What's the most expensive item you ever bought for your cats?

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  1. HeartofClass

    HeartofClass PetForums VIP

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    And how much did it cost? :D
     
  2. lymorelynn

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    Stud fee :eek: ;) Does that count :D
    Actual item must be their cat tree but I honestly don't remember how much I paid for it now - probably around £40 - £50. I think it was on offer at Zooplus when I bought it.
     
  3. paul maine coon

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    thats something no one what to think about haha i got rusty a 2 seater sofa from ikea £339 ... yes i am stupid not rich! :D
     
  4. sharon_gurney

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    I can tell you the most expensive thing I nearly bought...

    Having decided that I wanted to do more shows and that I might like to spend the whole weekend away we did look into campervans

    But at £25,000 that was a luxury we could manage without, shame really as some of them are so well equiped and I would of loved to take the cats away for a few days.

    I saw sense just before I went into debt for my darling pussy cats:biggrin5:
     
  5. Cats cats cats

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    Two sets of Purrfect fencing (one freestanding, one existing fence kit for down the driveways etc )

    Cat Fence: Purrfect Cat Enclosures and Cat Fences

    Cost ...... approx £1500 :D (it used to cost more than it does now ! Typical :crazy: )

    Worth every penny though to keep my babies safe :) :)
     
  6. K337

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    Haven't gotten to it yet but it will be taking all three back to Aus with me :D
     
  7. notsure

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    Likewise - my two will hopefully be jetting off with us within the next 12-18 months - all depends on how long hubby's visa takes - I don't need one and the cats are easy compared to his.
     
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    So far its the cat tree (if you dont count the food that has gone to the RSPCA!!)

    But my plan is for a cat run being built this summer which will definitely outprice the cat tree - I have all the plans drawn up already - poor OH :lol:
     
  9. HeartofClass

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    How much did you pay for the stud fee, if I may ask?
     
  10. TatiLie

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    I spent £50 (€60) on the chest and storage boxes to make Ari's toilet. Worth every penny, we both love it :D.
     

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