Pet Bed from Old Pillows and Shams

A. Baldwin, St. Charles Mo.

I found a great use for old bed pillows and shams. My dog is very old and cannot jump on furniture anymore. I put the old pillow in the sham on the floor near the floor heating vent and the dog loves it. It can be easily washed as needed. Great for car rides also. Looks better than old rugs or blankets and doesn't have the cedar smell that so many purchased dog beds have.

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Pet Bed from Old Pillows and Shams

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  • 4 Star Review
  • Date: July 25, 2013
  • Reviewer: Anonymous, 
  • New Rochelle, NY
  • Looking for.....

  • My husband and I are new Customers of Country Door. My husband and I found, after moving our home, that a beloved cat bed was missing. It's been some time but we are still on the hunt to replace this item so I post a message whenever the situation seems fit. The cat bed was made of plastic, in the shape of an old tube tv, completely hollowed out with a hammock-style bed at the bottom. The bed had knobs just like a television would and other little details like an antenna cat toy atop & a small stuffed toy hanging from the ceiling inside. Cats can sleep or sit inside and bat the toy around. Our cat, Buddy, loved it! And, we did, too. At the time it sold for about $55.00 and it was a very popular item. I do not remember where we purchased it but I do know that it showed up for sale at one of the major pet retailers but we had already purchased one. I thought the subject was fit posted here, and anywhere "cat", and also hope that if anyone sees this item, whether online or in a store, to please contact me via e-mail. I'm also hoping that Country Door will see this post and possibly look into carrying the item. It's adorable. I know it's in existence but simply cannot remember where I found it. If anyone has any information about this product please contact me, Tina, @ cortinent@gmail.com and type "Cat Bed" in the Subject. Thank You.
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  • 5 Star Review
  • Date: November 21, 2012
  • Reviewer: Linda, 
  • Lexington, Ky
  • Wonderful idea

  • I had never thought of this, this is a great idea and I am going to try it with my cats. I do know there are a lot of none costly things that people can do for their pets, I have found a few of these on my own such as cutting up a toilet paper roll to where it looks like a circle, my cat's love to play with these or old shoe strings that you don't use anymore, my cat's will drag them all over my home with the other cat chasing after the shoe string, it's funny to watch them do this. You can come up with great ideas on your own just be careful not to use plastic or anything they can swallow, sure don't need a vet visit but really it's simple to come up with your own ways of doing things that don't cost anything or that will only cost very little, just put your brain to work and come up some of your own ideas and please share them with us, we would love to know what you have come up with.
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    • 6 of 6 people found this review helpful
  • 5 Star Review
  • Date: January 13, 2011
  • Reviewer: Anonymous, 
  • Camden, NJ
  • excellant

  • I have an 18 year old cat with a thyroid problem and is always cold. I use a clothes basket and a pillow of the same size and an old blanket. I put this in my bedroom in front of the heat vent. He loves it. If you can't find him look there.
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    • 25 of 25 people found this review helpful
  • 5 Star Review
  • Date: July 02, 2008
  • Reviewer: Frannie, 
  • West Long Branch, NJ
  • Pet Bed from old pillows and shams

  • I think your idea is great! I have 2 Italian Greyhounds who are always cold. A couple of pillows in shams set in front of the heat vent in the kitchen sounds like a great solution. Right now we have a little shag carpet there for them to cuddle up on. I'm going to check out the attic and see what we can come up with.
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    • 89 of 93 people found this review helpful
 


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