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  • Amanda Picher

    Craft an old sweater into a cat bed! How cute is that? This is one gorgeous vintage-look sweater, too! (Or small dog bed). Great idea to do up a bunch with old sweaters and donate to animal shelters! Why not... They seem to love sitting on my clothes anyway! Although maybe when they are allowed or supposed to, they'll have no interest. Lol

  • Carla

    Give a Recycled Sweater Pet Bed and Donate to Animal Shelters. Cool idea!

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