Kidz 'N Cats

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I have four Kidz 'n Cats dolls: Jakob, Nikola, Galina, and Robby (in the order I got them). Plus I have several of the outfits. Eventually I'd like to have good pictures of all my KnC items here.

I love these dolls! They are just about my ideal for a play doll: they display well with my Carpatina/Magic Attic/Just Pretend dolls, they share clothing fairly well with those doll lines, their faces are lovely, they are excellent quality, there are boys, and they have joints. That's a lot to love about them! If they were cheaper and I had more space, I'd have lots more of them.

My KnC dolls live in my master bedroom sitting area. They have a little doll couch and chair with a rug on the floor.

As it is, I'll probably stick with the four I have though I love the new, dark-skinned Niki and Sophie's outfit is amazing! I wouldn't mind trading my Nikola for a curly redhead (sorry Nikola) because she and Gisela are both brunettes. Actually, I'd like to have one of each face mold, or at least all but the Pouty face since that one doesn't do a lot for me.

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