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Cat Window Perches

Updated on August 30, 2009

If you have a cat, you know how much time they spend looking out the window. And you also know how much the enjoy perching in high places, even if you've no idea how the hell they got up there. And you also know how much they love a good snuggle in a cozy bed, so why not add all these things together and get your baby a cozy windowsill perch? They come in all shapes and sizes and are easier to assemble than most people think. Every cat ought to have one of these, they are just too affordable and too comfy not to! Have a look at the following models and you're sure to find one that suits you and your cat.

K&H Thermo Kitty Sill

K&H are top of the line when it comes to dog or cat beds and you can trust the quality. This particular Thermo Kitty Sill bed is plush and it's also heated for extra comfort. Whether you've got a small cat or a 40 pounder, this cat perch will support your kitty. It's made from orthopedic foam as well so if you've got a kitty who needs extra TLC for his joints, this may be just what you're looking for. Measures 14 x 24 inches.

Catcraft Bamboo Perch

This bamboo cat perch from Catcraft is very Zen looking, isn't it? It's been treated with catnip so your baby will go nuts for it. The bed itself measures 24.8 X 12.6 X 11.8 inches and attaches easily to walls and windows.

Lazy Deluxe Cat Bed

If you've got a posh princess (or prince) kitty, this is your bed. The Lazy Deluxe cat bed supports cats that weigh up to 25 pounds. The bed itself is gorgeously designed and will make kitty look and feel regal! The cover is removable for easy cleaning.

Pet Safe Cat Veranda

The Pet Safe Cat Veranda is a serious cat perch. And it's very clever, as well. It attaches to the window sill and the cage part will actually be outside of the window -- kitty simply walks through the cat door and then curls up on the outdoor perch. The cage protects him and keeps him close to home whilst still allowing him to feel like he's gone outside. This is very good for people who live in an apartment on the 10th floor and whose cats might not otherwise get any fresh air.


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