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These Walnut Animal Society Critters Are Sustainable and Supportive

It's not too often that children's toys are as sophisticated as the ones created by the Walnut Animal Society, which are also made from natural materials. The plush toys are endearing and crafted by hand in the United States to make sure that quality is kept at an absolute maximum.

Created by designer Lauren Bradshaw, the Walnut Animal Society includes cute critters like foxes and raccoons that are made with a 100% wool exterior. Additionally, the stuffing for each of the creations is 100% kapok, which is a natural fibre found in the rainforest that is sustainably harvested and will regenerate quite quickly.

It's refreshing to see such a dedication to creating quality children'd toys that are going to last several generations, but also do so sustainably, which are two factors that combine to make the Walnut Animal Society crew that much cuter.