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Cat Bed Big Enough for Two
Meet Elliot and Emmett - two orange cats from Issaquah, Washington that have good taste in luxury cat beds.
Elliot is a senior kitty cat (14 years old) that previously had an extra-small Bumper Bed all to himself - he loved it. Elliot is a special-needs cat, born with a congenital neurological problem that makes him a bit unsteady on his feet (cerebellar hypoplasia). Luckily Elliot's mom is a veterinarian, and can take great care of him. It was another human friend, Dr. Baker (a fellow veterinarian and friend of Elliot's Mom), who got him the first Bumper Bed. The cat bed was perfect because it adds a degree of stability that Elliot appreciates.
Not long ago, Elliot received a new sibling... Emmett. It was NOT love at first site for older Elliot. Emmett was adopted from the Seattle Humane Society and is an energetic ball of fur - a true joy of a kitten. The family decided to upgrade to a medium size organic Bumper Bed in hopes that it might entice them both to use it concurrently. The icebreaker worked like a charm and the two cats happily share the cat bed daily. There has even been sightings of the two cats playing around the bed with each other; Elliot cradled on his back in the folds of the cat bed and Emmett running laps around the bed, swiping at the other in each passing.
As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words - these are some happy cats!
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