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The JP Dream project owls are pure white, love them. Anyways the US Treefellow's from the original 80's release only has 2 children where they UK version has 3... so in my mind they are different families.

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JP Dream Project Owls:Mooneys
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As you can see the Plumes are greyish, the Mooneys are brillant white emoticon
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But Eaton it wouldn't be the same if Epoch, Tomy, Flair and Int'l Playthings made and named everything in a consistent manner. emoticon Changing to closed hands randomly, changing clothing ever so slightly between releases, different names between UK and US identical families but no names on Japan. Several names for the same family i.e. Chiffon, Doughty, Sunnybrook Spaniels. It does make your head spin. emoticon Maybe it'll be more consistent with Epoch taking over for Flair. But I'm afraid over here in Calico Critter Land things will always be strange. IPT just keeps doing random things like making closed handed versions of the same exact family they've been selling all along and releasing new families like the Sea Otters who had perfectly appropriate names and decided to give them different names. Thank goodness I had already ordered the UK version with the good names. These poor collectors who buy every release from every country wouldn't have to spend as much if the manufacturers would keep it a little consistent. I do like when there are some figures and families specific to one country but not different versions of every family.
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