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Kitty Condos For Less
Owning kitties and nice furniture don't usually mix well. One solution is providing a kitty condo that the cats can scratch and climb on, leaving your furniture alone. Yet the cost at pet stores and even discount stores is staggering. A recent visit to a local pet center revealed a standard cat tower with three levels was on "sale" for $85. The cheapest item was a simple half-circle tunnel for $36.
Even Wal-Mart, the "low price leader", wanted $49 for a two-tier tower. Don't spend a fortune! Instead, use these creative solutions to make your own kitty condo.
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