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Toys for teething.

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Char8607, Jun 5, 2017.


  1. Char8607

    Char8607 Mum to Storm (b. 2010) and Luna (b.2017)

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    Anyone any suggestions? Luna is definitely teething, she is nibbling on our hands and fingers constantly and whilst I don't mind it's not something I want to encourage! Plus sometimes she pushes it and it starts to really hurt!

    Thanks!
     
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    huckybuck Feline Forum Fashionista

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  3. Char8607

    Char8607 Mum to Storm (b. 2010) and Luna (b.2017)

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  4. lymorelynn

    lymorelynn UN Peacekeeper in training
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    Plastic straws are pretty good. Petstages do a range of teething toys too
     
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  5. Char8607

    Char8607 Mum to Storm (b. 2010) and Luna (b.2017)

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    Mine just love chewing on a cardboard box
     
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    Mcdonalds straws without or without paper.:D:D
     
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