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  • Victoria Loarte

    Safety first! Image of Kitty Keychain Self-Defense Device ~ These cute cat keychains are not toys, but are in fact very serious defense weapons. The design has been around for years, but the technology has gotten better. When holding this keychain, your two fingers will be placed in the eyes of the cat and the face of the cat will rest securely in the palm of your hand. This keychain is made for striking at the eyes of your attacker or attacking any fleshy part of the body.

  • Angfucious

    Hello Kitty went from a key ring to a self defense weapon.

  • John Poirier

    This is really neat! Self defense key chains disguised as cats! Acute version of brass knuckles.

  • georgie carasotti

    What appears to be nothing more than a cute kitty keychain is actually a weapon used for self-defense. Similar to brass knuckles.

  • Sarah Lemmons

    Cute kitty keychain self defense weapon!

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