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This Cat Bridge Is Only For The Boujiest Of Felines

This Cat Bridge Is Only For The Boujiest Of Felines

If you're a cat mum, you may be starting to think about what to gift your furry loved one for Christmas - and we've just found the answer.

We all know that felines like being high-up so they can scan their surroundings from a safe vantage point without any disturbance, so what could be better - or more boujie - than a cat bridge?

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(Credit: Etsy/CatastrophiCreations)
(Credit: Etsy/CatastrophiCreations)

Simply fix into the wall with a few nails on either side, et voilà!

These bridges come in three different finishes: deep brown English chestnut, black Onyx and pale unfinished.

Cat bridges are perfect for felines, such as this cheaper New Zealand radiata wood version from Amazon. (Credit: Amazon/HC)
Cat bridges are perfect for felines, such as this cheaper New Zealand radiata wood version from Amazon. (Credit: Amazon/HC)

While the bridges are a super cool gift for you cat, they don't come cheap.

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They'll set you back £137.73 for 30 inches, going up to £149.88 for 46 inches and £166.09 for an extra long 62 inches.

"My cat is going to love this for Christmas!," wrote one customer.

"Really sturdy and really cute!," said another.

"As a cat Mom with allergies I am always on the hunt for pet furniture that is washable and easy to keep clean. All the wood is high quality, perfectly smooth finish and didn't smell like varnish or stain at ALL," raved a third.

How chic is this solid pine wood version from Amazon?(Credit: Amazon/IK Style)
How chic is this solid pine wood version from Amazon?(Credit: Amazon/IK Style)

If you can't justify spending £140+ for a cat bridge, there are a ton of cheaper options on Amazon and beyond.

We love this New Zealand radiata wood one on Amazon for £37.39 for 80cm. Another solid pine wood version costs £54.95 on Amazon.

The latter seller also sells a ton of other chic cat furnishings which we're obsessed with, from suspended cat poufs, raised cat beds, a mounted cat sleeper, scratching posts and more.

Right, now someone stop us before we spend all of our Christmas gift budget on our cat.

Featured Image Credit: Etsy/CatastrophiCreations

Topics: Pets, Style News, Interiors, Animals, Cats

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara is a freelance writer working for Tyla. After graduating with an English Lit and Media degree from the University of Sussex, Ciara held jobs at GLAMOUR and Yahoo Style before packing up for a solo travelling trip around South America. In between writing, Ciara daydreams of being back on the Copacabana drinking caipirinhas.

 

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