Buddy the Cat doesn't share with Vixen the Dog

Posted November 24, 2008

Don't forget about the cats!

When it comes to beds, cats don't always share! "Buddy" the cat sure is proof of that! But who can blame Buddy?? Don't we all need a nice place to rest?! Read Buddy's story for yourself:

"Thank you so much for making such quality, comfy beds! My cat, Buddy, kept taking over my dog Vixen's West Paw bed until I got him his own last weekend. Now he leaves the dog bed alone and curls up on his own for hours on end. And Vixen gets to hang out on her bed, too. She's missing one of her hind legs and needs a comfortable place to crash, and this bed does the trick. I love buying these products from an environmentally responsible company in Montana. I grew up in Billings and know that it's important to support companies that choose to set up shop there. Keep up the great work!
Your fan,
Lisa
Seattle, WA"


Vixen finally gets a bed she can lay on!


We were happy to see such a happy ending - Buddy and Vixen both happily resting in their comfy Beds! Sweet Dreams to cats and dogs alike!


Buddy sleeps happy on his new bed.


 

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