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Trouble & Trix Cat Bed Deep Sided Grey

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I264046-Trouble & Trix Cat Bed Deep Sided Grey
I264046-Trouble & Trix Cat Bed Deep Sided Grey I264046-Trouble & Trix Cat Bed Deep Sided Grey I264046-Trouble & Trix Cat Bed Deep Sided Grey

Product details

SKU
I264046
Dimensions
width 38 x depth 35 x height 20 cm.
Care instructions
Warm hand wash only. Squeeze out excess water. Line dry only. Filling will take some time to dry. Do not tumble dry. Do not dry clean. Do not iron.
Description

Cats love to snuggle and are always looking for a cosy place to put their heads down. Made by Trouble & Trix, this deep sided plush cat bed is warm and cosy and purrrrfectly comfortable. With a non slip base, you can pop it where they would normally sleep... they'll be catnapping before you know it!     

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