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Waterproof Pet Fleece Blanket Throw Soft Warm Sherpa Dog Cat Pup

$15

Waterproof Pet Fleece Blanket Throw Soft Warm Sherpa Dog Cat Pup

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Item specifics

Condition:
New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item (including handmade items). See the seller's ...
Brand:
Pawsse
Features:
Foldable, Waterproof
Model:
The pet blanket is reversible for two different textures, Soft th
MPN:
Does not apply
COLOR:
Brown/Tuape
Manufacturer:
USA SELLER
Material:
Fleece
SIZE:
60"x50"
Style:
Pawsse Waterproof Pet Blanket, Dog Puppy Cat Fleece Sherpa Throw
Size Type:
Regular
Pattern:
PLS SEE PICS
Adjustment Type:
Fitted
Occasion:
Casual
Fabric Type:
PLS SEE DESCRIPTIONS
UPC:
Does not apply





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