Super-soft high-quality 9" x 9" x 4" plush intestine comes with a wonderful mini-book hangtag filled with art and information about everyone's favorite gastrointestinal pal. The small intestine absorbs nutrients from food while the large intestine takes in water and excretes solid waste. Adorable appendix detail included! Makes a great post-op pal or gastrointestinal gift. 100% polyester. Designed in California, made in China at an ethically certified factory. Safe for ages 3 and up.
Our super cute intestine stuffed toy sparks smiles during tough times. This human intestine plushie draws awareness to a variety of serious health issues, including colorectal cancer, IBD, IBS, Crohns and colitis, stoma care and the like. Snuggling this intestine after surgery or colostomy, warms hearts at the hospital. Great gift for your GI doc, colorectal surgeon, gastroenterology residents, medical school professors, colorectal cancer awareness advocates and dieticians alike. You’ll love having an intestine pillow around to hug or punch. Doctors and cancer researchers love having lab buddies!
I got this for my granddaughter when she was diagnosed with Celiac Disease at the age of 18 months old. Unfortunately it was lost to a house fire, so I am ordering her another! Have order many organs from here. Never disappointed!!
Great quality pillow. My daughter absolutely loves it! Would definitely buy another one...
It was a gift to my sister after surgery. She loved how delightfully cute and unique of a present it was. It’s great quality. A truly fun plushy.
Intestine + Appendix Plush - Go With Your Gut! - Plush Organ Stuffed Toy Pillow
I got this plush after my original diagnosis of Ulcerative Colitis, which I'd had for 18 years, was "upgraded" to Chron's after I was perforated during a colonoscopy. I was really devastated about being in the hospital all summer long, but when I got this plush I couldn't help but laugh and gush over his cuteness. Not only is it a cute plush, it also works great for bracing against your stomach while coughing or sneezing after abdominal surgery, so he has accompanied me to all my hospital visits since I got him and is a hit with all the hospital staff. He is a hospital bag essential!