Cat Window Bed

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It’s a daybed for a cat nap Yaaaawwn. Being a cat is busy, tiring work. You get to lay around all day without a care in the world, after all. That’s why when it comes to the expert art of taking a cat nap, give your kitty the ultimate cradle…

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It’s a daybed for a cat nap
Yaaaawwn. Being a cat is busy, tiring work. You get to lay around all day without a care in the world, after all. That’s why when it comes to the expert art of taking a cat nap, give your kitty the ultimate cradle of luxury our Cat Window Bed– for a place right under the sunlight, by the window.
Crafted with love
Our Cat Window Bed features an exterior made from environmental-felt cloth and an interior crafted from eco-friendly EVA material. A cushy interior pad helps add texture and absorb body heat for a perfect lounging spot.
Holds up to 22 pounds (Garfield would love it)
Three sturdy suction cups help stick firmly to any glass window for the ultimate sunbathing headquarters for your cat. Big or small, any cat up to 22 pounds can lie up here and catch up on some sleep.
Sized for comfort
Our Cat Window Bed measures 23.6x 9.1 in (60 x 23 cm) in full, with an internal sleeping space measuring 20.4 x 5.9 in (52 x 15 cm). Give your kitty ample stretching space and spacious quarters for catching Z’s. Big or small, your pet will appreciate this lazy lounging space.

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Not sure why some are saying this is too small? It’s obviously not a window seat where your cat can stretch out in, but it is big enough for a large cat. We have a 15 lb Ragdoll who happily sleeps in this. The suction cups are surprisingly strong. We installed the window pod above our sunny seat (cat hammock) to test out just in case it fell off the window and so our cat could easily get in and out of it. So far so good! Has not fallen yet and we have had it for a week now. If your cat likes curling up in boxes he will love this.


My babies absolutely love this. We tried the enclosed one in the past but it’s so narrow and only has one opening that my cats get stuck and can’t turn around in it so they don’t use it. But we have three of these at home and they love it! So cute. They even manage to snug two at a time!!!! Definitely a must have for your fur babies!!! And it’s never fallen once- my cats are definitely
On the larger side- 15 pounds each at least ^.^


I have two cats about a year old. I bought this 3 months ago because I wanted to try out one before spending money on 2 of them. A week later, I had to buy a second. Anyone who says it falls down just isn’t putting it up right!! Mine did fall the first few times; but after cleaning with rubbing alcohol, they’ve now been installed successfully for over two months. I included a photo of my cats’ sad lives before they owned window seats. Now, they each have an “assigned” seat.

They literally sleep in these every night. Just the other day, I walked in and found them BOTH sharing one, which was the cutest thing ever. Just FYI they weigh approximately 25 pounds together. I would say I have them about 3 feet off the floor. My heavier/stronger cat jumps directly from the floor into the seat and it doesn’t budge. My smaller cat prefers to jump onto something else before entering his seat. I truly was skeptical, but now I don’t know how I went so long without these seats!


Just received two window hammocks today. I just installed the first one without warning the suction cups, and I did insert the pillow. Put my 12-14lb Maine coon in it and he wasn’t totally in love. Just flopped out bc the cushion made him fairly tall in it so rolling just let him roll right out of it.
However, then I installed the second one, soaking the two twist suction cups like the directions suggest, installed it and didn’t put the cushion in, and my kitty is IN LOVE. He is already passed out in it and I haven’t even left the room from installing it yet.

I mentioned the install approaches as I’d like to test how well the soaking actually helps. I also installed the second one with the side cups pulled in a bit like other reviewers had mentioned. I think it’s a great suggestion, especially if you got some fat cats like I do ;).
Overall, I am very very pleased with my purchase. I will update my review if anything to the contrary comes with prolonged use. I will be taking the cushion out of the first one just simply for having more room.

First photo is the second install. Second photo, you can see how much taller his body is due to the pillow. He still, clearly, liked it though.
Also, install was very easy and it seems most seriously sturdy on my windows. I used 91% rubbing alcohol to clean the windows and cups


This is the best window perch I have ever tried! We used it to travel with our foster kittens to California and all around Arizona. They adored it! When you foster neonatal kittens you can’t leave them for more than a couple hours at most since you are bottle/syringe feeding them ever 2 hrs. So once the kittens were old enough to not need to stay in their large dog carrier when traveling we got this and they spent almost the entire trips in it sleeping or watching the world pass by.

We still had the carrier behind the second row in our SUV covered in a large beach towel for the litter and a safe space to hide if they got scared. But they really never used it except for potty time. Once we arrived at the house they had their carrier and a small area to get used to the space before introducing them to the rest of the room and home. We spent 2 weeks in Pinetop on vacation in the family cabin where hubby came up for the weekends. Then 4 days in Cali and a couple days in Prescott at client’s summer homes as hubby worked.

This last week the 14 week old kitten, Rowan/Stevie (a tuxedo male), was adopted after being cleared from his health issues and neutered. He had to take a longer time to get healthy and become socialized enough to be adopted. His forever family is ecstatic that he is already likes traveling and is planning to get one of these for their car/home. Lark is 13 weeks now (a diluted Torbie, which is a Tortie with Tabby markings) and will be spayed this coming week as she just finally passed her 2 pound mark! She was very, very ill, small and eventually the only survivor of her litter after her sister Gracie passed. 😭

I loved our tiny Gracie. Our teen daughter and Lark have bonded VERY strongly (as Torties and Torbies frequently do with a single person, though she loves hubby and me, too). So we have officially “foster failed” and will be keeping her. 😂 She has had a great time traveling, seeing all the scenery especially all the birds, dogs and people. Though they can’t always see her through the tint she Meows, Trills and does that mostly silent bird fascination sound to them all! Though she will likely have to share her perch when we bring it into our daughters room with our other two cats! I think we will need to get another one or two of these to keep them all happy! ❤️

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