Stuffed Animal Deer

It’s not surprising that we’ve all fallen in love with deer: ever since Walt Disney released the book Bambi, a Life in the Woods (1923) as an animated film in 1947, the creature cannot be erased from the collective memory. We often refer to small deer as “bambis” and we refer to someone with big, innocent eyes as having “Bambi eyes”. Bambi (1947) has been loved for generations and a few tears are shed at every viewing. In case you’re looking for a stuffed animal deer that looks like Bambi, you’ve come to the right place!

Buy a Stuffed Animal Deer

Here are some of the cutest, most lovable plushie deer! These cuties will redirect you to our partner site; buying a stuffed animal through our website helps us support the conservation of the world’s wild cat population.

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Deer plushie characteristics

Plushie deer are related to plushie moose. They have a thick coat consisting of a long, velvety undercoat and a tousled outer coat. You can recognize most fawns by their brown fur with white spots. Male deer have large and impressive antlers that grow annually and fall off naturally after the resting season. With stuffed animals, however, you are in luck: they keep their beautiful antlers!

You can encounter deer on an everyday basis, while hiking in the great outdoors. Red deer and fallow deer live here. You can tell these species apart fairly easily, as fallow deer often have mottled fur with a black stripe down their back. There is also a difference in their antlers; for example, a red deer has razor-sharp spiked antlers and a fallow deer has hoe antlers.

Famous Deer (available as stuffed animals)

Besides the aforementioned superstar Bambi (and his girlfriend Feline), there are other deer that you may quickly recognize. In the movie Open Season (2006), we were introduced to Elliot, a mule deer who befriended a tame grizzly bear named Boog. When Boog’s owner leaves him in the wild, Elliot helps him adjust to living in the forest. In addition, of course, we’re all familiar with Santa’s reindeer, and for those who love classics, the orphaned dear Flag from The Yearling (1946) will stir up warm feelings. Flag first appeared in the Pulitzer Prize-winning book The Yearling (1938) by American writer Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.

Finally, we mention the purple Mime from the gruesome animated series Happy Tree Friends (1999). Mime is a deer known for his stupid but funny antics. Mime is a real clown, who often performs crazy stunts. Although he does not utter words, he communicates with his hands and by making gestures. Of course, like the other animals in the series, he often comes to a violent end.

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