Sterling chooses Nature Nap Oval Cat Bed above all others

Posted July 04, 2009

Sterling prefers West Paw Design beds over the competition’s....

Sterling is a 6 year old half Blue Point and half Siamese feline from Tacoma, Washington. Sterling’s human mom got him a cat tree two years ago but wanted something soft and comfy to go on the top tier for him to lay on. She purchased one of our Nature Naps that fit perfectly. Sterling loves to sit high up on the cat tree so he can keep an eye or two on the bird feeder... and what cat wouldn’t! His mom tried a couple of different styles of cat beds for the floor and Sterling’s favorite chair, but his cousins ended up inheriting the other beds because Sterling prefers the Nature Nap® Oval from West Paw Design. It is his favorite because it is a perfect fit!

On the nights that he doesn’t choose to sleep with mom, you better believe you’ll find Sterling on his chair snuggling up with his favorite bed!

Sterling is curled up on the Nature Nap, in his favorite chair
“I like the beds because I can vacuum them or throw them in the wash when they become hairy.”- Maureen, Sterling’s human Mom


Sleep Well Sterling!

 

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