Ah, the 80s were a fluffy, happy time. Take for example, The Care Bears...
Care Bears first appeared in a line of American Greetings greeting cards created in 1981. Their popularity soon outgrew the limited exposure provided by greeting cards, propelling the Bears into the world of toys, books, television, and cinema (The Care Bears Movie, The Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation, and The Care Bears Adventures in Wonderland). They also spawned the Care Bear Cousins, a group of non-ursine animals who also encouraged people to care.
The Care Bears are a group of very colorful Bears whose mission is to help people care. Each bear specializes in a different area of caring, and their names match their prevailing personality (conveniently, there are also symbols on their tummies so you don't mix them up). They live in Care-A-Lot, a magical place in the sky filled with rainbows and clouds (cared for by The Cloudkeeper). They travel down to Earth via the Cloudmobile. When they meet up with a bad guy, the Care Bears join together and implement the Care Bear Stare, which gives the baddie* warm fuzzy feelings.
*Keep in mind, Care Bears villains tend to be crazies who want to steal feelings or something like that.
The Bears (with their colors and symbols):
Bedtime Bear - Blue, with a moon and star
Birthday Bear - Orange, with a cupcake
Champ Bear - Orange, with a trophy
Cheer Bear - Pink, with a rainbow
Day Dream Bear - Orange, with heart balloons
Forest Friend Bear - Tan, with a bear and rabbit
Friend Bear - Orange, with flowers
Funshine Bear - Yellow, with a sun
Good Luck Bear - Green, with a four leaf clover
Grams Bear - Gray, with a rose
Grumpy Bear - Blue, with a cloud
Harmony Bear - Purple, with hearts
Love-A-Lot Bear - Pink, with hearts
Secret Bear - Orange, with a lock
Share Bear - Purple, with a fountain soda
Surprise Bear - Blue, with a box
Take Care Bear - Orange, with an apple
Tenderheart Bear - Brown, with a heart
True Heart Bear - Multicolored, with a star
Wish Bear - Turquoise, with a shooting star
The Care Bears are, frighteningly enough, still around. They're enjoying a more relaxed work schedule than they had in the 80s, perhaps an after-effect of the Care Bears / Strawberry Shortcake / Smurf wars.
Official Care Bears website: http://www.care-bears.com/