Help me identify my dear teddy bear friend.
by Rose Baker
I have posted about Jenkins on here once before but I will do it one more time as I am still looking for a replacement for him. I am a 19 year old woman with autism and I also have a severe panic and anxiety problem. I cannot sleep at night without my teddy bear. This little guy was given to me 7 years ago from my Great Grandmother who has since passed away. She had gotten Jenkins from a thrift store and did not have tags when he was brought to me.
This is Jenkins, he is a white bear and he has artificial plush fur. Jenkins has an ovular muzzle and has no mouth stitched/sewn onto the muzzle. He has a bright red nose made of thread. He has shaggy and short fur on his body that somewhat goes into his eyes. The eye's itself are dark brown and made of hard plastic, his right eye has melted slightly after an accidental trip in the dryer. He Has short and stubby arms and legs with fur cracking around his paws from age.
He also has a deep red velvet bowtie and on that bowtie in cursive used to be the phrase "I love you". Jenkins also has a short stubby tail that does not have any stuffing in it. Though there is a possibility the stuffing from his tail has somehow entered his body after being hugged so many times.