The Story of

What we do.


Mimi’s daughter is a contemporary pet product company, based in London, UK. We specialize in luxury, eco-friendly products hand made from organic materials.

Our aim is to bring vibrant colours, warmth, and spirit into your home because let's face it many cat beds are very boring and dull.


Our Founder.


Mimi’s Daughters was founded in 2015 by Tiffany Lowes, inspired by her late mother who was called 'Mimi' Tiffany decided to start the brand.

 Growing up with the love for animals and a background in textiles it was always her desire to create and bring vibrant colours into the home. 



The Artisans


We strive to deliver a high standard of products that will last and create a cosy environment for you and your furry friend.

Our felt products are masterfully handcrafted in  Kathmandu (Nepal) using high-quality, ecological New-Zealand sheep wool.

Avoiding all harsh chemicals, our products are made with simple wool, soup, and water, this bio-degradable material comes from natural sources
that will go back into the ground. It takes a great deal of patience and dedication to produce each of our felt products, as no two are exactly the same.

We order our products in small batches as we want the best quality and want our consumer to foster sustainable alternatives to mass-produced accessories for cats. 

Needle felting

Our felt toys are made with just wool and a needle this process is called needle felting, it is begun by rolling up a small amount of wool and stabbing it with the needle.  

When the wool is stabbed with the felting needle it pulls the wool into itself.  By stabbing the wool with the needle over and over while turning the wool it continues to

pull wool into itself and the wool, with its tiny scales, locks together.  Continued stabbing and turning results in a firm round shape.  

Once there is a basic shape to start with wool is added where it is needed to form a sculpture.


Wet Felting

Our felt bedding is made in a slightly different was through layering the felt fibers and binding them together through applying water and soup. Rubbing and rolling the wool binds the fibres together to make our special caves.




London, England, U.K