Tired of Sharing the Couch with Your Pet?

altHow many times have you headed towards the couch at the end of a long day, only to find that your “furry friend” has already beaten you to it?

Do you allow the family pets to lounge lazily all over your family’s furniture? Or maybe you’re one of those families that prefers to train your pets to not use your family’s furniture?

Whichever way it is in your house, you should check out these clever pieces of “pet furniture” that will fit right into your home décor and make it so you can be queen of your own couch again.


altAre you kidding me? Pet lounging doesn’t get much better than this and pet owners who have purchased this MaxComfort BioMedica Pet Sofa rave about how well made it is and how much their pets love it.  It’s available in a wide range of sizes and colors and features a BioMedic memory foam cushion to help keep your pet ultra comfy. And if you want to go the full works and upgrade to the top of the line, you can chose the options of adding a waterproof fabric or ordering it with a matching ottoman too.  Hey, is that puppy snoring I’m hearing already?

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altThis BowHaus Dog Den doubles as both a pet sleeping place and a stylish pet crate. It’s perfect if you have a pet who is crate trained or if you just need a safe and comfy enclosed place for your pet to rest when guests arrive who may have pet allergies, etc. And it’s modern styling is so appealing, that it can also double as a cool modern looking end table, so you don’t need to hide it in the back bedroom either. And you’ll love that it’s constructed with a durable silver colored, powder-coated steel finish that will fit into almost any style of décor.

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altIs it art or is it furniture? You’ll have to answer that question, but whichever you decide it is, the Little Lotus with it’s minimalist Zen-looking design will soon become your cat’s favorite place to hang out and that means you just scored the couch all to yourself again! It’s manufactured in an espresso stained ply with a wood veneer and is coated with Polyurethane to keep it looking new longer and help resist scratches. Its design accommodates multiple cats, plus its cushion covers are machine washable and the cubby carpet at the bottom can also be easily removed for cleaning. Cat lovers who have purchased and reviewed this “flowering” cat tower, say that its very sturdy and makes a great visual addition to almost any room you place it in.

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