Even though cats will forever live in the shadow of dogs (no arguments please), they aren't a bad second place.
Take Quilty for example. He was placed in solitary confinement for 'repeatedly' letting other cats out of their enclosures at his shelter, sparking a #FreeQuilty campaign for the do-gooder who simply wanted his friends to be free.
If you have a cat, you'll probably think that your constant fussing, cuddling and feeding shows the little fluff ball how much it means to you.
But there remains one thing left to truly prove your unwavering love in the face of all the gross things its caught and torn apart on your kitchen floor as a 'gift' – and that's an Indiana Jones-themed napping bridge.
The bridge has gone on sale by CatastrophiCreations on Etsy and each one is tailor-made to the requirements of both your cat and your home.
It says the bridge can be used by cats of all sizes and are built with safety in mind, rated to hold a pur-baby up to around 72kg. Side note, if your cat weighs 72kg, you might want to consider that it could be an adolescent lion.
Although prices start at £137.73, you can rest assured that your kitty will fully appreciate it's new number one napping spot as more than 2,000 five-star reviews testify to.
One said "Very sturdy and so Indiana Jones!! I can't wait to get this up on the walls. My Sammie is going to go nuts."
Another wrote: "Stunning! The bridge is unique, breathtaking and brings excitement to my cat.
"The rope is durable – she can’t chew on it. Appreciated that the bridge came pre-assembled and saved a potential headache. The installation was simple and the quality is great."
It comes in three finishes, with Onyx, English Chestnut and Unfinished all available, and if you really want to spoil your pet you can even upgrade the twine railing for long-lasting paracord if your cat prefers a more modern chic.
The bridge can be purchased here , along with the company's many other cat products, and it might be best to leave it as a surprise for Christmas day to capture the surprise on their little furry faces.
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