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In terms of the physical stuffed animal: The Caring Valley Pets are the same as the standard Webkinz Pets. The difference is in an additional tag (like the Webkinz Cares tags) that has a seperate code providing access to the Valley and your sapling seeds.
The Signature Pets are higher quality and more detailed stuffed animals. The virtual pet, after adopting, come with a larger pet specific item, a wish token, and an item from The Signature room theme.
The signature pets is more money too. About 30.00 is what I was told. I saw ne of he Pandas, it is bigger and has a finer texture, it was very soft to the touch. I also got the caring valley panda it seems the same as the other panda in the line. I have not added it to my account yet, so I am not sure as to the psi. The cost for this Panda was the same as a new large Webkinz. HAPPY EASTER
The signature pet is a pet which looks more realistic, and costs more. It comes with an e-store quality PSI and an extra item from the signature theme.
The caring valley pet costs as much as a normal webkinz, and is one, just it comes with a special tag. This allows you to plant a tree in caring valley
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