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Buy Your Cats a Shoe-Shaped Bed So They Stop Stealing Your Slippers

There’s nothing worse than waking on a cold morning to discover that your cat or dog has stolen your slippers. Fortunately, you can prevent your shoe thief from returning by buying him or her a pet bed shaped like a shoe. Christmas is coming up, after all, and there’s no better way to tell your good boy (or girl!) how much he means to you.

This adorable Croc-shaped bed from Sasquatch! Pet Beds is perfect for small- or medium-sized cats who just want to curl up somewhere warm. The insides are lined with a warm faux-fur material, so your beloved pet will be toasty no matter the temperature outside. Plus, the lining is removable so you can easily wash it (because as we all know, removing pet hair from anything is always impossible).

Pets can get smelly (let’s face it!), so we love that this bed is made of odor-resistant materials. Your nose might eventually grow accustomed to your pets’ various odors, but your guests will notice these right away. With the holidays fast approaching, you want your home to smell like fresh-baked cookies and balsam — not wet dog and cat pee. 

Right now several colors are sold out, which is a testament to just how popular these pet beds are — even if they look a little silly. The good news is you can still find it in fawn ($112.19, Amazon) and black ($107.29, Amazon) to surprise you cats or dogs on December 25. After all, they’re equal members of the family and deserve a little something extra this Christmas. Just think of it this way: If you buy your cat or dog a bed, you won’t have to deal with them hogging the sheets or snoring in your bed. That’s a win-win if you ask us!

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