Baby Lion Costume
Any baby is cuddly no matter what they are wearing, but when they are all furry looking and cozy in that adorable baby lion costume, admit it, they are even more irresistible!
Although our little ones really aren’t carnivores till they are past the 6-9 month stage, they certainly have ferocious appetites! the lion’s clubs are ready for a tasty meal of meat at around 6 weeks. That doesn’t change the fact though that they are more than willing to nurse off momma lion until they are around two.
The mane on this costume is almost bigger than the baby wearing it but it is is ooh so cute! It is impossible not to want to give this lion cub a great big hug, in fact several of them, when they are ready to be carried out the door for trick or treating.
The body suit is heavy enough to keep them warm but roomy enough to let them squirm around. Domed legs allow for easy diaper changing. Walking or not those lion booties will certainly accommodate the cub on the move.
Give that growing cub of yours some plush cuteness with this adorable Tom Arma Lion costume.
The little guy will be thrilled with the shiny ribbons and you will find it heart warming to see those big lion/cub smiles when he is all dressed and ready to go out trick or treating!
Your little cub is going to love the bright and bold colors of this gorgeous costume (the yellow is more bold than you see in the picture). The jumpsuit is flannel, and for the cub who is still a little unsteady on his feet, the non-skid soles are a bonus.
A multi-colored rainbow yarn mane fringe on the lion hood really makes this cutie stand out! Leg snaps allow for easy diaper changes. This adorable costume is part of the Noah’s Ark collection of baby animal costumes.
Once you have seen your youngster in this outfit you are going to hate to take him out of it, and he probably will to. It is very comfortable and warm but not overly warm.
He will be allowed to roam around and perhaps going looking for his lioness for some food. The colors in this bodysuit are plush and the contrast of the mane make it look most impressive.
Interesting Facts About the Baby Lions
- Most female lions give birth to usually 2-3 lion cubs in a litter and they generally weigh around 3 lbs.
- Though most lion cubs are taken care of by their mothers, if food is scarce they can be neglected or even abandoned.
- On most occasions, more than one lioness will give birth at the same time, so the cubs all grow up together like a big family.
- Lion cubs become capable hunters at around 2 years of age and are full grown by the time they hit 5-6.
- One of the most famous lion cubs is the fictional character named Simba in the animated box-office hit the Lion King. Here’s a neat site to make your own Simba costume, though I think any infant lion costume will do!