Back of Would You "Needle Felt" Your Pet? Okay, so maybe not everyone on this planet wants to commission an enormous mural of their pet, but would you pay for a mini "needle felt" of your dog or cat? An Etsy user named KaysK9s will create the Needle Felted Likeness of your dog or cat for $120. She claims she can make any breed (mixed or purebred) as long as you supply ample pictures, and after seeing her samples, I'll bet she can. She also makes even smaller custom keychain editions for $35. View 10 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Photo 7 Photo 8 Photo 9 Photo 10 Comments emalove 9 years Pricey, but they're absolutely adorable! akrsouth 9 years I just got one as a gift from a woman in Holland!!! We love it Jillz1128 9 years They are cute, but I wouldn't pay $120 for one. pvellozzi82 9 years expensive but cute AKirstin 9 years These would make a great gift for someone who has just lost an especially beloved pet. They're *adorable*, but too pricey. sweety54992003 9 years Not sure either I would rather donate that 120 to a local animal rescue. SugarCat 9 years Very cute but am not sure I'd pay to have it done! CaterpillarGirl 9 years my cat didnt even cost me 120 bucks, so no to that. wakeupandora 9 years hmm. gotta go with no. i thought i was a bit weird for having a picture of my pups on my work desk! dreamlover823 9 years Cant afford it but would like it! MandyJoBo 9 years I've thought about it before. Someone I know got some much less cuter felt versions of her cat (they didn't even stand up like these!) for $50. I wanted to do it but I just couldn't justify spending money on something to take a picture of. That's all it would be: a photo op. The rest of the time it would be resigned to sit somewhere, and I don't do knick-knackery. acemonkey 9 years They are super cute, but I wouldn't pay $120. jspeed 9 years meh. the dogs look very good but the cats don't look realistic, and I'm a cat owner. fuzzles 9 years Nah. I could make at least one of these every night when I groom my black smoke Persian dude. All I have to do is remove the hair from the comb, give it a roll or two between my palms and glue on a set of round copper-colored eyes and it's Mini Oliver! ;) Pistil 9 years I would not pay someone to make me a felt pet, but I would love to learn how to do it myself.