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I'm going to temporarily assume you mean at home.
First off, you can't just stick it in the washing machine. Webkinz shouldn't be submersed in water. You can hand wash the surface with warm or cold water and soap, possibly detergent. Don't use bleach either, as it will probably turn your pet white.
Online, you buy a bathtub, put it in your room, and click on it to put your pet in it.
Yeah, with some stuffed objects, if you put them through the wash, the stuffing becomes unfluffy, if that makes any sense. Also, it can be really hard to get all the soap out and get it completely dry. I would think the older webkinz would be easier to wash because of the way their fur is done. The softer fur on the new webkinz might not do as well in the wash, but I haven't tried it. The mesh bag is definitely a must when putting stuffed animals through the wash, because long fur getting stuck in the rotor/center thing isn't very good.
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