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    We have an elderly cat who’s in the waiting room. We will give him the best life we can until he goes and I’m working on a resting place for him. I still have a lot of work on this but everything done so far has been with my table saw. And criticism or advice welcome.
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    It looks really nice. The vet can give you an idea of volume requirements but I think it will be very small. I did one when my best friend died and got volume from the crematorium. Any indoor finish should be fine. I know how difficult a build like this is.

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      Originally posted by BadeMillsap View Post
      It looks really nice. The vet can give you an idea of volume requirements but I think it will be very small. I did one when my best friend died and got volume from the crematorium. Any indoor finish should be fine. I know how difficult a build like this is.

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      Thanks! Many sources say 1 cubic inch per pound so I think I have plenty of room. Not decided on stain or finish yet.

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        Finished in black Cherry. Click image for larger version

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