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Cat Pendant Sensory Chew

Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you been?

The lightweight sensory Cat Pendant necklace has joyful multi-sensory tactile surfaces ready to explore

Cat Pendant Sensory Chew Hidden Superpowers

The Cat pendant is popular with tactile seekers and chewers alike due to its sensory nubs. 

Inspired by many of our communities’ love of cats we created this fun pendant that offers a dual texture providing two options for sensory stimulation. 

  • Dual Texture
  • Raised nubs on the reverse
  • Smooth velvety texture on the front
  • Flexible and lightweight
  • Perfect for tactile stimulation

76% of people say Chewigem helps them self regulate

Show off your love of cats with this simple pendant that when needed can be chewed and stroked to gain sensory input in a range of situations, whilst complimenting your outfit.

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93% of customers say their Chewigem helps them feel calmer & more focused

Great for re-directing nail-biting

Dual textured for extra sensory input

Stylish and wearable – match to your wardrobe

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Chewigem Original

“I love the bumps because they are very sensory”

-- Nathy (Verified Customer)

Ergonomically Designed

With Sensory Processing In Mind.

For ten years Chewigem has produced world-leading designs that make no compromise between form and function.

Hundreds of thousands of happy Sensory Seekers around the globe are discovering that life-changing results are possible with the right mix of education, product function, and well-thought-through design.

Chewigem Originals

Living with SPD makes us uniquely us!  We recognize this is not always easy.  Our goal here at Chewigem is to support your sensory journey, include you in the conversation, and bring about a positive change of perception.  Spread the word that change is coming and being different is exceptional.

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