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Catit Linen Toy with Raffia - Green Fish

Catit Terra Toys are made from all-natural materials including linen, raffia and cornhusk. These cat toys are designed to engage your cat's natural instincts and provide your pet with hours of chasing, pouncing and playing fun. Catit Terra Toys use minimal recycled packaging to further reduce their ecological footprint. Made from natural linen with raffia fish (green). Catnip included.

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CatitLinen Toy with Raffia - Green Fish

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Fantastic - cats loved it

By Jenn the cat-mom

from Baltimore, MD

About Me Long-time Pet Owner


  • Cat Likes It
  • Durable
  • Fun


    Best Uses

    • Active Cats
    • House Cats
    • Leave Around The House

    Comments about Linen Toy with Raffia - Green Fish:

    My cats loved this toy from day one. It's great for them to toss around, chew, etc. They eventually ripped the little bones out and only recently tore the head off (after at least one year), which is a testament to how much they loved playing with this little fish. The fact that the bones come out could be a concern if your cats are likely to choke on them - though I didn't have any of those problems.

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