For Pets – or Babies? Wooden Manger Rocks the Cradle
The $300 "nest" is made of knotty, distressed pine, and according to the Web site "has a whitewashed finish that accentuates the beauty of the wood giving an overall appearance of driftwood found along the beach."
It's a precious option, but from our experience, cats don't need much to achieve a restful siesta. Instead, we could see that $300 going to an animal charity to help even more pets find a comfy place to rest their tails.
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