New ‘Star Wars’ Loth-Cat and ‘Luca’ Machiavelli Plush Cuddleez at Disneyland Resort

Snuggle up with these two new Cuddleez plush available at Disneyland Resort. We found both a “Star Wars” Loth-cat plush and “Luca” Machiavelli plush in World of Disney at Downtown Disney District.

Loth-Cat Plush – $39.99

Loth-cats are native to Lothal and were most prominently featured in “Star Wars Rebels.” They have also appeared in “The Mandalorian” and “Ahsoka.”

This Loth-cat is yellow-orange, with brown spots and a white underbelly.

Like most Cuddleez plush, the Loth-cat is depicted asleep on its stomach, with a contented smile.

It has black feet and a thick tail.

Machiavelli Plush – $39.99

Machiavelli is the pet of Massimo, Giulia’s dad, in “Luca.”

He’s a round, black and white cat with fuzzy eyebrows.

Machiavelli is suspicious of Luca and Alberto after quickly realizing they are sea monsters.

Will you be adopting either of these new Cuddleez plush? Let us know in the comments.


“Ahsoka” follows Ahsoka Tano, Anakin Skywalker’s now grown-up padawan as she attempts to stop Imperial Grand Admiral Thrawn from returning to the galaxy. Ahsoka first debuted in the 2008 “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” film, voiced by Ashley Eckstein. In live-action, she’s portrayed by Rosario Dawson.

In “Ahsoka,” the former Jedi is joined by her own padawan, Sabine Wren, who was voiced by Tiya Sircar in “Star Wars Rebels.” Natasha Liu Bordizzo portrays her in “Ahsoka.” Sabine cares for a Loth-cat in the early episodes of “Ahsoka.”

All eight episodes of “Ahsoka” have premiered on Disney+. A second season has not yet been announced.



“Luca” is a 2021 Pixar film that takes place on the Italian Riviera. It focuses on Luca Paguro (Jacob Tremblay), a young sea monster who lives underwater. He and fellow sea monster Alberto Scorfano (Jack Dylan Grazer) turn into humans when they are out of the water and take regular visits to the town Portorosso, befriending human Giulia Marcovaldo (Emma Berman). The trio team up to participate in a triathlon, with hopes of winning money for a Vespa to travel the world with.

“Luca” is available to watch on Disney+.

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