Lidl launches £9.99 home for your cat to sleep in and shoppers are obsessed

Lidl launches £9.99 home for your cat to sleep in and shoppers are obsessed


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Lidl is offering a cat bed so luxurious that shoppers are saying that they would sleep in it if they could.

The budget supermarket has delighted pet lovers with its latest offering for the nation’s feline friends.

Ringing in at just £9.99 the cute and cosy bed which would also fit a small dog is a true bargain.

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Lidl shared the new offer on Instagram with the caption: “Sleeping well, feline good," alongside a picture of the fluffy pet bed.

The pet bed makes a truly cosy den for smaller pets and comes in grey fur with cat ears poking out the top.

Its design was appreciated by Lidl shoppers, who flocked to comment on the latest offer.

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One went as far to say that they wouldn’t mind one for themselves, writing: "I would sleep in that if I could."

However, now your pet has the perfect place to kip why not treat yourself to a weighted blanket while you are there?

Lidl is selling a weighted blanket that has been proven to improve your sleep quality and reduce anxiety for just £39.99.

The same Silentnight branded blanket is available on Amazon ringing in at £69.99 – that's £30 more than the budget supermarket is offering.

The blanket claims to improve sleep by relaxing the nervous system and giving the feeling of being given a hug.

Shoppers have been warned to move fast as once they are sold out, they will not be restocked.

In other Lidl news, the supermarket recently showed their support for Handforth Parish Council clerk, Jackie Weaver, saying that she deserves a Lidl Bakery Gold Card.

“Like if you think Jackie Weaver deserves a Lidl Bakery Gold Card,” the supermarket posted to social media.

Jackie Weaver sent the internet into meltdown last week after footage of a local parish council meeting was shared online after it descended into chaos.

Since then, Jackie has appeared on Sky News and Good Morning Britain, hailed as an ‘icon’ and Andrew Lloyd Webber has even penned a song about her.

So it’s no surprise that Lidl also got in on the action with their tweet that received almost 600 likes.

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