Of course. I got it for my cats. But soon realised it's too much effort to take off and reinstall for a quick swim. In any case the water wasn't heated so that was also a deterrent (plan was to add it though).There is no substitute for safety.
Two young kids passed away this week in my town due to drowning in swimming pools.
Make it smaller if possible, raise a small ridge/step around the outside that you can sit on etc, in other words make it a feature rather than pool.I'm buying a house with a swimming pool.
Is it worth keeping the pool? Does it really add value to the house?
To me it seems more hassle than it's worth - cleaning, chemicals, water (I live in Cape Town), time. All for a few months a year when it's warm enough to swim in
I'm thinking of either breaking it apart and filling it in or possibly making it smaller.
Any thoughts or ideas?