2017-07-05 / Goods

Wild Style

Bark up the right tree and add a little animal fun to your home, whether it’s fauna furniture or cookies for your creatures. You don’t need a pet to go wild!

Bring local farm life into your home without, you know, actual live animals with the Eric & Christopher Goat Head Pillow ($42), hand-screen printed and sewn in nearby Bucks County.

Help little hands get creative with these cute Farm Finger Crayons ($17.95). This set of 24 crayons features as many different colors with six animals designs for coloring cheer.

Take your pooch up to the peak — and have him bring his own supplies with the Ruffwear Approach Pack ($79.95). A handle on top even allows you to help your best friend over any obstacles.

New from a local baker, Chinna Jenn’s Goodies dog treats ($5.99) come in flavors like Good Boy Leroy, featuring peanut butter and carob chips, and Trixie’s Treats, with bacon and cheese.

Snuggle up or stage a play with the Folkmanis Owlet in Tree Stump ($27.99). The feathery soft baby bird makes a cuddly puppet for open-ended play.

Sometimes, it’s actually good for your cats to eat grass. With Cosmic Catnip Kitty Cat Family Grass ($7.50) your cat gets protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals and more important compounds.

You’ve probably never heard of this cat, but you’ll still want it on an SM Wardrobe T-shirt ($16). The line of graphic print tank tops also features owls and elephants.

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