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A new set of advertisements has started running on the Webkinz Newz site for Ganz' new line of "Webkinz Signature" pets. One of the new ads seems to show a Chimpanzee peeking out from a curtain. Ganz has confirmed that the first pet in the new series will be the Signature Panda. Could a "Signature Chimpanzee" be the next pet? We'll just have to wait and see.
Re: Possible New Signature Pet Discovered in Advertisement
ok here is my opinion on these pets
ganz just wants us to spend even more money than we are
these signature pets, the estore, those kinz clips, those "caring valley" pandas
i think that it is just a little stupid i mean, just some webkinz was enough, but now you need kinz style, trading cards, charms, figures. Even all those things make me kind of mad, but now you are going to need all these things . sorry just my opinion. I mean, they are cute yes, but i really think that they are just a sam to get us to spend MORE money on all this webkinz stuff. I love webkinz, but to be "good" at webkinz you need to buy all this stuff. me and ganz( the wall) i so rather ganz make more cool new webkinz, than waste their time on this stuff
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