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9 Dreamy Crochet Beds For Your Pet

We all want the best for our pets, don't we? Our little friends bring so much joy into our lives, so it's about time we gave them something back. All it takes is a few balls of yarn, your crafty crochet skills, then you can make a cosy home for them to snuggle up in. Disclaimer: We take no responsibility if they choose to never step out of their snug bed.

9 Dreamy Crochet Beds For Your Pet

1. CAT COCOON

Your feline friend can hide away in this sweet cave-like masterpiece.

9 Dreamy Crochet Beds For Your Pet
Image: Eilen Tein

2. SWEET DREAMS

For the dog who doesn't like an extravagant lifestyle, this simple bed will do the job.

9 Dreamy Crochet Beds For Your Pet
Image: Crafty Line

3. KITTY CAVE

No you're not seeing things, this really is a cat, inside a bed shaped like a cat. Mind-blowing!

9 Dreamy Crochet Beds For Your Pet
Image: Etsy

4. COWBOY CANINE

Put your paws up if you love to crochet co-ordinating garments for your dog!

9 Dreamy Crochet Beds For Your Pet
Image: Jo-Ann

5. SHARK ATTACK

Don't get too scared when your pet wanders into this jaw-dropping creation. It's pretty fin-tastic!

9 Dreamy Crochet Beds For Your Pet
Image: Bu Banana

6. MICE MICE BABY

We can't leave our little mouse friends out. This teeny house for them this brilliant.

9 Dreamy Crochet Beds For Your Pet
Image: Mamma That Makes

7. PAMPERED PET

Your cat will feel like royalty when perched on their crochet pouffe.

9 Dreamy Crochet Beds For Your Pet
Image: Bauta Witch

8. SERIOUSLY BRIGHT

This functional and pretty basket by WATG is perfect for your favourite furry loved one.

9 Dreamy Crochet Beds For Your Pet
Image: Top Crochet Patterns

9. CHILL OUT

For a stylish kitty, you need an equally stylish bed.

9 Dreamy Crochet Beds For Your Pet
Image: The Zen of Making

Read our blog post to get inspiration on how to keep your animals warm during the cold months!

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