|Cover Material||Synthetic Fabric, Faux Fur||Synthetic Fabric, Faux Fur, Nylon||Synthetic Fabric, Faux Fleece||Synthetic Fabric, Faux Fur||Synthetic Fabric, Faux Fleece|
|Furniture Features||Removable Bed||Removable Bed||Removable Bed||Removable Bed||Removable Bed|
|Furniture Frame Material||Plastic||Plastic||Metal, Steel||Plastic||Metal, Steel|
|Height Range||30 inches & under||—||—||—||—|
|Tools Included||No||No||No||No||No Tools Required|
|Furniture Mount Type||Suction||Suction||Suction||Suction||Suction|
I love this and am buying another one as I type. Only my mainecoon wont go in. He prefers on top. For anyone that doesn't want theirs, I'll Def take it off your hands!!! Cheers!
This isn’t every Kitty’s cup of tea, but our Josey sleeps here non-stop. Her use of this bed makes it well worth the cost. It took a little while for her to warm up to it but now she spends most of her day here.
My cats absolutely love it! I may have to purchase a second one for my other apartment window! Alittle hesitation with my 20lbs+ cats, but it's not going anywhere! Super heavy duty suction cups- super sturdy!
I didn’t buy this thing, a friend gave me a used one for free. It’s been two years and it still stick exactly where it was put, never fell off. At first none of my cats seem to be interested. Then a while later, my roommate’s kitten started to enjoy it. Then fall came, and my 9Ib girl figured the good of it and started napping in this every afternoon. My 13 lb boy refused to try this thing for almost 2 years, and I also believe he will not fit in such a small space. But weeks ago, one day, he appeared inside this. And since then, he basically occupied this. When I think, oh wow he fits, i discovered that he does not only fit in this thing but is also able to turn himself inside it. Proof to cats are liquid. So I guess most cats will like this if they figure how to enjoy it, the question is how long they need to figure how to use. And if your cat is around 13lb or below, trust me they fit, if they are willing to fit inside.
It took a bit for him to warm up to it, but now he loves it! Both cats like it, but this guy is crazy about it, especially on warm, sunny days.
I purchased two of these, as I have 2 cats. Both cats love to be in the windows, so much so that they trash my miniblinds. So I purchased these to give them a safe place to watch the world. Hmm - no! The product was great, the cats wouldn't go near them. I had to put both of my cats in them and block the exit so they would stay in it. I left them up for 2 weeks to see if they would try them when I wasn't around - Nope. So I called Chewy and they immediately let me return them. I love Chewy. I have now ordered my cats new window perches, hoping an open perch will be the ticket for these two.
This pod is actually much more flexible than it appears. I've used these on sliding glass patio doors, on glass shower doors, on smooth tiles IN the shower (foster fail bottle babies were raised in the bathtub and love spa time), on car windows, and of course on regular old windows. A bit worse for wear—but still totally functional—my kitties have fought each other while standing on top of these and harassed one another within them. After more than 3 years and 3 moves, these pods are a bit scratched up and sun-damaged (on the black interior), but the yellowed suction cups can still support the weight of two 13-lb cats (one cat in the pod, and the other standing on top). The pods are actually pretty versatile for window size, too. I've squished the sides in to make it fit in smaller windows when necessary. I also like to leave the top suction cup unattached so they can turn around while standing inside the pod. The little bed pad inserts are objectively ugly, so I bought some cotton burping cloths for babies and I fold these pads inside them—like the cloths are a pillow case—so I can wash them once a week. I would absolutely buy these again. They hide behind my curtains pretty well and keep my cats out of my plants on the window sill. I have a 15 lb cat and a smaller blind cat that love to get sun in the pods, but the top suction cup needs to be left open.
It is sturdy and suctions well to the window. I cannot convince our cat to go inside it.
She loves her new space pod. She was a bit hesitant getting into it but once she figured it out she’s spends her mornings here.
My cats find it too small and it is now a dust magnet. Won’t buy again and wish I hadn’t bought it.