Like Cabbage Patch Kids and Neonate Babies, the adoption process is part of the Fugglers experience, but unlike those other toys, Fugglers are officially described as being "filthy weirdos" that can "sabotage your own happiness" and make you "immediately regret your decision." That's all said in jest (or is it?) from the new custodians at Spin Master, who are either responsible for "breeding" the beasts, or capturing them using their "humane and industry-leading Fuggler-wrangling techniques." That's assuming you believe that the Fugglers aren't just a toy, and as you stare into their Coraline-esque vacant button eyes, you just may realize that there's a dark, yet loving soul that's housed within their soft plush bodies.
Our Fuggler has been part of the family for a few months now and hasn't caused too much trouble, so I'm calling this a Rock Father-approved situation. They're safe for kids ages 4 and up, but Fugglers love human companions of all ages.
Please keep in mind that if you're buying a Fuggler as a gift, the MSRP is just $14.99. Based on style and availability, these little ones have become a popular item on the secondary market, so if you see a higher price, chances are you're seeing it offered by a third-party seller.