Pets, People & The Planet
Order before December 15 for delivery by Christmas Eve.
On Orders Over $99
of the 2019 Editor's Choice awards
99 in stock
Of course cats love sushi! Cats love tossing these around and chasing them. The pack comes with three 3″ sushi pieces.
ORIGINAL DESIGN SINCE 2013: We set the standard for wool pet beds and toys made in Nepal. We designed and created the first wool pet caves made in Nepal, and are the largest producer of them in the country.
NATURALLY ENGAGING AND HEALTHY: Lanolin has a mild affect similar to catnip and for many cats, all natural wool toys are their favorite. The rough edges of wool fibers help to clean plaque off your cat’s teeth and keep claws clean while they play.
FAIR TRADE AND SUSTAINABLE: For us, it’s more than just words; we are an ethical business you can trust. As members of the Fair Trade Federation and Pet Sustainability Coalition, we complete a thorough vetting of our labor and environmental practices every year.
QUALITY YOUR PET CAN’T RESIST: Our blend of Himalayan and New Zealand wools is rich in lanolin, which naturally attracts pets and is good for their health. Lanolin conditions paws and helps to keep fur healthy and shiny, and the scent reminds your pet of their mother.
100% NATURAL FIBERS ARE 100% SAFE: We use safe, non-toxic dyes and there are no synthetic microfibers that may be harmful for your pet if they are ingested.
HARMLESS FOR THE PLANET: Our sustainable production minimizes impact on the environment; the only materials used are wool, water and soap. Natural materials mean that there are no harmful microfibers leaving their trace on our planet.
GOOD FOR PEOPLE: Your toy was handcrafted with love by women artisans in Nepal, and your purchase supports them and their families with a fair living wage and a secure working environment.
EASY CARE: The lanolin in the wool is anti-microbial and odor resistant which keeps your pet’s toy naturally clean. If necessary, it can be spot cleaned with a sponge.
This toy is for pets only. It is 100% natural wool, but you should monitor your pet’s behavior with the toy. If they are tearing apart the toy or ingesting the wool, it is not an appropriate toy for your pet.