I received my cat bed!

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#1

UPS brought this nice cat bed by on Friday.

I’m thinking I might try to use it as a laser engraver. What do you guys think?


#2

Awesome! :grinning:
(Nice bed for a kitty…you might be spoiling it just the teensiest bit!) :rofl:


#3

I think you need to toss some pillows on it so the poor cat doesn’t have to rest on that hard glass.


#4

Meeeeow!


#5

Beautiful cat on a beautiful machine!


#6

New Tutorial: How to Enjoy a Glowforge in a Household That Contains a Cat

Step 1: Make a box. Any box. Your cat will see the box and decide to sit in it instead of on the Glowforge.
Step 2: Make all the other things you want to make.


#7

Mine use my unit as a bed sometimes, too. Since it is not a sudden loud noise, they just don’t care that it makes noise. What a beauty. The :glowforge:, too.


#8

very helpful! thanks! :joy_cat:


#9

Hey! I’ve got one of those cat beds too! Totally covered in cat footprints–I really think they should have designed it to be a little easier to clean from that standpoint. :wink:


#10

i really hope my dog doesn’t decide to trade in the tub for the glowforge as his bed…


#11

Looks like he could lift it out of the box for you. Nice dog.


#12

thanks! maybe he could, but he’s too damn lazy.


#13

I think he just wants to be the first to push the button…lol. Now make him some cat toys on that! Lmao. Gorgeous kitty!! :cat:


#14

My cat Picasso does the same thing! I caught him a few times laying on the Glowforge!


#15

Wait until Picasso realizes that there are shinies inside.


#16

There is a lot to be said in favor of lazy dogs, even if you have to lift the glowforge yourself.


#17

agreed. i like large dogs because they usually have a good burst of energy, but wear out as quickly as i do and then take a nap so i can relax. :slight_smile: