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Would You Eat These Chocolate-Filled Cat Marshmallows?

So we've already seen cat-carrying backpacks and cat-scented fabric spray, so should we be surprised at all that there are - once again, from Japan! - strangely lifelike chocolate-filled cat marshmallows out there?
Called 'Nyarshmallows' (part-nyan, part-marshmallow - obviously), these puffy 3-D kittens are perfectly squeezable, perfectly decorated to match your favorite IRL feline, and also perfectly suited to melt in a mug of hot cocoa - but that's neither here nor there.

LOOK HOW SQUISHABLE THEIR GELATINOUS LITTLE CAT FACES ARE!

According to Felissimo's product description, Nyarshmallows are the perfect gift for any cat lover. They add that it's perfect for non-cat lovers too -as just because you don't have a soul, it doesn't mean you can't enjoy fluffy, sweet marshmallows.
Nyarshmallows are available in a box of 12 for about ยฅ2,585 (roughly $21 USD), which might be a steep price to pay, but considering each marshmallow is individually crafted by hand, hey, maybe you can save this one for a 'Treat yo'self!' moment?

Anyway, would you buy these cat marshmallows, or are they a rip-off? And am I the only one curious as to how big these suckers get in a microwave?

Anyway, let me know in the comments below, and for more strange Internet finds that you didn't know you wanted until now, follow my SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY collection.
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I need a link! Where is the link to buy these!!!!
DID SOMEONE SAY CHOCOLATE!!! I want to put zem in fleezer and zen my mous...yaww!!!
Omg i would ABSOLUTELY eat these!! So cute! :D
@MyAffairWith I keep wanting to watch one melt into a cup of hot cocoa while I laugh maniacally.
@CreeTheOtaku We sailing the same boat yo hahahahaha! ๐Ÿ˜† *high five*
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