Custom Furnishings , Toronto

A lovely 4 post bed for those super spoiled kitties! We took an old oak end table, flipped it, added some feet to the bottom, some cute toppers to the upside down legs, and of course a nice golden pillow to perch on! The other pillow we had was wrecked, so we took the fringe off the sides and added it to the bottom of the bed for a nice dust ruffle effect :)

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Dr Lisa Chimes added this to How to Find a Rescue Cat That’s a Good Fit for Your HouseholdJun 15, 2018

Should you adopt more than one cat? Reducing boredom and increasing physical activity are important for cats’ overall health and well-being, and having multiple cats at home can help accomplish these goals. Kittens do very well in pairs — they will be great companions and keep each other entertained, which is something to consider if they are going to be left alone for long periods. Sometimes you can adopt two bonded adult cats, which is a great option if you are not keen on kittens.

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Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 9 Ways to Dress a Four-Poster BedMay 24, 2014

Finally, this kitty’s dressed-up four-poster bed, made from an upturned table, does just fine with only some fringe and a fluffy pillow!

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spookysiouxsie added this to University House Cat RoomAug 24, 2018

the little stools turned upside down to create cat thrones

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