Coobie (sometimes referred to as Foobie on the box) is Furby Fake. Coobie's, like many Furby fakes, speak Furdish.  


Coobie is one of the several knock-off Furby's that are almost identical in appearance to a few other Furby knock-offs including Poopi and Purby. Coobie is very similar to the Furby, but with teddy bear-like arms and legs and paws which may or may not have paw pads. Coobie comes in a few unique color variations. Coobie's eyes can either come in silver, a combination of green and blue, blue with yellow surrounding the pupil, or even have different shades of purple in their eyes. Coobie's beak has a brighter shade of yellow than a Furby's beak.


Only one piece of merchandise for Coobie is known to exist. Just like how there is an official Furby album released in Spain called Furby Mix, there is an official Spanish Coobie CD by Knife Publishing called Canta con Coobie. This album consists of fourteen songs including:

  1. Familia Coobie
  2. El Rap Del Coobie
  3. Valmos Al Tren
  4. De Excursión   
  5. El Estornudo de Coobie
  6. Coobie Tiene Sueño
  7. El Flautista
  8. Cumpleaños Feliz
  9. Twist Del Coobie
  10. Coobie Tiene Hambre
  11. El Rock Del Coobie
  12. Coobie Te Quiere
  13. Mi Aburrido
  14. Villancico Coobie

Unlike Furby Mix, Canta Con Coobie seems to have a list of original songs sung by a Coobie. Furby Mix, on the other hand, has a list of popular songs created by other artists which was dubbed in a Furby's voice. More information on Furby Mix can be read here.


According to a description of Coobie from a seller's website, Coobie came from a place called "Happy Planet". The story mentions a few other knockoff Furbys which live on Happy Planet. It refers to Papara as Coobie's grandfather and Furby as Coobie's brother. It also mentions that Furdy, Habby, and Poobee, along with many other fake Furbys live on the planet. However, Coobie's planet moved out of orbit, and as a result, Coobie and the other fake Furbys that lived on the planet headed towards Earth. [1]


  • The Japanese version of some Coobies come with a manual that says "Loobie" instead of Coobie; this could be a possible printing error since the Japanese version of the toy has the word "Coobie" all over the box.
  • Coobies with paw pads are known to have a tag attached to themselves which says "Coobie Toys" like how Furby's have a tag that say "Tiger Electronics". *Coobies without paw pads do come with a tag, but the tag won't say "Coobie Toys" on it.
  • It has been suggested that Coobies without paw pads could be an earlier version of the toy.[2]




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