Today is National Pet Day so we take a look at some of the lengths pet owners go too, to make their pets feel part of the family. You’ll be amazed at some of the innovative ideas; maybe you’ll be inspired to make your home a little more pet friendly.
Want your pet to be close but not jump onto your furniture? This sofa with its built in space for small dogs or cats is the ideal answer.
You can even let your cat share your bathroom time with this bespoke vanity unit.
If your feline friend doesn’t venture outdoors, give him/her some all-important grass to chew at the dinner table!
Give kitty his own special place in your kitchen with this customised kitchen cabinet.
Cats love climbing and scratching, so why not give them their own special climbing frame with added scratching surface. It will save them leaping around your furniture…hopefully.
Cats are given freedom to roam in this house that’s been designed specifically with feline friends in mind.
Give your pet a dedicated chair to stop him spoiling your furniture. Comfortable lounging chairs are the ideal place for your pet to chill out.
Give your pet a place to hide and still be close to hand with a sofa designed with escape route tunnels.
Large dog? Dedicate an entire room to him and you’ll have one very happy pet.
If you have limited floor space you can always give your cats a comfortable wall mounted bed.
Cats love to climb, so give them an indoor tree house – they’ll love it!
This home really shows it’s love and passion for four legged friends.
Feathered friends also need somewhere to land and rest what won’t get them into trouble. This planter is designed with peep holes for small birds to pop in and get a drink or shelter.
If you dog has a nosy, or should I say curious, nature, this port-hole in the garden fence will let him take a sneak peek at the neighbours.
Having freshly laid eggs can be accomplished with a chicken or two – don’t let them ruin your garden when they can live if this snazzy coop, complete with all mod cons.
Awesome multi-level hamster cage; he’ll certainly have enough space to roam.
Goldfish can’t live without water, so why not put them close to the bathroom tap?
Make a focal point in your room with these amazing fish bowls suspended from the ceiling.