Stuffed Rabbit

Squeaky The Stuffed Rabbit

Marty & Squeaky1958

Squeaky the Stuffed Rabbit Marty & Squeaky 1958

This sweet stuffed rabbit was given to a two year old boy who loved him very much. He saved his Squeaky for many years, then bunny was in a flood. They cleaned him up as best they could, but  still looked pretty bedraggled, his squeaker no longer worked, his ears would not stand up, and he was missing an eye.


Then Squeaky, the stuffed rabbit was brought to Forget Me Not Doll Repair to be restored. He was taken all apart to clean him. He was given new stuffing, a new squeaker in his tail, new vintage eyes and the wires in his ears were repaired to stand up again. Then he was put back together and his fur was brushed fluffy. Marty's wife surprised him on Valentine's day with a completely restored Squeaky!

11 Responses

  1. Hey there! I culd have sworn I've been to this site before but after browsing through soje of the post I realized it's new to me. Anyhow, I'm definitely delighted I found it and I'll bbe bookmarking and checking back often!
  2. I need help with my wife's bear. It's wearing out in spots exposing the stuffing. She loves this bear cause her father have it to her ast birth. Help me please
  3. Hello. magnificent job. I did not expect this. This is a fantastic story. Thanks!
  4. Please fill out the <a href="">free doll repair quote</a> , then I could give you an estimate.
  5. I have six Madam Alexander dolls that require some repair. Can you help me? I could not find a phone number on your site. Thanks
  6. I am only taking local repairs at this time.
  7. I understand that you are not accepting dolls for repair at this time. You obviously have excellent doll restoration skills! So perhaps you can give me advice as to how I might proceed. I recently purchased a Madame Alexander portrait doll (21" composition) head, to have an imperfect doll as a "placeholder" for the day when I can find, and afford to purchase, a Godey Lady (if ever). I have a very small doll collection, and all are in far less than pristine condition. I like them that way; I feel that they were loved before they came to me, and they are still very pretty. Anyway, I have a 21" Alexander bridesmaid body that would be suitable (it just needs restringing) BUT what I didn't know is that the head--which I knew was badly crazed--has also been been painted in the areas which are not the expressive parts -- the eyes, eyebrows, and lips are lovely and look original (there is missing eyeshadow, but I don't care), but the rest of the face (the complexion) is pasty, and more than one color. It will not match the body! Is there anything I can do? Thank you so much for any help you can give me! "
  8. Do you know when you’ll be accepting dolls again? I have 1 doll from the late 1980’s. She needs a cleaning and her matted hair (fixed)? I also have 2 stuffed animals, both from the same time frame. Neither need major reworking just a good cleaning. One of which is a long haired cat. He has been my beloved pal since I was a child. His fur is matted but he’s in good condition otherwise. The other is a Toys “R” Us exclusive Geoffrey doll they put out every year. He is mostly intact as well. He’s dirty and needs a good cleaning. I carried him with his neck in the crook of my arm. His neck could use a tad bit of stuffing. My grandmother hand stitched a small hole in his neck and I don’t mind if it remains. It’s his character and reminders of memories past. These 3 childhood treasures were just found in my grandmothers attic after she passed away on December 3, 2017 rather unexpectedly. Having my treasures cleaned and able to snuggle once again would bring me great joy. Thank you, Ashley Larson
  9. If you are local, you may make an appointment to bring them in. Otherwise I have a 2 year wait list.
  10. If you are local, you may call for an appointment and I will evaluate your precious toys and give you an estimate.
  11. The only way to make the head match the body is to restore and repaint the head.

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