The Story of Duffy the Disney Bear

Most Disney fans knows who Duffy the Disney Bear is.  You have probably seen him on various social media, in the Disney Stores and of course in the theme parks and resorts.  But do you know the story about how Duffy came to be? Here is the story from Disney, enjoy.


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One day, Mickey Mouse was getting ready to set sail on a long sea voyage. Minnie Mouse made him a special teddy bear to take with him so he would never be lonely. Minnie presented her hand sewn bear to Mickey in a duffel bag. Mickey loved the bear and named him Duffy.

As Mickey and Duffy sailed on their journey, they visited all sorts of exciting places and made new friends along the way. At the end of their travels, they sailed back home for a wonderful reunion with Minnie.

Mickey and Duffy shared their magical memories and photos with Minnie, who was thrilled that Duffy was such a great friend and companion for Mickey.

Here is Duffy in some of different themed outfits.

Duffy Outfits

Duffy is one busy bear who loves to travel! If you’re a fan of Duffy the Disney Bear on Facebook, be sure to tag him in pictures or post the pictures to Duffy’s timeline and your picture could be featured in his “Fan Photo Album”!

Duffy Pics

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Scott

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