In fairness this edit was essentially correct. There were all sorts of Little People animals released as part of the playsets. I think it's possible that the only non-person "hollow cylinder" animal was a dog (unless you want to count the SS characters, or the chickens which were hollow but not cylinders). However that's not really how the page is written.
Little People themselves were redesigned at some point and are no longer cylinders with holes; I know that in the newer sets a range of animals fit into the "spots" for them in the schoolbus.
I just took the "people and dogs" bit out as the best way to handle it, just saying figures (at the time of the SS figures and until they were changed for reasons of child safety, yeah, dogs were the only ones that fit that way as other animals were either smaller or larger with moving limbs, but none of that's relevant for us).
i knew what the martains did in elmopalooza. they we're on their way to radio city musical hall to be guests on late night with conan o'brain when their spaceship overheated at rosswell, new mexico. so they hitched a ride in grover's limo. As they made it to radio city music hall, Grover was about to find a parking lot but the adults, the penguins and the martains got out. later as they we're interviewed big bird pass them and conan ask if big bird's a friend of them.
Hey, not to be rude but if you can stop changing my edits on the Wilkins and Wontkins page, that would be nice. I did “check my resources” and the information was found not too long ago and you might have not known which is probably why it keeps getting changed. Again, this isn’t some sort of attack or anything. Just throwing this out there.
Here's the trade ad, sans watermarks, as it appeared in Billboard the week of February 19, 1994 (so after the listed street date). The ad says "will air on PBS this March" but I haven't found any TV listings for it online. It's not impossible (or one of those "random station sticks it on during a pledge drive" situation), but not confirmed and plans could have easily changed.