47 days ago

Hippo plush toy for sale

Hayden from Johnsonville

Hi everyone,
My little sister has this cute hippo plush toy that she no longer plays with that she would like to sell to earn pocket money for a camp early next year. It is in near new condition.

The hippo is about 25 cm high and wide.

Please PM me or email me at haydenthemonkey@gmail.com for more information

Negotiable

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