FIG CAT TOYS! Forget the cheap plastic rattles and balls for cats. These fig toys are perfectly sized for playing fetch and batting around. They're designed for cats and encourages play time with their humans too. Treat your furry friend to a quality toy set that even their humans will love =^..^=
PLUSH, NON-TOXIC, PET-SAFE MATERIALS - Munchiecat’s toys are thoughtfully made using non-toxic, pet-safe materials so you can feel good about offering them to your furry friend. Contrary to popular cat toys like cat wands, we stay away from decorative strings, feathers, or small parts that can break off and cause choking hazards. Our simple designs are safe and durable.
KEEPS YOUR CAT HEALTHY - This 2-Pc Fig set offers textures and sounds that keep your playful cat stimulated. They're made in small batches to ensure freshness and quality, with ultra-soft minky fabric, polyester fiber, organic catnip, and crinkle paper securely sewn inside.
THE PURRFECT PARTY GIFT - Is it your cat’s birthday? Has a friend or family member adopted a cat? Then this is the perfect addition to any gift basket that both cat lovers and their cats will love =^..^=
TWO PAWS UP - We know just how finicky felines can be. Each cat has their own unique preference for toys. If your kitty doesn't absolutely LOVE their new toys and meowing for more, we will refund your money, no questions asked!
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