April 9, 2019
We Have Something Very Egg-citing to Share With You!
We’re thrilled to announce that we have recently discovered the newest (and oldest) species of Pusheen— Dinosheens! Our research has yielded valuable information about the lifestyles of these six prehistoric creatures. Below is a summary of our findings.
The Pterodactyl is a precious purple Dinosheen with magnificent flappy wings (made for both flying and hugging). If you need a pal that keeps her feet on the ground but her head in the clouds, look no further than The Brachiosaurus. With three times the horns and three times the cuteness, this next Dinosheen is the absolute tops. You can usually find the Triceratops Dinosheen hiding among the flowers.
The lovely orange Raptor Dinosheen is the most claw-some of them all. Our research suggests that she may be fierce, but her real power is in her smile. Also in her toes. Watch out for the toes…
And then, of course, there’s the Queen of the Dinosheens— The Tyrannosaurus Rex! Tiny hands are the standard among Dinosheens, so her defining feature are actually her big feet (or “stompy stomps” as we like to call them in the scientific community). Rounding out this prehistoric pack is the original Dinosheen herself, the classic Pusheenosaurus! She sports spikes all down her back and a grumpy expression capable of scaring off any potential predator.
The most exciting discovery of all? Mini Dinosheen blind eggs are now available in the Pusheen Shop! Unearth your very own Dinosheen egg and reveal what new friend is hiding inside. Crack open the mystery and collect all eight!