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 on: January 22, 2016, 06:36:09 PM 
Started by Brownbear - Last post by jamesspyleii
Hm, #8442 was on an earlier post that was shipped out? Huh

 on: January 22, 2016, 02:43:04 PM 
Started by Brownbear - Last post by Brownbear
Orders for today:


  Still working on more, but snowed in right now :/


 on: January 20, 2016, 09:53:59 PM 
Started by Blue Sapphire - Last post by jsealing
Very good questions. Until you can get something lockable, just put the toys back into their shipping bags. Once you get something lockable, preferably plastic, you can simply put an old clean towel or two in the bottom and set them in there without their bags. I store my toys in a plastic trunk I bought from Walmart for less than 20 USD. DO NOT use Silicone lube as it will destroy the toys since the lube is open on the outer shell of the molecule whereas the toys are a closed shell molecule. This causes the toys to react violently to them with a "melting" effect. If the toy gets really dirty, simply put it into the TOP RACK of the dishwasher and run the dishwasher. Otherwise, soap and water do a great job, you can use a small amount of bleach or Benzalkonium Chloride cleaning wipes to clean the toys. Yes, they do attract "fuzz" like a magnet.

 Bear, want to chime in on this one? Cheesy Wink

 on: January 20, 2016, 01:53:08 PM 
Started by Blue Sapphire - Last post by Blue Sapphire
Hi there!

Since my amount of toys is increasing whereas the space in the drawer next to my bed is not I wondered how you store your toys? I am looking for something safe both for the toys and me, which means something I can lock and something that does not cause an environment bad for the toys. Has anyone here some good solutions or something to take into account before searching something? I thought a suitcase might be a solution? And if already opening a thread: what do you do to prevent your toys from getting fuzzy all over (because the silicone does love fuzz it seems Tongue )? So far I put them into plastic bags, after cleaning and letting them dry, which I hope is not bad for the toys.

If anyone has a good idea, let me know! Smiley

 on: January 18, 2016, 09:29:20 PM 
Started by Brownbear - Last post by jamesspyleii
Getting closer indeed!
Mine is #8428 and it's been over 2 weeks.
Anticipation intensifies...

 on: January 18, 2016, 06:20:14 PM 
Started by Brownbear - Last post by CanineSire
Sooo close to my #8445 :3
Keep going Smiley

 on: January 18, 2016, 05:02:18 PM 
Started by Peaches198 - Last post by jsealing
Great review! Glad  you liked the toy. Wink Smiley

 on: January 18, 2016, 05:01:10 PM 
Started by RedBull - Last post by jsealing
Hello and welcome! Cheesy Smiley

 on: January 17, 2016, 07:38:50 PM 
Started by RedBull - Last post by RedBull

I am a new member to Zeta Paws though I have known Brown Bear since the mid to late 90s from a zoophile website he ran back then.

I have been interested in his equine toys since I found out that he started selling toys. I finally ordered two; Micro Rider and Lucas The Pony. I am looking forward to getting them. I am also really interested in Kolton the Horse though I don't know if I will ever be able to take him but I hope to someday. I just like horse penises so much that I would enjoy having it.


 on: January 17, 2016, 06:34:43 PM 
Started by Peaches198 - Last post by Peaches198
Let me start out by saying that this is a wonderful little toy! I don't have any experience with toys, but this was great as an introduction. After some careful preparation, I started working on the toy itself. I enjoyed playing around with it before I got down to it. It had a wonderful squishy silicone texture and the natural coloring is just so cute! In use, it was amazing! It took a little work to get the head in, but it entered with a satisfying "pop". After working on it for a bit, it slid up and down with ease and served for hours of enjoyment. I definitely would recommend this to any beginner to animal toys or for someone who just wants a smaller equine pal!

Although not entirely realistic, it has all of the right features of a good equine experience.

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