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Cat Pillows Keep Your Cat Comfy and Cozy
Made especially for the cat who likes to snuggle up and power nap
Unlike cat mats, which are made to be placed on a soft surface as a way to catch fur and define territory, cat pillows can be placed anywhere in the house, creating your cat’s own piece of standalone furniture. Now, we have to admit that many cat owners are content to have their cat use their couches, chairs, and beds, so just by reading this article, you have shown yourself to be a bit out of the norm, and we think that’s a good thing!
While most of our pillow beds are marketed to dog owners, we know beyond a doubt that cats love our stuff! (In fact, the owner of our company has a former stray cat named Ollie who will only sleep on his pillow bed. His Labrador Retriever was known to steal the cat’s bed and squish herself into a tiny ball just to “borrow” it!) Most cats fit nicely into an Extra Small (XS) or Small (S) of any of the pillow beds, such as the Tuckered Out® or Bumper Bed®. For multiple cats, the pillow bed of choice is definitely the Bumper Bed. There are many sizes to choose from, allowing any number of cats to curl up together, while the high sides keep them nicely tucked in.
The wonderful thing about all our pillow beds, whether they are holding dogs or cats, is that they are machine washable and easy to care for. Simply remove the cover from the inner pillow and throw it in on low heat. Why fuss with the upholstery on your own furniture when you can so easily maintain a comfortable, designated place for your cat to rest? And when they’re resting up to 16 hours a day, that’s an important factor to consider! By choosing a quality cat pillow bed that boasts ultimate comfort to stand the test of time, you are making life easy for both you and your cat, and isn’t that what pet ownership is all about?
“The world would be a nicer place if everyone had the ability to love as unconditionally as a dog.” ―M.K.
In 2015, West Paw Design gave nearly $20,000 to both national and local organizations including Montana’s own Working Dogs for Co