Just like many other toy lines in the 1980s, the Cabbage Patch Kids line included poseable figures. The poseable figures were smaller versions of the dolls and had rubbery plastic bodies with arms and legs that could move. Their hair was often a combination of molded plastic and real yarn pigtails, braids, etc. Some of the Cabbage Patch Kids toys that were available in McDonald's Happy Meals also had arms and legs that could move.
Although "poseable," many of the figures had only limited movement, such as girl figures whose dresses prevented them from being able to sit down even though their legs could twist.