Ikea Just Launched Their Pet Furniture Collection.

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Dogs and cats often use our beds and sofas to relax, but some of us have family members or friends with allergies and all that pet hair can really wreak havoc on their health. Also, some pets tend to leave a little dodo on your furniture which can be really difficult to get out afterwards. Wouldn't it be cool if your dog or cat had a place of their own where they could relax around the house? Well, IKEA has now launched a brand-new furniture collection intended just for your pets and it's oh-so stylish, you might get a little jealous.

Our pets mean well when they jump on our furniture so they can spend some time with us.

But some dogs are so big that they wind up taking all the space on the couch, leaving you on the edge of your seat, literally! Sometimes, you might be able to sit, but everyone else in the family has to go.

Our pets mean well when they jump on our furniture so they can spend some time with us.

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The new Lurvig collection from IKEA have your beloved feline or pooch totally covered.

Now your pet can finally chillax in ultra-style with this kickass collection that’s been exclusively designed to meet your pet’s needs, like this super comfy plush dog bed.

The new Lurvig collection from IKEA have your beloved feline or pooch totally covered.

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If you have a kitty, then you'll definitely want to give them something that's accommodating.

This furniture piece is awesome because your kitty can climb, which is something all cats love to do, or relax in one of two cubbies that from a cat’s perspective, is like staying at the Ritz.

If you have a kitty, then you'll definitely want to give them something that's accommodating.

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This latest, pet-friendly collection was designed with your pet's well-being in mind too.

Trained veterinarians and designers who love pets more than life itself were used to come up with nothing but the best type of furniture that could provide them with the comfort they so deserve.

This latest, pet-friendly collection was designed with your pet's well-being in mind too.

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The Lurvig collection offers so much more than mind-blowing furniture.

It also offers cool obstacle courses to challenge your pet’s needs like this awesome tube that your cat has to crawl into in order to get to play with the ball at the other end.

The Lurvig collection offers so much more than mind-blowing furniture.

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This collection won't break the bank or force your kids to go to a community college instead of Harvard.

The priciest item in the entire collection is an amazing padded cat house, which will set you back $54. Every other furniture item is below that price, so you have to admit, it’s pretty affordable.

This collection won't break the bank or force your kids to go to a community college instead of Harvard.

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So far, the Swedish furniture company has made these furniture pieces available in five countries.

If you’re living in the U.S., Portugal, Canada, Japan, or France, then you’re in luck because as of October, the Lurvig collection has become available.

So far, the Swedish furniture company has made these furniture pieces available in five countries.

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If you're a cat lover, then you know how important a scratching post or mat is.

Cats are naturally picky and wouldn’t dare scratch anywhere that wasn’t deemed high class. Fortunately, IKEA uses great quality material that in this case is rough enough for your cat to satiate its natural urge to scratch.

If you're a cat lover, then you know how important a scratching post or mat is.

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Your pet already feels like they're more like an extended member of the family than an animal.

Some of you even dress them up like humans. Don’t deny it. We know who you are. This is what drove IKEA to come up with the wide range of furniture to from beds to toys to scratching posts.

Your pet already feels like they're more like an extended member of the family than an animal.

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Sources:
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