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K&H Pet Products EZ Mount Bubble Pod Cat Window Perch

K&H Pet Products EZ Mount Bubble Pod Cat Window Perch

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    she loves it!!

    By catbubble on Jun 15, 2020

    It took my cat a few days to make sure that it wasn’t going to move off the window and take her to the vet.... once she got used to it being there (2-3days) she now LOVES IT!! She is in is everyday! There are TWO ways in/out. Easy to put on the window. I’m so glad I got this thing.

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    Cats say, “no way!”

    By Kitty on Jun 29, 2019

    I put my cat in it and....he hated it! They can not turn around like the half window bed. My other cat just cried when she was in it. It’s almost like it’s to confined and for my cats not too much room to move around.

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    Cats say, “no way!”

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    I put my cat in it and....he hated it! They can not turn around like the half window bed. My other cat just cried when she was in it. It’s almost like it’s to confined and for my cats not too much room to move around.

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    Window pod kitty sill

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    The idea is great, but unlike the above picture, which shows the cats tail out the other end, the actual pod only has one way in. This means the cat has to be small enough to turn around in there to get out. Then, the inside where the cat would lay down is slanted or curved making it hard to not be pushed up against the window. One of my cats is very small, I tried to put her in the kitty pod, she had a hard time turning around but when she did she jumped out. This also requires a very large expanse of solid glass to adhere to the window. The suction cups apear to hold it up, says it will hold up to 60 pounds, that large of a cat would not fit in the pod. So, while I really like the idea The idea is great, but unlike the above picture, which shows the cats tail out the other end, the actual pod only has one way in. This means the cat has to be small enough to turn around in there to get out. Then, the inside where the cat would lay down is slanted or curved making it hard to not be pushed up against the window. One of my cats is very small, I tried to put her in the kitty pod, she had a hard time turning around but when she did she jumped out. This also requires a very large expanse of solid glass to adhere to the window. The suction cups apear to hold it up, says it will hold up to 60 pounds, that large of a cat would not fit in the pod. So, while I really like the idea, it is not usable for me and ended up being a waste of money and I am wondering just what to do with it. … more

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    4 cats + 1 kitten say: "No way!"

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    I tried this with 5 cats across 3 different households. No one wanted to go in. I think because there is no exit hole. After repeated tries of putting the 7 week old kitten in, she finllally stayed for a while. When she started kneading her paws on the polyester fiber mat, I thought: "Oh, good she's getting comfy." But then, she started pulling the fibers out with her mouth and eating them! I immediately removed the pad so her digestive track wouldn't get obstructed. Without the pad, it's not so nice to sit in. If your cat does the same, you could try replacing the pad with a fleece sweat shirt or something. I recommend the EZ Mount Bubble Pod over this one as it has two holes and a tad more I tried this with 5 cats across 3 different households. No one wanted to go in. I think because there is no exit hole. After repeated tries of putting the 7 week old kitten in, she finllally stayed for a while. When she started kneading her paws on the polyester fiber mat, I thought: "Oh, good she's getting comfy." But then, she started pulling the fibers out with her mouth and eating them! I immediately removed the pad so her digestive track wouldn't get obstructed. Without the pad, it's not so nice to sit in. If your cat does the same, you could try replacing the pad with a fleece sweat shirt or something. I recommend the EZ Mount Bubble Pod over this one as it has two holes and a tad more room. The plusses of this are: 1) this is so easy to put on and off 2) It is a low profile design that won't hit you in the head should you mount it above a couch, 3) It's presently on sale. … more

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