As a pet parent, you’re always on the lookout for the next great thing. You want to make sure the furriest member of your family has the best food, toys, and comfort items available. With this in mind, furniture retail giant IKEA, which is known for creating solutions for those with small living spaces, recently introduced its newest line of furniture — for pets!
Shoppers have long turned to IKEA to get everything they need for their homes, from furniture and office supplies to cabinets and flooring. Yet sadly, IKEA stores didn’t have much to offer for precious fur babies. The retailer is changing all that with the rollout of its Lurvig collection of pet furniture. For those who don’t speak Swedish, “lurvig” is the word for “hairy” or “shaggy.”
Animal lovers can look forward to finding the fancy new pet furniture in March 2018. There are a range of items for both cats and dogs, including beds, furniture covers, cat carriers, cat tunnels, and scratchers.
It may be time to create a wishlist for your pet and begin setting aside a little extra cash. You might even want to set a budget before you embark, because you know you’re going to want one of everything. Just remember, no matter what you pick out, your furry friend will love whatever you bring home for them.
Shopping for pet furniture that your fur babies can enjoy can be so simple, especially when they’re so easy to please. You can get started on your shopping early and keep your animals warm with a cozy fleece pet blanket! Each purchase funds 35 bowls of food for animals in need. Click the link below to take a look.
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