Profeline - Cat Toy WoollyRattus
An adorable, woolen rat from the Profeline CatToys Pure Wool Collection with small finger loop - 100% wool felted by hand.
Not only the lovingly designed face with the cheeky whiskers and the large ears of WoollyRattus inspire, but also his long and curly tail. This may be pulled, whether attached to a cat rod or simply by hand - sure playing with the rat without any danger. - 100% wool felt ensures injury-free play even for small children, so a joint game between cat and man can become a pleasure. The cute rat is softly soft and can also be used as a throwing toy - easy catching is possible thanks to the drag line.
mouse ca. 12 x 5 cm, felt band ca.50 cm
100 % wool, 100 % handmade
This product is guaranteed natural and from renewable raw material.
Each rat is unique in shape and length of the felt band.
Presented by our cat Boris - Devon Rex.
Cats love the smell of natural wool - with our Pure Wool series you get a high-quality product, which your whole family and of course your cat will enjoy for a long time. Our cat toys of the Pure Wool Collection are manufactured exclusively in Kathmandu (Nepal) by our partner in careful handwork. Felted only with water and soap, the wool toys in Kathmandu dry in the sun.
And if your cat likes to gnaw on the wool - don't worry - the naturally dyed cat products are fully digestible. All products are guaranteed natural and made from renewable raw materials. The high-quality felt is very robust and extra firmly felted. Quality Made by Profeline
Wool is naturally antibacterial and dirt repellent. Sheep wool also has a high self-cleaning power.
Further positive characteristics are a naturally regulating thermo-heat, breathable at any time of the year, skin and fur sympathetic and there is no static charge.
What does wet felting mean? Only soap and water are used for wet felting. The warm soapy water causes the wool to swell and the top layer of dandruff in the wool spreads out. The wool is pulled through the soapy water by hand, pressed and shaped. The movement in the warm water causes a close connection between the individual wool scales and fibres, so that gradually a firm felt develops.