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If you want to treat your cat like the little prince or princess they truly are, then you're in luck, because Lidl is flogging these adorable cat hammocks.
The bargain supermarket chain is selling a range of new products so you can pamper your beloved pets, including this very cute yet stylish hammock that comes in a pale wood finish with a natural canvas for your feline to chill out on.
I mean, yes, if we're being honest, it's quite likely your cat will never use the bloody thing and will instead sleep in any box it can find. But for £12.99, I think it's worth a buy.
Or if you don't fancy a kitty hammock - how about an equally fancy teeny Pet Teepee?
The teepee, which also costs £12.99, has five wooden poles to offer support and comes in a rather lovely dark grey colour. Inside there's a reversible cushion, with a side for summer or winter, for your cat - or small dog - to lie on.
There's also a cat chair, which looks a bit like a baby bouncer, but is 'the perfect place for your cat to relax', according to Lidl.
It features a grey cushioned area for sitting or lying, which rests on sturdy black metal legs. You can get your hands on one of these items for 12.99, too.
Meanwhile, dog owners can help their four-legged friend make the most of the last of the sunshine with an outdoor bed.
Available in three different sizes, and costing £24.99, the beds feature thick padding so your pooch can recline in comfort.
They're also water and stain resistant, which is ideal given the unpredictable weather.
And to make sure your best pal is looking his best, there's also a 13-piece grooming set for £17.99.
The set features a hair trimmer with four attachments, wire brush, double-sided pet comb, fur scissors, claw clippers and claw file.
It even comes with oil, a protective blade cover and a cleaning brush to ensure they stay in tip-top condition. What more could you ask for, eh?
The items went on sale yesterday (29 August) and are only available in store - so if you fancy spoiling your pet, you'd better get down there before they sell out.