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Cat Scratch Skateboard

Cat Scratch Skateboard
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Stop your cat from clawing up your couch, and train them to do a 360 Varial Kickflip instead. While we’re not certain that SuckUK’s skateboard cat scratcher will turn your kitty into the next Tony Hawk or Bob Burnquist, it should keep their claws trimmed and their desire to destroy your furniture to a minimum.

Stoat on a Trampoline

Stoat on a Trampoline

Like most of you, we didn’t know what a stoat looked like until now. Fortunately, our introduction to the short-tailed weasel is while he’s enjoying a good day. The little dude seems to be having the time of his life on this backyard tarp that serves as the perfect stoat-sized trampoline.

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3D Eye Chart Pillow

3D Eye Chart Pillow
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How’s this for a sight gag? Check your eyesight from the comfort of your couch with this clever 17” square pillow by textile designer Heather Lin. It features a classic doctor’s eye chart with 3D lettering that can be viewed with the included retro red-blue glasses. Also comes in a non-3D organic hemp version.

Redneck Backscratcher

Redneck Backscratcher
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Designed to look like a mini garden rake, this oversize backscratcher is sure to get all those itchy spots on your back when your sweetie isn’t around to do it for you. The plastic rake measures 7.5″ across at its widest point, and has 15 tines that flex to match the contours of your back.

F’Yeah Mug

F’Yeah Mug
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Having a great day? Then share how you’re really feeling with Fred’s profanity-laden coffee mug. It’s got four-times the F’Yeahs, done up in a spiffy 1970s typeface and color scheme. Holds 16 ounces of your favorite hot stuff, plus it’s microwave and dishwasher safe.

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