Sylvester Cat Birdhouse

Sylvester Cat Birdhouse

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Sylvester Cat Birdhouse
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Hand-Carved Hungry Cat Birdhouse

  • Sure to bring a smile to anyone watching birds come and go!
  • Hand-carved from sustainably grown albesia wood

This clever hand-carved cat birdhouse shelters wrens, finches and other songbirds that favor a 1-1/2" entry hole. Includes hanging loop.

Sustainable Materials
  • Sustainably grown albesia wood
  • 7" H
  • 1-1/2" entry hole

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4.0

Nice Gift

By Ashley

from Denver, CO

Verified Buyer

Perfect gift for a bird and cat lover.

 
4.0

Much better quality than expected

By Birdie Lover

from South Bend, In.

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Good bang for the buck

Cons

    Best Uses

      Love that it's made from sustainable materials

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      BEAUTIFULLY MADE and adorable

      By friend of a bird lover

      from wayne, nj

      Verified Buyer

      This was a gift to a very dear neighbor. Its adorable, cute and fun and looks to be very well crafted.

       
      4.0

      Gift for my sister

      By Sue

      from Syracuse, NY

      Verified Buyer

      My sister's first cat was named Sylvester, so I had to have it. We will see in the summer how it looks!

       
      5.0

      Perfect Birdhouse

      By Nadine

      from CT

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Perfect size

      Cons

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          This birdhouse is perfect size, love the colors. Great Product.

          (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          This birdhouse is very adorable.

          By Midge

          from Ohio

          Verified Buyer

          Very pleased with the product.

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          • How to attract a variety of birds to your yard.
          • There are more than two dozen North American bird species that prefer to nest in a natural cavity. These cavity-nesting birds will often adapt to nesting in a birdhouse (also known as an artificial nesting box).
          • A guide to feeders, birdbaths and shelters.

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