Found this on the wonderful Nothing To Do With Arbroath blog.
Martin Kittsteiner is a German toymaker who has come with a whole range of cuddly toys with various forms of mental illness and anguish, for example:
Dub is a depressed turtle — ‘Being an animal more accustomed to a relaxed pace, life in the fast lane has caught up with our patient, sending him into a deep depression. Can you help him to come out of his shell once more and enjoy life on the outside? Help Dub to rediscover life – slowly this time!’
Sly is a snake with body issues — ‘The patient’s inner conflict must be interpreted as a sign of an ambivalent relationships towards its own body. Combined with the fascination of an apparently much more potent-seeming substitute rattle, we suspect the manifestation of a deeply rooted rattle complex. Of course, the enclosed substitute rattle should not be in use on a permanent basis and should only serve as a transitional object.’