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Felted Cat Toy
Give your cat a tasty treat with this felted catnip ball!
These unique cat toys would make an excellent gift for any cat parent or if you like to give your own cats presents on their birthday or for holidays.
My catnip balls are made with 100% wool yarn and spray on catnip. They are machine washable but the catnip spray will need to be reapplied after each wash. Catnip spray is usually available at your local pet store or online.
If your feline isn't fond of catnip, I also offer a nip-free version!
We're happy to create custom products. If you'd like something different please reach out via the custom request button or send me message.
This ball is 1 ½ inches across. It is the perfect size for picking up and carrying around. Other sizes available upon request.
❤ MADE ESPECIALLY FOR YOU:
All of my products are made by hand especially for you. I only have a small amount of each product on hand and each item is made when your order is received. Due to the nature of handmade items, products may differ slightly from the photos and sizes listed.
❤ PROCESSING TIME:
Your product will ship within 5-7 days after purchase.
❤ SHIPPING TIME:
5-7 business days within the US via USPS. Shipping time is an estimate based on shipping dates provided by USPS but is no way guaranteed.
International ship times vary depending upon the country.
Jen, Jeni, Jennifer. I answer to them all. I was born, raised, and married in North Dakota. We moved to Colorado in 2016 after my husband retired from the Air Force. The mountains and the abundance of yarn stores spoke to my soul but being a small(ish) town girl at heart who missed living close to family, we decided to move to Hot Springs at the beginning of 2020. I like to spend my time with my husband and our fur babies, yarning, and photographing all the things.
I was taught to crochet at an early age by my grandmother. What started as a way to entertain a bored teenager turned into a lifelong love of all things fiber and photography. After mastering the basic techniques taught to me, I began teaching myself more intricate patterns and designs and eventually started creating my own patterns. Along the way, I also taught myself to knit, tat, weave, and some basic quilting. I spent years creating things for family and friends, perfecting my skills.
In 2017, I opened an Etsy store and started selling my pieces to the public. My inability to capture the kinds of images I saw on Pinterest and in other Etsy stores led me to ditch my cell phone photography, buy a real camera, and head to the local college. I graduated in May of 2020 with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Photography. I specialize in commercial, event, and animal photos.