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King Playful Cat Flannel Sheet Set
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King Playful Cat Flannel Sheet Set
$79.95 - $99.95

Plow & Hearth Exclusive
Enjoy a catnap or a comfortable night's sleep when you snuggle up in these warm and fun 5 oz. per square yard Portuguese Flannel Cat Sheet Sets that are triple brushed for softness. Great for kids or anyone who enjoys the company of cats.

Each set includes a fitted and a flat sheet. Twin set includes one standard pillowcase. Full and Queen sets includes two standard pillowcases. King set includes two king pillowcases. Made in Portugal.

• Portuguese flannel sheet sets with colorful cat motif
• Brightly colored cat designs
• Triple brushed 5 oz. flannel for softness
• Sheet sets include fitted and flat sheet, standard or king pillowcases

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By joeu
Comments about Product:
I have not used these yet because it is over 99 degrees, and it is summer, I bought these even though it is summer because I was afraid they would sell out. They are soft and adorable, I even ordered a second set, wish I could get a comforter too, well made.
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