Jazwares’ Squishmallows party with the Kardashians

Squishmallows’ Cam the Cat recently had a very special invite to Khloe Kardashian’s house for her daughter True’s 4th birthday party in Los Angeles.

It would seem the whole Kardashian family have a huge love for the brand with Kim also posting several Instagram stories about her family’s growing collections.

The lavish cat-themed party saw a host of celebrity guests in attendance. Children played in a ball pool filled with Squishville 2” Blind Squishmallows and a whole host of larger kitty-themed Squishmallows.

It was Cam the Cat who stole the show arriving to dance with True and her cousins as they hugged and laughed with the larger than life character mascot. It was clear from their faces and the squeals from the mums that Cam the Cat was the highlight of the event.

The appearance was documented live to Khloe’s 234 million Instagram followers and was covered in the global press including E Online, MTV, Daily Mail Online and Life & Style.

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