This Kitty Sill Deluxe Bolster Bed allows your cat to relax while looking out the window, making the most of her leisure time. Ava
If you want the strongest suction cup window bed for a cat, this one is an excellent choice. As the listing says, it supports 50 pounds. If you have a big kitty, you won’t have to worry about him falling to the floor. It’s ideal for a window without a sill or for those who don’t want to put holes in the wood. Also, the cover is easily removable and washable. It’s perfect for multi-cat households. Your cat will be enjoying shortly after you take it out of the box. It assembles in seconds, and you and your kitty will love it.
My kitty, Patch, loved her window bed. It was one of the sturdiest window perches for cats, but it attached with screws. Needless to say, they made ugly holes in the windowsill. My husband wasn’t happy about it, but at the time, I couldn’t find one with suction cups. I don’t even know if they were available. Because of the holes and placement limitations, I would have preferred suction cups over a cat bed that attaches to the windowsill. It served a valuable purpose, but when I found a better option, the damage was done. Worst of all, it was obvious. It was a huge mistake, but it was too late. I filled in the holes, but they were still visible. I can’t recommend that kind in good conscience unless you plan on taking it down.
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Hilary from Vancouver created this pair of window perches for her two boys Hank (orange) and Truman (Tuxedo) and they seem to be a perfect fit! She used the trusty old IKEA Ekby Bjarnum brackets and Jarpen shelves mounted just below the window sill. To create cozy cushions that don’t slide off the shelves, Hilary smartly stitched some twill tape to the corners of two faux sheepskin cat beds and tied the beds to the shelves. Nice solution! And they can be easily removed for cleaning.The K&H Deluxe Kitty Sill™ with Bolster features the same ingenious design as our wildly popular , but with a bolster and upgraded cover. We lined the sleeping surface with soft microfleece and covered the bolster with a beautiful print design. The bolster offers a zip off design, giving you the flexibility to use this window sill cat bed however you like.The reason for the smile? The perches are ancient, and whenever I answer it, it makes me remember all the cats that have enjoyed them before Allegra and Ruby. I bought two of the perches for in the late 1980’s. One is in my bedroom, one in my office. They require no tools for mounting, they attach to the window sill with a velcro strip. My window sills are very narrow, about two inches wide, and it’s enough to hold the perches securely. Amber was the heaviest of my cats, and even at 13 pounds, the perches held up to daily use.According to Mary James, co-founder of SurfPet, a company that sells a variety of indoor and outdoor cat products, “There are so many types of cat beds, including hooded beds, heated beds, window sill beds and orthopedic beds. And if yours is an outdoor cat, there are several very nice enclosed beds on the market that are designed for outdoor use.”