These window perches are sometimes called Cat Window Beds, Cat Window Boxes, Cat Nappers, or Window Cat Hammocks. Your feline friend will love his/her new perch.
that looks nice. i always wondered what the weight limit was for those. i have a big living room window and my cats would absolutely love one of these but the one that i think would love it the most is about 20 pounds. do you think he could get on one of these without it falling off? that would be terrible!
This catio is the perfect example of a window perch gone mega.
Are there other cat window patios available? Sure.
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