Thursday, June 18, 2015

Fast Shipping to Australia

Two of our favorite summer fun plastic animals made it to Australia quickly, eliciting this very nice e-mail from one happy customer:

Hi Tapir,

Thank you for your very efficient service! The package you posted on 10th June was delivered to me (in Australia) today, the 18th June!!

Many thanks.


Wow! We can't guarantee arrival that fast to every country every time, but we do our best to make the experience as seamless and pleasant as we can. We ahip quickly, and the arrival time depends on the speed of the mail and how fast it goes through customs in your country. We do everything we can on our end to streamline the process, because we love our overseas customers and hope you will keep coming back!

This blog is sponsored by Tapir and Friends Animal Store.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Happy Customers: Corrine

European Rabbit Figurine

It's always wonderful to have people remind us why we do what we do. This e-mail from Corrine did just that. The reference to choosing something else is because Corrine's daughter REALLY wanted a plastic wombat that was, sadly, discontinued. The rabbit above was part of a previous order that now lives happily in their home. Corinne wrote:

Hi Sheryl:

All your products are wonderful!
We’ll just choose some different ones.
We love going to your website.

We’re happy customers and it’s obvious you care for your customers.
Thanks for being a place where children can buy clean, happy toys! 

Thank you, Corrine! Your letter made me smile!

This blog is sponsored by Tapir and Friends Animal Store.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Need a colorful plastic bird for your Galapagos diorama?

 Plastic Frigatebird

Something of a bully, a frigatebird is a kleptoparasite and steals food from other birds (we really only told you that because we wanted to use the word "kleptoparasite" in a sentence). The odds for other seabirds are evened somewhat by the fact that pirate birds waddle when they walk, don't swim, and are incapable of achieving lift-off from a flat surface. They can, however, stay in the air for a week. Pretty amazing. 

This blog is sponsored by Tapir and Friends Animal Store.

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