigger the hugs !


Diggs (large)

the dog

The bigger the Diggs - the bigger the hugs !


Dippy

the bunny

The Easter Bunny hopped into
existence during the 1700's !


Dizzy

the dalmatian

Dizzy the Beanie Baby
got his name because of the
ever-changing color of his spots!


Dotty

the dalmatian

Dotty the Beanie Baby was
the second Dalmatian produced by
Ty and still remains a favorite
with collectors!


Dotty (extra large)

the dalmatian

This Beanie Buddy is so big,
you might mistake him for a real dog!


Dotty (large)

the dalmatian

There were two Dalmatian
Beanie Babies created:
one with black ears
and one with spotted ears.


Dragon

the dragon

Scorch the Beanie Baby
was one of the first Beanies to
feature the ty-dyed curly fabric!


Dublin

the bear

Four-leaf clovers are supposed
to bring good luck. It's lucky
you've found Dublin !


Ears

the bunny

Ears the Beanie Baby
was the only Beanie Baby bunny
ever created laying down.


Ears (extra large)

the bunny

Only time will tell if a new all white
Ears Beanie Baby will appear!


Ears (large)

the bunny

Ears the Beanie Baby
was never manufactured in
a solid white color.


Eggbert

the baby chick

Eggbert the Beanie Baby was
"egg-ceptionally" difficult to make!


Eggs

the bear

There were many rumors that
Eggs the Beanie Baby would be
produced in different colors.


Employee Bear

the bear

The Employee Bear Beanie
was the only Beanie produced
without a hang tag!


Empress

the cat

In 1876, Queen Victoria of England was crowned Empress of India - a country she had never visited !


Erin

the Irish bear

Erin the Beanie Baby
is the first bear to represent a country
but not wear the country's flag!


Eucalyptus

the koala

Eucalyptus the Beanie Baby
was the second koala to be made
by Ty. He was made due to the
popularity of Mel!


Extra Large Shamrock

the bear

Does an Extra Large Shamrock
bring extra good luck?


Fancy

the cat

Most cats have five toes on each
front paw, but only four toes
on each back paw !


Farewell

the bear (NY Yankees Exclusive)

Yankee Stadium
1923 - 2008
The Final Season


Ferny

the bear (New Zealand Exclusive)

Ferny is all black in colour with
a silver fern on it's chest.
The fern is a national symbol
of New Zealand !


Fetch

the golden retriever

Fetch the Beanie Baby
was introduced in May of 1998 and
retired in December of 1998
when he was less than one year old!


Filly

the horse

When a horse is born it is called
a foal. Boy foals are known as
colts and girl foals are fillies !


First Dog

the dog

Don't forget to vote for First Dog for the cutest puppy in the USA !


Fitz

the Irish Setter

The earliest ancestors of the Irish Setter were not solid red in color but instead red and white !


Fleece

the lamb

Fleece the Beanie Baby
was one of three lambs;
can you name the other two?


Flip

the cat

Flip the Beanie Baby was
reminiscent of the first item produced
by Ty. A white cat named Kashmir!


Flippity

the bunny

Flippity the Beanie Baby
was never made. He is Floppity's
missing twin!


Flitter

the butterfly

Flitter the Beanie Baby
was a 1999 summer show exclusive.
This exclusivity makes
Flitter very collectible!


Floppity

the bunny

Floppity the Beanie Baby
was one of the "Bunny Trio"
that included Hippity and Hoppity.


Floxy

the lamb

When Floxy and her friends gather together, they're known a a flock !


Fraidy

the cat

Fraidy the Beanie Baby was the first to have a trimmed design on its ribbon !


Frankenteddy

the bear

Frankenteddy may look scary, but he just wants Halloween hugs from you !


Frisbee

the dog

Weimaraners were originally
known as Weimer Pointers!


Frisco

the cat

Today there are about 100 distinct
breeds of domestic cat !


Frolic

the dog

Frolic the Beanie Baby
was created in honor of
a Ty employee's dog !


Fumbles

the monkey

Monkeys' hands and feet are highly developed for grasping things, making them less likely to FUMBLE !


Fun

the bear

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY !

Did you know that the "Original 9" Beanie Babies made their public debut at a gift show in 1993?


Fuzz

the bear

Fuzz the Beanie Baby
is made with Tylon that is crimped under
extremely high temperature.


Fuzz (large)

the bear

In order for Fuzz to maintain the
proper proportions,longer Tylon
had to be used. The longer the
fur the more difficult it is
to distress!


Garfield
Garfield the Beanie Baby was the first Beanie to be modeled after a cartoon character !


Garfield Season's Greetings
I've been nice . . . really !


Germania

the bear (German Exclusive)

Germania the Beanie Baby
was the first Beanie Baby to have its poem
in a language other than English!


Ghoul

the boy ghost

Trick or Treat !


Ghoulianne

the girl ghost

Happy Halloween !


GiGi

the dog

The poodle is believed to have originated
in Germany, despite being regarded as
the national dog of France !


Gift-wrapped

the bear

A Holiday Surprise !


Gifts

the bear

You've made the "nice" list !


Giganto

the wooly mammoth

Giganto the Beanie Baby
was named so because real wooly mammoths
were gigantic, weighing as much as eight tons !


Glory

the bear (USA Exclusive)

The flag on Glory the Beanie Baby
has 12 stars and 13 stripes!


Gobbles

the turkey

Gobbles the Beanie Baby
had several different types of waddles,
including single and double felt!


Goochy

the ty-dye jellyfish

Goochy the Beanie Baby's
fabric was one of the most expensive
to produce. The shine on the fabric
makes the ty-dying process more
difficult!


Grace

the bunny

Grace the Beanie Baby
was one of only two Beanies
to be featured in a prayerful position.


Groovy

the ty-dye bear

Groovy the Beanie Baby
was the first bear to have a colored-
flocked nose!


HELLO KITTY 15" Pink Dress


Halo

the angel bear

Halo the Beanie Baby
is made from a special fabric
that shimmers. This fabric
makes Halo even more heavenly!


Halo II

the angel bear

Halo II the Beanie Baby's
fabric is one of the most expensive to make,
due to its special iridescent sparkle!


Happy

the hippopotamus

Happy the Beanie Baby
was originally made in gray.
The gray version is very rare and
is highly prized by collectors!


Happy Birthday

the bear



Happy Birthday

the bear



Happy Birthday

the bear



Haunt

the bear

The name jack-o'-lantern comes from a character in British folktales !


Heartford

the bear

Heartford the Beanie Buddy sends "Lots of Love" your way this Valentine's day !


Herald

the bear

A "herald" is an official messenger;
someone who proclaims or brings
word of happenings or events
usually to the king !


Herder

the dog

The Old English Sheepdog was originally
used for herding livestock down
the country road to the market !


Hero

the bear

Hero was the first Beanie Baby
design to wear a necktie!


Hero

the bear

HERO the BEANIE BABY
salutes those men and women devoted to
establishing freedom for all !


Hippie

the bunny

Hippie the Beanie Baby
was the first bunny to be ty-dyed!


Hippie (large)

the bunny

One large Hippie is the same size
as four Hippie Buddies!


Hippie (x-large)

the bunny

The length of the ear on the extra
large Hippie is the same length as
the Hippie Buddy!


Hippity

the bunny

Hippity the Beanie Baby
is a shade of green called Spring Mint.
This custom color is very difficult
to maintain throughout production.


Hocus

the bear

Hocus is the first Beanie Baby to have a pet arachnid !


Hoofer

the horse

Clydesdale horses are known for the large
size of their hooves, which is how Hoofer
the Beanie Baby got its name !


Hootie

the owl

The Snowy Owl is also referred to as the Great White Owl !


Hope

the praying bear

Hope the Beanie Baby
is the first Beanie Baby to be modeled after
one of Ty's plush bears!


Hopper

the bunny

The fabric on Hopper
the Beanie Baby's
chest contains holographic fibers!


Hoppity

the bunny

Hoppity was the last of the "Bunny Trio"
of Beanie Babies to be made
into a Buddy; the others were
Hippity and Floppity!


Hornsly

the triceratops

Hornsly is the first Beanie Baby
dinosaur created with horns.


Hug-hug

the bear

Happy Valentine's Day !


Huggy

the bear

When you give someone a "bear hug",
you give them a very strong
and hearty embrace!


Humphrey

the camel

Humphrey the Beanie Baby
was one of the first to be retired.
Very few were produced,
making him highly collectable!


Ice Skates

the dog (Canadian Exclusive)

On May 12, 1994, ice hockey was officially declared to be the national winter sport of Canada !


Inch

the inchworm

Inch the Beanie Baby
was available with both felt
and yarn antennas!


Independence

the bear

The Declaration of Independence measures 29-3/4 inches by 24-1/2 inches !


Independence

the bear

Printed on the back of the Declaration of Independence is, "Original Declaration of Independence" and "4th July 1776" !


Independence

the bear

On July 8, 1776, the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence took place in Philadelphia !


India

the tiger

India the Beanie Baby
is one of only three tiger styles
ever created.


Inky

the octopus

Inky the Beanie Baby
was made in two colors:
can you name them?


Jabber

the parrot

Jabber the Beanie Baby
has 6 colors of fabric and 17 pattern pieces
which make him one of the most difficult
Beanies to produce!


Jake

the mallard duck

Jake the Beanie Baby
due to his numerous colors
was difficult to manufacture
making him one of the most soughtafter!


John

the bear

John Adams was the second President of the United States of America !


KISS-e

the bear

In medieval Italy, if a man and
a woman were seen kissing in public
they could be forced to marry !


Kicks

the soccer bear

Kicks the Beanie Baby
was the first bear to represent
a sport!


Kiki

the monkey

Unlike apes, most monkeys cannot swing arm-over-arm, but move about in trees by running along the branches on all fours !


Kirby

the dog

The West Highland Terrier was
bred in Scotland as a hunter of
foxes and badgers !


Kissme

the bear

Kissme the Beanie Baby was
designed with a very special
nose...a heart !


Kiwiana

the bear (Asia-Pacific Exclusive)

New Zealanders are known as
"kiwis" and this is how Kiwiana the
BEANIE BABY got its name !


Knuckles

the pig

Pigs are one of three animals
that can actually get sunburn!


Large Shamrock

the bear

Shamrock is an Irish word
that means "little clover"!


Laughter

the bear

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY !

Angel, Peaches, and Smokey were the very first cats introduced by Ty in 1986 !


Lefty

the donkey (USA Exclusive)

Lefty and Righty the Beanie Babies
were the first two different Beanies
to share a poem!


Legend

the bear (In Stadium Exclusive)

There have been 44 New York Yankees elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame as players, managers and executives !


Legs

the frog

Legs the Beanie Baby was one of the original nine Beanie Babies !


Li Mei

the panda

Giant pandas weigh about 4 ounces at birth, but when fully grown they can weigh up to 300 pounds !


Libearty

the bear (USA Exclusive)

Libearty the Beanie Baby
was the first bear to wear a flag!


Libearty (large)

the bear (USA Exclusive)

Libearty the Beanie Baby
was the only Beanie to have
a few of his hang tags attached with
a white rather than a red tag pin!


Libearty (x-large)

the bear (USA Exclusvie)

This extra large Libearty
weighs as much as a dozen Beanie Babies!


Liberty (blue)

the bear (USA Exclusive)

Liberty, the beanie baby,
was sold only in the United States and
came in three different patriotic
(red, white and blue) styles !


Liberty (red)

the bear (USA Exclusive)

Liberty, the beanie baby,
was sold only in the United States and
came in three different patriotic
(red, white and blue) styles !


Liberty (white)

the bear (USA Exclusive)

Liberty, the beanie baby,
was sold only in the United States and
came in three different patriotic
(red, white and blue) styles !


Lips

the fish

Lips the Beanie Baby was one
of the first summer show exclusives.
This makes him very rare and
valuable!


Lizzy

the lizard

Lizzy the Beanie Baby made
with ty-dyed fabric was only produced
for six months, making her one of
the most valuable Beanies!


Loosy

the goose

Loosy the Beanie Baby was
created to represent the Canadian geese
that live in the United States!


Lucky

the ladybug

Lucky the Beanie Baby
was produced with three varieties of
spots; 7 felt spots, 11 printed spots
and 21 printed spots. Collectors are
very lucky if they have all three!


Luke

the dog

Luke the Beanie Baby
was the first Beanie Baby to have
a checked ribbon!


Lullaby

the lamb

A lullaby is a song that is used
to relax a child so they'll
go to sleep !


Magic

the dragon

The Chinese people believe the dragon
is a sign of good will and prosperity!


Maple

the bear (Canada Exclusive)

Maple the Beanie Baby
was the first exclusive
international bear!


Mattie

the cat

Mattie the Beanie Baby was
named after a pet cat owned
by one of Ty's employees !


McWooly

the bear

McWooly stays nice and warm through the winter thanks to his wool coat !


Meekins

the lamb

Lambs' wool is known to be very soft . . . just like Meekins !


Mellow

the bear

Do you know if Mellow the Beanie Baby
was produced both with and without eyebrows?


Millennium

the bear

Millennium the Beanie Baby
commemorates a once in a lifetime event,
making it a once in a lifetime Beanie Baby!


Mom

the bear

Happy Mother's Day !


Mooch

the monkey

Mooch the Beanie Baby
was created in response to repeated requests
from fans for Spider Monkeys!


Mother

the bear

The earliest Mother's Day celebration
can be traced back to the spring
festival of ancient Greece !


Mr.

the bear

The groom's flower, worn on his lapel,
usually matches one of the flowers
in his bride's bouquet !


Mrs.

the bear

Traditionally, each flower in a wedding
bouquet has a special meaning !


Mugungwha

the bear (Korea Exclusive)

Mugungwha is the national flower of Korea.
It is also known as the "Rose of Sharon" !


Mum

the bear

Mum the Beanie Baby
was the first Beanie created
specifically to honor Mothers !


My Mom

the bear

Love To Mom !


Mystic

the unicorn

Mystic the Beanie Baby
was produced with
two different colored horns.


Nanook

the husky

Nanook the Beanie Baby
was the first Beanie to feature
blue eyes rather than black!


Neon

the seahorse

Neon the Beanie Baby
was specifically designed to balance on his tail!


Nipponia

the bear ( Japan Exclusive)

Nipponia the Beanie Baby's name
comes from the word 'Nippon'
which means 'Japan' in Japanese!


Nutty

the squirrel

An adult squirrel needs to eat approximately a pound of food during a week to maintain its high energy level !


Oats

the horse

Oats the Beanie Baby
was the first horse
made into a Beanie Buddy.


Osito

the Mexican bear (USA Exclusive)

Osito the Beanie Baby
was the first USA exclusive that
did not have a US flag!


Parfum

the poodle

France became most associated
with perfumes around the time of
the French Revolution !


Patti

the platypus

Patti the Beanie Baby
was one of the original nine.
Patti was available in both maroon
and magenta!


Peace

the ty-dye bear

Peace the Beanie Baby
was the first Beanie Baby with
an embroidered emblem.
This Ty-dye technique on a soft toy
is the first in the World!


Peace (jumbo)

the ty-dye bear

It takes the same amount of fabric
to produce one jumbo Buddy as it
does to make 25 regular Buddies!


Peace (large)

the tye-dye bear

The larger the Buddy, the longer
the fur and the more difficult
it is to ty-dye the fabric!


Peace (x-large)

the ty-dye bear

The amount of pellets used to fill
one extra large Buddy can fill 75
Beanie Babies!


Peanut

the elephant

Peanut the Beanie Baby
made in this royal blue color
is extremely rare and very valuable!


Peking

the bear

Peking the Beanie Baby
was the first Panda made by Ty.
He was retired after only six months
making him highly collectible!


Periwinkle

the bear

Collectors disagree as to whether
Sunny and Periwinkle the Beanie Babies
were originally planned to be sold via the Internet!


Pierre

the bear (Canada Exclusive)

Pierre the Beanie Baby was the second bear to wear the flag of Canada !


Pinchers

the lobster

Pinchers the Beanie Baby
was one of the original nine
to be introduced in 1993!


Pinky

the flamingo

Pinky the Beanie Baby
was a manufacturing challenge
because of her long neck!


Poofie

the dog

The title, "Best in Show",
means you have won the Grand Prize
in a dog show!


Pooky

the bear

Garfield thinks that Pooky the Beanie Buddy is even more huggable than Pooky the Beanie Baby !


Pooky

the bear

The holidays wouldn't be the same without Pooky wearing his festive hat !


Poopsie

the bear

Poopsie the Beanie Baby was
one of the most controversial bears
ever produced!


Poseidon

the whale

Poseidon, the beanie baby,
was named after the mythological
Greek god of the sea !


Pouch

the kangaroo

Pouch the Beanie Baby's
pattern was used to create
this kangaroo's "joey"!


Pounce

the cat

Pounce was the first Beanie Baby
cat that was made of Ty-dyed fabric!


Prince

the frog

Prince the Beanie Baby
is twice as big as Legs.


Princess

the bear

Princess Approved for Charity
on behalf of the Estate of
DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES.


Pugsly

the dog

Pugsly the Beanie Baby
was difficult to produce because of
the wrinkles in his face!


Pumkin'

the pumpkin

Pumkin' the Beanie Baby
was the first Beanie to represent
a vegetable!


Purr

the cat

Cats are known to purr when they are happy,
but no-one knows exactly how they do it!


Quackers

the duck

Quackers the Beanie Baby
retired in May 1998,
was once made without wings!


Quivers

the ghost bear

Spooky the Beanie Baby was the first ghost Beanie, but Quivers is the first ghost-bear !


Radar

the bat

Radar is the first Beanie Baby
whose name is a palindrome!


Rainbow

the ty-dye chameleon

Rainbow the Beanie Baby
and his friend Iggy loved to switch
tags and colors, making them the
most confusing pair to date!


Ratzo

the rat

More than 35 million pounds of candy corn is produced a year, clearly that's plenty for Ratzo to share !


Red

the bear

Betsy Ross, who stitched together the first
American Flag, was asked to do so
by George Washington !


Regal

the king charles spaniel

Regal the Beanie Baby
escaped from the factory before
his red collar could be put on!


Rescue

the dog

Rescue and Courage the Beanie Babies
raised over $1 million for the New York Police &
Fire Widows' & Children's Benefit Fund
in the first six months!


Rex

the tyrannosaurus

Rex the Beanie Baby
was one of the dinosaur trio.
The poem and birthday for this item
have yet to be discovered!


Righty

the elephant (USA Exclusive)

Lefty and Righty the Beanie Babies
were the first two different Beanies
to share a poem!


Roam

the buffalo

The only Beanie Buddy
created in the likeness of
an original Beanie Baby -
but in a different color!


Romance

the bear

Romance the Beanie Baby was
the first Valentine bear designed
in the "pot belly" style !


Romeo & Juliet

the monkeys

These two loving monkeys were named after the William Shakespeare classic Romeo & Juliet !


Rover

the dog

Rover the Beanie Baby
was the first non-breed dog.
Introduced in the summer of 1996
this red color set him apart!


Roxie

the reindeer

Both male and female reindeer have antlers !


Rufus

the dog

Rufus the Beanie Baby
was inspired by a puppy
that Ty remembered as a child.


Sakura

the bear (Japan Exclusive)

Sakura, created as a Japanese exclusive,
was the first all pink Beanie Baby bear.


Sakura II

the bear (Japan Exclusive)

Sakura, the flower, has been a favorite
theme for Japanese poets for centuries !


Sam

the bear

Some credit Samuel Wilson with creating "Uncle Sam." He was an inspector of army supplies and stamped all inspected goods with the words "UNCLE SAM" !


Sam

the bear

A famous portrait of Uncle Sam was used by the U.S. Army on a recruiting posterduring World War I !


Sam

the bear

In 1817, the Philadelphia Post published a story claiming that Uncle Sam was simply a play on the United States initials U.S. !


Sampson

the dog

When a dog barks it's signaling
that you should be alert !


Santa

the jolly elf

Santa the Beanie Baby
has shed his green mittens and changed
the color of the trim on his hat!


Scared-e

the cat

Scard-e was created with the exact opposite coloring of Fraidy the Beanie Baby !


Schnitzel

the dog

Schnitzel the BEANIE BABY's
favorite treat is Wiener schnitzel,
which is a breaded veal cutlet
that is seasoned or garnished !


Schweetheart

the orangutan

Schweetheart the Beanie Baby
has fabric that is tip dyed. It is made with a
special dying process where only the very
tips are dyed a separate color. It is a very costly and difficult process!


Schweetheart (jumbo)

the orangutan

Ty hadn't originally planned
to make Schweetheart this big,
but his staff insisted that he try it!
What do you think?


Schweetheart (large)

the orangutan

Schweetheart's hand-painted eyes
are very distinctive.
The larger the eye,
the more skillful the painter must be!


Schweetheart (x-large)

the orangutan

This extra large Schweetheart
is almost the same size
as a real orangutan!


Scoop

the pelican



Seal

the seal

This Beanie Baby
was the first and youngest of
two Beanie Baby seals made by Ty!


Secret

the bear

This Beanie Buddy isn't one for keeping a Secret; he displays his feelings for all to see !


Shamrock

the bear

Shamrock proudly wears a symbol
of Irish luck and good fortune
on his chest!


Sherbet

the bear

Sherbet the Beanie Baby
was originally designed to be a
3-piece collection resembling
rainbow sherbet !


Sherbet

the bear

Sherbet the Beanie Baby
was originally designed to be a
3-piece collection resembling
rainbow sherbet !


Sherbet

the bear

Sherbet the Beanie Baby was
designed to be a 3-piece collection
resembling rainbow sherbet !


Sherbet

the bear

Sherbet the Beanie Baby was
designed to be a 3-piece collection
resembling rainbow sherbet !


Shivers

the ghost bear

Halloween in the U.S. involves trick-or-treating, in which children dress up in costumes and go door-to-door in their neighborhood for treats !


Siam

the cat

The country of Thailand was
formerly known as Siam !


Silver

the grey tabby

Silver and Amber the Beanie Babies
were modeled after two orphaned
kittens found by Ty Warner!


Singabear

the bear (Asia-Pacific Exclusive)

In Malay "singa" means "lion"; the
symbol of Singapore !


Sizzle

the bear

Sizzle the Beanie Baby
was named because of his vibrant red fur...
he's red hot!


Slither

the snake

Slither the Beanie Baby
was the first snake made by Ty.
Since his retirement in 1995
he has learned how to coil!


Smooch

the bear

A Ty Employee actually made the kiss print
that is featured on Smooch's fabric!


Smoochy

the frog

Smoochy the Beanie Baby
is the second Beanie Baby frog
made by Ty!


Sneaky

the leopard

Sneaky the Beanie Baby
has very detailed paws.
This attention to detail makes Sneaky
very difficult to manufacture!


Snort

the bull

Snort the Beanie Baby
is the second bull made by Ty.
The first bull did not have hooves!


Snowball

the snowman

Snowball is one of the few
Beanie Babies
wearing a scarf instead of a ribbon.
Do you know the others?


Snowboy

the snowboy

Snowboy the Beanie Baby
was never made. This is the first
and only time this pattern
will be used!


Soar

the eagle
(USA Exclusive)

The bald eagle has been the national symbol
of the United States since June 20, 1782 !


Spangle

the American bear

Spangle the Beanie Baby
is the first Beanie to feature
two distinct patterned fabrics
and three different head colors!


Speckles

the bear

Speckles was the first Beanie Baby
sold only on Ty's website!


Speedy

the turtle

Speedy the Beanie Baby
was one of the first Beanie Babies
to feature printed fabric!


Spinner

the spider

Spinner the Beanie Baby
was the second spider to be made by Ty.
The attention to detail includes a tiger
striped body and red eyes!


SpongeBob FrankenStein
When SpongeBob's self-portrait comes to life in the episode entitled Frankendoodle, chaos ensues !


SpongeBob's Pineapple Home
HOMETOWN: Located in beautiful Bikini Bottom, this spacious two-story fruit bungalow is the perfect starter home for any sponge !
ON THE WELCOME MAT: In the episode titled, "Home Sweet Pineapple," nematodes destroy SpongeBob's beloved home !
SUPER ABSORBENT TRIVIA: When SpongeBob's home was destroyed he decides he should move back in with his parents !


Spooky

the ghost

Spooky the Beanie Baby
was made in two versions:
with and without his red felt mouth!


Sport

the dog

Our friend Sport just loves to play, and catch is his favorite game !


Spring

the bunny

The original prototype of Spring
the Beanie Baby was
white instead of blue !
Which color do you prefer ?


Spunky

the cocker spaniel

Spunky the Beanie Baby
got his name because of the "spunky"
nature of Cocker Spaniels.


Squealer

the pig

Squealer the Beanie Baby
was one of the original nine.
Squealer was so popular that he didn't
retire for over four years!


Star

the angel bear

Our friend Star is a special Beanie Buddy that will watch over you !


Star

the angel bear

Our friend Star is a special Beanie Buddy that will watch over you !


Starlett

the cat

Cats are the most common
house pets in America!


Steg

the stegosaurus

Steg the Beanie Baby
was part of the dino trio.
He is highly sought after
and very collectible!


Stretch

the ostrich

Stretch the Beanie Baby
is one of the most difficult to produce
due to her long neck and numerous parts!


Sundar

the snow leopard

Snow leopards use their long tail for balance and warmth in cold weather !


Sunny

the bear

Sunny and Periwinkle the Beanie Babies
were introduced and then retired
only one week later!


Sweetest

the bear

The earliest known celebration of Sweetest Day took place in Cleveland, Ohio in 1922 !


Swinger


Swoop

the pterodactyl

Swoop the Beanie Baby
was the fourth dinosaur
Beanie Baby made by Ty.


Tangerine

the bear

Will there ever be a Tangerine
the Beanie Baby?


Teddy

the old faced bear

The Teddy teal Beanie Baby
was produced with this style face.
Commonly referred to
as an "old faced" teddy,
his value continues to grow!


Teddy

the cranberry bear

Teddy the Beanie Baby
was made in six colors.
A very limited number were produced
in this special cranberry color!


The Beginning Bear

the bear

The Beginning Bear Beanie Baby
marked the beginning of a new
millennium of Beanie Babies.


The Cardinal

the cardinal

The cardinal Beanie Baby's
wings were originally designed
to be black tipped.


Thomas

the bear

Thomas Jefferson authored the Declaration of Independence !


Thunderbolt

the horse

Horses are measured in "hands"; one hand equals approximately 4 inches !


Top Dog

the dog

Happy Father's Day !


Tracker

the basset hound

Tracker the Beanie Baby
has the most expressive eyes.
Close attention to this detail means
limited production.


Tradee

the bear

Tradee the Beanie Baby
was designed as an introduction
to the Beanie Board of Trade!


Tradition

the bear (Yankees In Stadium Exclusive)

The interlocking NY symbol made its debut on the Yankees uniforms in 1909 !


Trotter

the horse

Trotter is one of a few
Beanie Buddies introduced without
a companion Beanie Baby.
Can you name the others?


True

the bear (Canadian Exclusive)

The maple leaf became the official national symbol of Canada when the current flag was introduced in 1965 !


Trumpet

the elephant

Trumpet the Beanie Baby
was the first elephant made in
a sitting position.


Tumba

the gorilla

Gorillas do not drink water; they receive plenty of moisture from all the foliage that they eat !


Tumba - large

the gorilla

At birth a gorilla normally weighs 4-5 pounds, but as an adult can weigh in at 500 pounds !


Twigs

the giraffe

Twigs the Beanie Baby
was manufactured in fabric
created exclusively for Ty
and was retired in May 1998!


Twitch

the guinea pig

Baby guinea pigs are born with fur, teeth and their eyes open !


Ty 2K

the bear

Ty 2K the Beanie Baby's
name was the result of a play
on words with Y2K!


USA

the bear (USA Exclusive)

The colors of the U.S. flag;
red, white and blue, stand for valor,
purity and perseverance!


Valentina

the bear

Valentina the Beanie Baby
is the true love of Valentino.


Valentina (extra large)

the bear

Extra Large Valentina's heart
is twice as large as
Valentina the Beanie Baby's heart!


Valentina (jumbo)

the bear

Jumbo Valentina is so large
that she is shipped in her own box!


Valentina (large)

the bear

Valentina the Beanie Baby
was born on Valentine's Day.


Valentino

the bear

Valentino the Beanie Baby
was the first bear to feature
embroidery!


Valor

the eagle

President George W. Bush, along with
Congress declared September 11th
of each year as "Patriot Day" !


Vanda

the bear (Singapore Exclusive)

Vanda Miss Joaquim is the full name
of Singapore's national flower.
It is commonly recognized as
a unique variety of orchid !


Veggies

the bunny

Veggies is always willing to share an extra carrot with you !


Waddle

the penguin

Waddle the Beanie Baby
was the first of two penguins
to be made by Ty.
He was retired in April of 1998!


Wallace

the bear

Wallace the Beanie Baby
wore a tartan plaid scarf.
Can you guess which clan?


Wattlie

the bear (Australia Exclusive)

Wattlie named after the spring flowers
of the wattle bush and is regarded
as the national flower of Australia !


Weenie

the dog

Weenie the Beanie Baby
was the first Beanie to stand on
all four paws!


White

the bear

Betsy Ross, who stitched together the first
American Flag, was asked to do so
by George Washington !


White Tiger

the tiger

The White tiger Beanie Baby's
name was inspired by
the winter weather in Chicago!


Whittle

the bear

Bears are omnivores - meaning they'll eat almost anything - but our friend Whittle's favorite treat is honey !


Wirabear

the bear (Asia-Pacific Exclusive)

Wirabear the BEANIE BABY
was dedicated to Malaysian hero,
Hang Tuah !


Woody

the bear

Woody the Beanie Baby was one of the softest Beanie bears ever made !


World Class

the bear (In Stadium Exclusive)

The New York Yankees played their first game at Yankee Stadium on April 18, 1923 !


World Class

the bear

On March 30, 2004, the New York Yankees opened their regular season in Tokyo, Japan !


Wrinkles

the dog

Wrinkles the Beanie Baby
took a long time to make,
due to all the wrinkles in his face!


Yankees Pride

the bear (In Stadium Exclusive)

The Yankees' 26 World Championships and 39 American League Pennants are more than any other team in Major League Baseball history !


Zeus

the moose

Moose may grow to be 7 feet tall and 1,500 pounds. Our Zeus has a lot of growing up to do !


Zip

the cat

Zip the Beanie Baby was
made in three sytles; all white,
black and white and all black!