You Can Adopt April’s Pet Of The Month!


The Ostrich is our Pet of the Month for April 2020!


They may be a flightless bird, but one look at the Webkinz Ostrich is sure to make your heart soar! This fine-feathered friend needs to keep moving, so get those long legs in motion on their Grassland Treadmill! When your Ostrich is feeling a little peckish, some Locust Jerky will really hit the spot!


Adopt the Ostrich in April, and you’ll get a loot bag full of surprises and a Pet of the Month prize you can’t get anywhere else!



And don’t forget—you can get the virtual version of the Ostrich at the Ganz eStore!



Want to enhance the Pet of the Month experience?

Why not join the Webkinz Virtual Pet of the Month Club?


Click here to learn more about the Pet of the Month Club!


You may find this and much more at eStore!

24 Responses to You Can Adopt April’s Pet Of The Month!

  1. twdfan says:

    i name mine donnie

  2. Ireanamonica says:

    I think she’s cute when she flies, even if she is not supposed to.

  3. neongum says:

    It’s so strange but I adopted an ostrich from a plush code on April 4, and didn’t receive the pet of the month loot bag until I logged out and logged back in again. It didn’t seem normal. Glitches are not fun, but this pet is really cute! Her name is Peppy Springsteps. I’m not sure which prize to choose. Is there an expiration date on pet of the month gift boxes, or will it stay in my dock until I open it?

  4. dippyear says:

    I named mine Ozi Mandy :)

  5. netge says:

    I called mine Richie. I find he doesn’t move very well, have been having problems getting him to walk where I want him to even though there are no obstructions, very odd.

  6. gml1939 says:

    Well, I, too, am disappointed that my Ostrich does not use her long legs on her PSI trampoline :-( The trampoline would have been perfect for her to get exercise as well as have fun! Wish it had been thought all the way thru. She’s still a cutie though :-)

  7. Alphaowlbear says:

    Why does the above description state that it is a flightless bird and that it’s long legs will get in motion on the PSI treadmill?? This particular ostrich flies, it doesn’t walk on it’s treadmill either. Sorry, Ganz, but your description of this pet is very misleading.

    • barkopinko1916 says:

      the dodo, and all ostriches should’ve had walking animations but they were tossed to the flying skeleton. brilliant

      • outgoinglyshy says:

        Yes! Exactly. Ostriches are flightless birds. The ostrich is very cute but it’s very disappointing to see that it flies rather than walks. And yes, the walking bird would’ve been perfect on it’s treadmill. What a shame. Maybe they can fix this? It really should be changed if anyone sees this that can help. ;)

  8. ojibwa says:

    Why does the ostrich fly? Shouldn’t it walk?

  9. KorrasCuties says:

    I got an Ostrich code from my POTM club. Please help me find her a cool name…

    • mfaull says:

      Olivia? Olive? Ophelia?

    • Beckinz8 says:

      It would be a stretch, but how about “Harriet”? From The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, “Aussie” and Harriet (see what I mean about it being a stretch?) ;-) Ava means “bird” and Amala means “bird, beloved”. Sadira means ostrich, which is pretty cool. (I had no idea that there was a name that meant ostrich!) Congrats on your new webbie family member! I hope that your search for a name is as fun and swift as she is!

      • Katz1259 says:

        LOL Beckinz8 when I started reading your post I thought you were suggesting the name “Stretch” for their ostrich and I thought that was a cool name. hahahahaha *sigh, yes I am weird!*

        • Beckinz8 says:

          Yay! We are probably all at least a little weird here. That’s why we all get along so well! And yes, “Stretch” could work too, because of those long legs and that long neck. Happy whatever you might be celebrating in the coming weeks my friend! We celebrate Easter, but our church is connecting virtually for a Passover Seder this coming Thursday because we have Jewish members in our congregation. We have enjoyed Passover Seders in previous years and they are really cool. I love all of the symbolism on the seder plate. We’ve been streaming our church services, and so many people are viewing that it is really encouraging. I’m praying that you and our whole WW community stay healthy and safe. Talk to you soon @Katz1259!

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