Egg Rolls Made Just For Cats!

Egg rolls for cats you say? Why not, as long as they’re catnip egg rolls that is!

Egg Roll catnip toys by Polydactyl Cats

These realistic catnip egg rolls ($22) are the latest addition to the Asian-inspired line of cat toys by all-American company Polydactyl Cats.  The collection started with modest soy sauce packets cat toys ($12-$14) and expanded from there!

polydactyl cat toys

You can catch a glimpse of two new products coming soon (fortune cookies and lo mein) in this shot of the complete Asian-themed collection.

 

My gang was fortunate enough to be asked to “taste test” these latest Asian additions, and as you can see from the photo below, they were up for the task!

Polydactyl Cats Asian Inspired Catnip Cat Toys

The egg rolls drew immediate interest from all three feline testers

 

I must admit I’m partial to the fact that is founded by one über hot cat woman by the name of Randi Warhol. You’ll never guess the product she originally set-out to make before turning to cat toys  or how she raised the funds to start her company.

Randi Warhol

Randi Warhol posing with her friend’s cat Bones (her two kitties are featured later in this post and yes, one of them is a polydactyl!)

I’ll have to convince Randi to write a Cat Woman Wednesday column to spill the beans!  In the meantime you’ll have to give me your best guesses in the comment section – can’t wait to hear what you come up with!).

All Polydactyl Cat toys are made in the USA (Philadelphia and New York City) from locally sourced and recycled materials.  Randi’s fabrics are one-of-a-kind having been created from photographs she’s taken of Asian food procured from New York City’s very own Chinatown!

www.PolydactylCats.com

Well look who ended up with both the egg rolls! No big surprise here!

 

The catnip used is all-organic (it’s from Canada but we’ll cut her some slack on that one since her local Connecticut catnip source went under!).

www.PolydactylCats.com

Finally Petie gets his chance to sniff out an egg roll.

 

Granted they’re not inexpensive cat toys, but the unique textiles combined with the fact they’re made locally is a big plus in my book. Plus, a portion of proceeds go to help animal organizations.

And hey, aren’t your kitties worth a little splurge now and again?! Love the packaging; these would make great holiday gifts.

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Taunting poor Kippie with a delectable snack!

 

Check out the before and after scene below. Looks like a frat house!  I’d say between this and the video it’s pretty clear my kitties are egg roll fans!

Before (left) and After (right)

Before (left) and After (right)

 

And last but not least, Randi’s very own good-looking felines!  Elliott, the orange polydactyl is posing by the company’s first product, soy sauce packets (they come either “squirting” as pictured, or “sealed“).

Bowie (a grey girl named after Davie Bowie) is striking a pose behind some won ton soup and lo mein. You can see more of their professional modeling portfolio on the company website.

Elliott (left) and Bowie (right)

Elliott (left) and Bowie (right)

 

And for a limited, I HAVE CAT fans get free standard shipping and a bonus toy by using the code HOLIDAY13 at check out. The bonus toy, Chow Mein Noodles (pictured below), aren’t even available online yet!

Orders made by 3pm EST on 12/19/13 will arrive by Christmas within the US. If you order later and decided to pay for your own expedited shipping you will still get the bonus toy! Code good through the end of December.

Chow Mein Noodles catnip toy

Chow Mein Noodles catnip toy

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  • Wow! Those toys look totally awesome!

    • Tamar

      I know don’t they?!

  • Rebecca

    What a great post!!! Loved the video. Kippie is fierce! 2 stoned kitties! Petie was waiting til he had no competition left. Smart guy. Such a creative product. Can’t figure out what the other products actually are. What do they do with the lo mein? hummmm.

    Can’t wait to hear Randi’s back story and what her original idea was….as I’m clueless!

    • Tamar

      Awww thanks as always Rebecca! 🙂 I know i can’t wait for her to write her guest post – I’m going to have to stalk her to write it!

  • I am DYING TO HAVE THOSE!! Ok, WHERE IS THE GIVE-AWAY!!! 🙂

    • Tamar

      oh yes! we will have to do a giveaway – stay tuned!

  • wow, those are totally realistic.. I’d be trying to pick them up off the floor and taking them away from kitties if I saw them at someone else’s home 😉

  • jmuhj

    Just looking at those toys makes me fiercely hungry, and I just finished breakfast not long ago. GORGEOUS cats, of course! (We have a catnip fortune cookie and it’s been extremely pawpular!)

  • Those are so cute. My kitties would love those.
    Sue B

  • Have you heard about the asian cat wine? I heard it has nip in it as well. Will have to see if I can find you a link 🙂

    • Tamar

      yes i read about it! i’m very tardy in posting about it! shame on me! so up my alley!

  • Hello Tamar (and cat(s)),
    This is my first comment, since it takes me a very long time to type with paws. However, I’m a big fan of your blog, particularly since I’m a blogging cat myself (also I was adopted by a single NYC mom, so I feel you). I’m ticked to present you with the Dragon’s Loyalty Award. Pick it up at my site, Franny’s Film Forum, anytime. 🙂 http://frannysfelinefilmforum.wordpress.com/2013/10/23/i-win/
    With the appropriate feline ennui masking enthusiasm,
    Franny the cat

  • OMC! That’s awesome. Those egg rolls look good enough to eat!