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Star Wars Death Star Pet Cave: The Dark Side of the Paws

by Conner Flynn
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That’s no moon. That’s a planet destroying space station piloted by a kitten! The Star Wars Death Star Pet Cave is perfect for your small animal, whether it’s Kitty the Hutt or Grand Moff Barkin. This officially-licensed basketball-sized Death Star is just too adorable with your pet peering out from within, as if they are about to power up the weapon’s super lasers.

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Warn your pet about the Dark Side first, because while it is cozy, it’s also very dark inside. This is a great place for Star Wars fans’ cats and dogs to take a nap. This is great for our pets, but just one thing. Where is our human version? You don’t think I would like to sleep in a Death Star and poke my head out occasionally? Our pets always get the coolest stuff.

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As an added bonus, if you have a dog that likes to chew things up and ruin all of your stuff, he will turn this Death Star into the one from Return of the Jedi. So there’s that. A Death Star cat litter box is what I really want. That way I can pretend they are destroying the space station every time they go in and drop their bombs.

The Death Star Pet Cave is available now from The Fowndry for $43.



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