If your pet is a big part of your holiday gift shopping list, consider your puzzle solved this Christmas tree pet house by Bed Bath & Beyond. Your cat or dog – or hamster or gerbil or Shetland pony – deserves as much love as your human friends and family, after all. And yes, this house is expensive, at $ 79.99, but consider it an investment for future vacations, and in yourself (because if Bed Bath & Beyond makes it a human-sized version, you can bet I’m going to take a nap there).
“Made of wool, it offers enough space for your pet to lie down and relax all day long”, the the description Explain. “The scent of wool naturally attracts your pet, provides a safe space for your pet to feel secure.” Not only that, but the lanolin in the wool is meant to help condition your pet’s paws and fur – and something about the smell. reminds them of their mother, in case you want a reason to cry while reading an article on cat beds. And just in case you’re concerned about your future Instagrams, it’s blank. Where green options, so you can make sure it matches your vacation aesthetic. It’s a gift that really does it all.
Of course, there are plenty of ways to spoil your pet ahead of Christmas tree season like Disney Pet Halloween Costumes that will let your pet go. to infinity and beyond. Or you can join in on the action with matching Halloween costumes for you and your pet (and yes, a combination of Hogwarts students and owl is on offer). But if you are looking for another way to make your pet happy this holiday season, you can always go for a cat-themed sock advent calendar. And in case you put them off with your socks just aren’t enough for your (admittedly pampered) cat, Trader Joe’s even announced that this year, instead of just a doggy advent calendar filled with treats, they’re also launching a cat Advent calendar. According to the Trader Joe podcast, where it was announced, it will be full of “magical salmon and seaweed treats” which means your cat will be sleeping. and dine at a much higher holiday level than you will this year. Here are your cat’s next few months of curling up in a Christmas tree and eating like a queen.