Welcome to the Pets page. On this page you will find listed every pet belonging to every Lalaloopsy character in existence. Many pets come in both mini and large versions, however some only come in mini versions. Each pet is categorized by their genre or geographical origin, such as marine life or jungle life.
Insect & Bug Pets
Jungle / Zoo Pets
- Charlotte Charades' pet is the first ambiguous animal, its shadow hints at it being a dog but everybody just refers to it as a generic pet.
- Little Bah Peep was the first character to have more than one pet. However, her full size doll only includes one of her two sheep.
- Curls 'N' Locks is the only character with more than two pets.
- Cinder Slippers' mouse was the first full size pet with the new improved body including actual arms and legs.
- Ivory Ice Crystals' full size polar bear is the first and only soft textured pet.
- Originally it was commonly conceived that the white rabbit belonged to Wacky Hatter and the pink Cheshire cat belonged to Alice due to the placement of the pets alongside each character in their mini edition packaging, however this was proven to be a misconception upon Alice's full size release in early 2013 when the white rabbit was included with her.
- Even though a baby sheep is classified as a lamb, Blanket Featherbed refers to her pet as "Little Sheep" according to the episode Sleepless in Lalaloopsy Land.
- Snowy Fairest's squirrel comes in two variations of different shades of brown.
- Toffee Cocoa Cuddles' chocolate dog has appeared in both milk chocolate (brown) and white chocolate, making it the first pet to appear in different colors entirely.
- Tuffet Miss Muffet's spider was the first pet that could be carried in a doll's hand.
- Harmony B. Sharp's cat acts as a rattle and can be shaken to create noise.
- The edible pet family has the highest number of members, which goes to highlight the abundance of sweet treats in Lalaloopsy Land.
- The pets must have birthdays, just like their owners; it was Peanut Big Top's elephant's birthday in the movie Lalaloopsy: Festival of Sugary Sweets.