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Some cat owners will know the feeling of possessing a feline that is more sophisticated than your average Mittens.
Whether they hiss at the presence of normal cat food, have a penchant for your cashmere sweaters or won't touch their standard day bed, there are some fancy cats out there.
If you're the owner of one of these bougie felines then you should know there is a way to make them feel more like the king or queen they believe themselves to be.
Furrytail has a gorgeous array of bedding options, but the diabolical Elevated Cat Chair is outrageously incredible. It makes your Mittens look like a member of Men in Black or a movie villain and that's all you could hope for in life.
There's also an adorable space capsule bed and snail shell bed that are equally amazing.
But if you live in the UK then there's also a way to treat your cat. You can now buy your furry friend a hanging egg chair from Aldi.
Following the popularity of its human-sized Hanging Egg Chair, Aldi has revealed a pet purrfect version of the chair as part of its new Eco Pet range - and we're hoping a dog version will follow.
Aldi's new eco-friendly range, which includes bamboo feeding bowls and recycled materials, comes as 3.2 million households in the UK have acquired a new pet since March 2020.
Demand for stylish furnishings have been on the rise, demonstrated with the increase in search terms for the likes of 'pet friendly kitchens.'
Made from natural wicker, the chair is hand woven and supported by a strong metal frame to keep felines safe and sound. The design boasts a removable inner cushion, so it's easy to get off and wash.
For an easily transportable bed, Aldi's also got the Cat Igloo (£24.99, online only), which also made from natural wicker; the comfortable igloo has a wire door to keep kitties secure and includes a removable cushion.
At £34.99, the new cat chair will be available to pre-order online on May 23 and in store from May 30.
Get your mouses at the ready (no pun intended), if we know cat lovers, this item is likely to fly off the virtual shelves just like the human version has repeatedly done so - and Aldi said once they're gone, they're gone.
Featured Image Credit: Furrytail
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