Furr Wars

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away lived a bunch of the cutest animals the galaxy has ever seen! Dog and cat lovers, as well as Star Wars fans, will love our whimsical tees, tanks, sweatshirts and hoodies that depict their favorite characters in animal form. “Furr Wars” is unique collection of one-of-a-kind prints showcasing dogs and cats as beloved Star Wars characters in funny, but cute, form. Fans of the genre and of pets will adore these items and want to collect them all!

From Dog Lord of the Sith, Master Chihuahua and Duke Skybarker, these tees will delight all. Purrincess Leia is a ferocious feline, while Chewie and Pug Zolo are the heroic duo with the cutest dog eyes you’ve ever seen. But let’s not forget about the brave Obi Wolfie Kenobi or the horrific Darth Beagle. The Dog Troopers are always a favorite, while Arf Vader means business. The collection for men and women is available in a variety of sizes and colors, but it’s the illustrations that will blow you away. Any Star Wars fan will appreciate the funny take on the iconic character from the films, while animal lovers will find the dogs and cats adorable.

As a Paw Paw Store exclusive, the Furr Wars collection even comes in mugs, which make the perfect gifts for all. Known for our unique tees that are animal related, Furr Wars is our latest extension of our line and will be our best yet! All the tees are made using premium, adorable and quality materials, making our merchandise super comfy. Quality is big for us, which is why we do everything in our nature to make sure that all our items look exactly the original design. Our Furr Wars tees and mugs are just another example of how we offer merchandise that’s fun, exciting and very interesting.

We guarantee that people will love the tee when they see it and compliment you on the creativity behind it. If you want to stand out and look good doing it, then you’ll definitely want to get your hands on one of our beloved Furr Wars tees!

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