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Post by Otissmummy on Tue Apr 09 2013, 20:59

I desperately need to buy otis a new bed he has outgrown the one he has just now and wondered if you guys had any good recommendations.

He sleeps at night on our bed but sometimes likes his own space so always like him to have his own bed.

Thanks in advance guys and gals x
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Post by janey on Tue Apr 09 2013, 21:01



I've given up on beds now, she is either on my bed, or takes herself off to the sofa Xx
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Post by Guest on Tue Apr 09 2013, 21:02

Logan got a really nice bed on the day I got him home. It was massive and really comfy. I have had him for over a year now and he hasn't slept in it once! Laughing

In the end I got him a single duvet and cover which I just set on the floor and he absolutely adores it.

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Post by Otissmummy on Tue Apr 09 2013, 21:04

Haha I know the feeling I'm dreading spending money on a bed that he isn't gonna use but feel cause he does use his own bed once in a blue moon he should get a new one.

That's quite a good idea matt I actually have an old sleeping bag type material blanket that my hubby's old dog Ben used to sleep on. I might try that for him instead of spending money on a bed he might not use.

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Post by Guest on Tue Apr 09 2013, 21:07

Loki sleeps on a bunch of covers because he either kills his beds or humps them and then kills them Rolling Eyes so I can't help Laughing if he doesn't use it often, I'd just get a cheap, fleece-lined one, to be honest.

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Post by Otissmummy on Tue Apr 09 2013, 21:08

It's a fleeced one he had just now but he had hit the terrible teens and decided he wanted to rip the bottom out of it lol so now it's just the outside and the cushiony bit. But he is like flopped over the top of it now as he is getting too big and lanky for it
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Post by Guest on Tue Apr 09 2013, 21:09

Otissmummy wrote:That's quite a good idea matt I actually have an old sleeping bag type material blanket that my hubby's old dog Ben used to sleep on. I might try that for him instead of spending money on a bed he might not use.

I got a single duvet in Asda for £6.00, it obviously is pretty basic, and I just got a few cheap covers so I can swap them over when they are getting washed. He loves it though, and goes to it before the big bed now.

Plus it's easy rolled up and put away when the place has to look half tidy Laughing

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