Companion Kitten

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The comfort of a pet without the fuss. This companion cat has soft, strokable fur and makes realistic breathing movements so that a loved one can safely experience the joy of spending time with a pet.

Key Features:

  • Looks like a real feline friend taking a nap.
  • Realistic breathing movements.
  • Soft fur for a comforting tactile experience.

When a loved one is in the later stages of dementia, it can be difficult finding things that they enjoy, especially when they can no longer participate in previous PASSIONS. If your loved one has a love for cats but isn’t able to safely interact with them, you might be surprised at how they’ll respond to a companion kitten. Many families and care homes have found that realistic soft toys such as this bring real comfort and joy to people living with dementia.

The pleasing tactile experience of stroking a Companion Kitten is so close to the real thing that your loved one will experience the same soothing effects as so many of us do with animal friends. However, unlike a real kitten, there’s no running around, no sudden scratches and no mess to clear up! Animal therapy is popular around the world, and we all know the delight of meeting a new kitten or puppy. If your loved one is no longer able to safely care for an animal, the pleasure of a companion kitten could still bring them comfort.

  • Pet: 250(w) x 170(d) mm
  • Bed: 300(w) x 220(d) mm
  • Batteries: 1 D battery (included)
  • Material: 100% synthetic fur
  • Conforms to EN71, ASTM International F963 & CPSIA Toy Safety Requirements

Very soft. Dad really liked it. Noise is subtle as is the breathing.

So lifelike and perfect for my mom to love.

Bought for my elderly uncle who is now in a care home as he had a black and white cat for many years so loves to stroke the cat on his lap.

My partner suffers from Alzheimer’s and has absolutely fallen in love with the kitten. To her it is a real kitten. She strokes it, cuddles it and talks to it. Lovely to see but SO upsetting for me. As long as she is happy that’s all that matters though. Thoroughly recommend.

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