6" Canned Mountain Goat - Canned Critters
Regular lid
Mountain Goat label

6" Canned Mountain Goat

Regular price $16.00 Sale

Include a custom message inside your Canned Critter! Add a "Happy Birthday", "I love you", or any other custom message! The card will appear inside the can, at the top of the can.
Include your photograph or artwork INSIDE the can!

Photograph will be cropped to a 2.25" circle to fit inside the can

Looking for a present idea? Canned Critters are perfect party favors and stocking stuffers. They make great birthday and Christmas presents as there are a number of options to choose from. There is an animal for everyone.

Each 6" BPA free can comes with your choice of the classic can-opener style lid or a double safety pop-top lid making it super easy and safe to open up your new friend. All our 6" cans come with fun facts about the animal inside making these great educational toys.

Our super soft plush material ranges from 1mm to 3mm in length. The cans are all locally sourced and assembled while our plush are made in Indonesia and China in factories with the best safety ratings and testing facilities. Each product is rigorously tested for child safety. 

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MOUNTAIN GOATS: Oreamnos americanus

Mountain goats, also known as Rocky Mountain goats, are found only in North America. These large hoofed mammals are often seen climbing steep cliffs in search of food. Their extraordinary climbing skills also allow them to stay a safe distance from predators. Mountain goats are found predominantly in British Columbia, Alberta, Washington, Idaho, Montana and into southeastern Alaska and southern Yukon. There are smaller populations also found in other western and southwestern states.
Mountain goats are herbivores, usually grazing on various ferns, grasses, herbs, mosses, lichens and leaves. They are protected from cold winters by their white, woolly double coats. In the Spring the goats will rub against rocks and trees to help shed some of their thick fur. This process of loosing their winter layer is known as molting.

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We are often asked how to sanitize stuffed animals.

It's easy to do. You'll need a container, mild soap or detergent, and a spot for your Canned Critter or Mini Canned Critter to air dry. Some folks like to use clothes pins and an outdoor drying line. 

How to give your new Canned Critter friend a bath:

  1. Fill a little tub with cool water and mild detergent.
  2. Hand wash your Canned Critter until they are nice and clean.
  3. Rinse and air dry.