Native American Teepee by Maud Beauchamp & Marie-Pier Guilmain

Design Showcase 2011

Design: The Native American Teepee
Materials: Cardboard (84% recycled content)
Designer: Maud Beauchamp and Marie-Pier Guilmain

"EVERYONE KNOWS THAT EVERY CAT IS CRAZY FOR A CARDBOARD BOX. This Teepee distinguishes itself through its innovative design and is inspired by a classic symbol of Canadian iconography, The Amerindian culture and the collective imagination associated with it.

This Teepee have a certain je-ne-sais-quoi that makes every pet owners want to proudly put on a living room show and tell of both pet and product!"

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"Rustic with a modern chic, this Loyal Luxe’s incredibly charming cat house is a sure bet for those in search of fashionable and attractive home accessories for their discerning feline.

- Made of recycled and recyclable cardboard (84% recycled content).
- Sold flat.
- Assembled in less than 2 minutes without any glue or tools.
- Instructions manual included.
- Made in Canada.

Adapted for corpulent cats: The Teepee door has been specially designed to be expandable should your cat need a wider door but remember, cats love wiggling into tight spaces. But give them a chance to prove that they may not be as overweight as you thought before you widen the door opening!"

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Designer: Maud Beauchamp and Marie-Pier Guilmain Link: www.loyalluxe.com Location: Mont-st-Hilaire, Canada

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