Aldi is selling a radiator bed for cats to keep them warm in winter
If your journey into work was anything like mine, you probably arrived at the office cold, wet, and ever-so-slightly depressed. Yes, it's October, which means temperatures are dropping, thermostats are being cranked up, and rain has become a daily inevitability.
But if you thought your miserable journeys to and from work was bad, imagine being your cat. You've spent all day out in the cold while your human has disappeared for nine hours, trying to hunt birds in the rain, and avoiding the neighbor's smelly wet dog.
Here's the thing, when you come back from a grey day, you're able to put on your coziest sweater, grab a hot water bottle, and curl up in the biggest duvet money can buy. But what about your feline friend? Well, fortunately Aldi has released the purrr-fect solution!
That's right, everybody's favorite discount supermarket chain has unveiled their new radiator beds tailored exclusively for cats - meaning your kitty can spend winter as snug as a bug in a rug!
Made from "luxury faux fur", the easy-to-assemble and sturdy design boasts an easy to remove machine washable cover, and measures approximately 45.5 x 31 x 37.5cm and weighs 1.5kg. The Plush Radiator Cat Bed was made exclusively for cats, so all you crazy cat fanatics can rest assured your purring playmates will be safe and snug.
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The product's description on their official website reads: "We all know that cats absolutely love being cozy at home, so why not treat your cat to this Plush Radiator Bed? The easy assembly, sturdy construction, and machine washable cover make it a hassle-free purchase that your furry friend is sure to adore!"
And don't worry if you haven't got a radiator, because the bed is also freestanding, meaning you can use it as a regular cat bed.
The genius bed is currently available as part of Aldi's October Specialbuys, and costs just £12.99 ($16.26). The bed can even be ordered as part of the store's online delivery service (but be aware that you'll have to pay a delivery fee of £2.95 for any orders under £20).