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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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    was doubtful but kitty loves it

    By jenna on Jan 6, 2021

    Worked out perfectly to allow my cat to sun and look out a fairly high window. Instead of using the materials it came with I used the heavy duty removable 3M velcro strips because I didnt want to screw it in or rip off the paint on the sill should I choose to move it eventually. I also painted the legs Worked out perfectly to allow my cat to sun and look out a fairly high window. Instead of using the materials it came with I used the heavy duty removable 3M velcro strips because I didnt want to screw it in or rip off the paint on the sill should I choose to move it eventually. I also painted the legs because the beige color just didnt do it for me. Putting some more 3m velcro strips on the legs to secure to the wall ensures its sturdy enough for my 10lb cat to jump on without it coming loose. … 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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