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Hamster Ornament

$14.99

This furry little rodent makes a delightful solitary pet for the night owl in your family. Hamsters prefer to be alone and spend most of the day snoozing. But when the sun goes down, they are ready to run on their wheel! They are friendly, furry critters and are great for folks living in small spaces.
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Christmas Corgi Ornament

$15.99

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Woof, Woof! Merry Christmas from the Christmas Corgi! Christmas becomes even more magical and blessed with the addition of a Corgi dog. Man s best friend brings energy, affection and companionship to this sacred time of the year.
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Piggy In The Puddle Ornament

$19.99

Here is the happiest piggy on the farm. Slathered from snout to tail in mud, this piggy encourages us to indulge and enjoy the splendid season. Pigs are symbolically known to bring prosperity and good luck, so joyfully hang this piggy in a puddle on the Christmas tree.
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Shetland Pony Ornament

$19.99

For its size, the Shetland pony is the strongest of all horse and pony breeds. They originated in the Shetland Islands as work horses. They are intelligent, gentle and extremely hardy. Shetland ponies make great pets and companions.

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