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K&H Pet Products Kitty Sill Cat Window Perch

K&H Pet Products Kitty Sill Cat Window Perch

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    Skeptical...

    By Oreiayean on Feb 26, 2021

    I am beyond 100% happy with this product so far. I used the adhesive (and blocked off the area to deter my cats not caring for instructions) because my sill is not wooden. And what made me even happier is seeing one of my cats (another cat is temporarily banned from my room for spraying) enjoying the I am beyond 100% happy with this product so far. I used the adhesive (and blocked off the area to deter my cats not caring for instructions) because my sill is not wooden. And what made me even happier is seeing one of my cats (another cat is temporarily banned from my room for spraying) enjoying the extra space. Our window sill was already slightly spacious, but my cats are very spacious too. The Chewy box was a great distraction while waiting for the adhesive. But when I allowed one of the cats onto the sill? He didn't care about the box! I was originally skeptical because I was convinced that the product would just tip my boys off the sill. Then some of the reviews made me afraid that they'd hate the product. … more

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    Not made for cat's comfort.

    By Vettegirl on Jan 17, 2021

    Not really impressed with this perch. Yes it can be screwed into the sill but as far as sticky tape there are two very small strips. I purchased some industrial grade velcro to put a much longer strip on it. Then the base is an open grid hard plastic with a very thin pad over it so you can feel the Not really impressed with this perch. Yes it can be screwed into the sill but as far as sticky tape there are two very small strips. I purchased some industrial grade velcro to put a much longer strip on it. Then the base is an open grid hard plastic with a very thin pad over it so you can feel the plastic and holes; then once you add the legs there are now four at least 1/4" bumps sticking up into the bed also. For now I have cut a piece of cardboard to put between the base and pad. Eventually I will buy a thicker pad. I also removed the harder 1+" x 3" plastic logo patch on top of the sherpa. … more

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