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It so qualifies for use what you have! I love it. I saw some photos in the group the other day of a woman who turned drawers into shelves and it was incredible! I hadn't thought of using furniture that way.

Pam Kellogg

Wow Vicki, what a neat idea! My 4 kitties would be fighting over it! That's what they do over the wicker laundry basket that I bought for Garfield a few years back. Poor Garfield almost never gets to use it because the other 3 are always fighting over it. Garfield is very polite!


you're amazingly talented and have suce a great eye! your girls are so lucky!


I just love beautiful Lily. She reminds me so much of our beloved Smudge. Smudge was all white with one blue and one green eye. She had a dark spot on her forehead that faded after the first year but the name stuck. We had our very shy kitty for 19 1/2 years.


Oh well THAT's a great idea! I love it and am going to have to remember it for the future of our similar changing table. thanks. AND your kitty is beautiful.

lisa s

oh vicky - is she the cutest cat ever?? how sweet... and what a great idea!


What a sweet idea. She looks like a very deserving (and appreciative) kitty. My cat only sleeps on clean laundry, no matter what else I offer.


What a beautiful kitty! He's big and I want to hug him and squish him. You know if you put cushions on the bottom and across the back of that second half you could have a little sofa.


I love your cat's new crib. Mine just got a new bed too...see it here...http://twostraightlines.typepad.com/two_straight_lines/2006/04/kitty_craft.html


How brilliant!!!


Love your kitty. Love his nose!!

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