Mews: Kitten and Pumpkin Puzzle by Wentworth

Hi everyone,

Today we have a special Halloween themed Puzzle for you! Nubia was especially pleased to see a black kitten on it. 🙂


Of course Oliver was no less curious but probably more thinking “WHAT ITS A BABY NUBIA ON THERE?!?”

The puzzle itself is made completely of wooden pieces and what’s even better…


… They have loads of cute cat or in this case large cat themed pieces! Not just does this make this puzzle much more challenging but it’s also very cute. 🙂


For obvious reasons the puzzle should be kept under lock from your cats and luckily Wentworth provides a nice bag alongside the box. 😀

This particular Halloween themed Puzzle can be found here from £27.95. This may seem steep to some but is well worth the quality of this puzzle!

Also this is not the only puzzle they’ve got. They have a WHOLE collection of cat themed puzzles that you can find here.

Below just some examples of the available choices:

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And if you’d prefer something REALLY special when look no further as you can even get a custom puzzle made uploading your own cat photo!

Minky 4 Website

We will have to get one made with our two at some point. 🙂



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17 thoughts on “Mews: Kitten and Pumpkin Puzzle by Wentworth

  1. Cats and jigsaw don’t normally go together. Both my girls loved sitting in the boxes. Kara would let you frisky her afterwards, MM wouldn’t!

  2. I would love to get this as a gift with a picture of my Oliver on it…what a great gift for cat lovers/cat owners. Seriously, what a cool thing that it even has cat-shaped pieces! I hope the company gets lots of order for the holidays. Lots of happy recipients. 🙂


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