Only complaint is it is too small. My adopted stray cat is taller than the peak but he uses it when unzipped.
My cat doesn't like it, will not lay on it or go inside if it is zipped up, I think because it makes a crinkling noise
works fine rolled out flat. pyramid needs a stiffener; collapses easily
My kitten wont go inside it zipped up (sticks her head in and backs away). I got this because she loves to sleep under blankets and also likes to sprawl out on the couch. She only went inside when I put treats in there and didn't stay long. When I unzipped it, she kneaded the fabric--absolutely loved it! I even invited her over to it while she was sleepy, but within the same minute of kneading the fabric, it crinkled and she instantly started trying to attack "whatever was underneath the bed"--even to the point of biting and digging at it. I opened this at my parent's house and the first thing their cat did was attack it and try to find what was making the crinkling noise. Not useful for the intended purpose. I was also a bit disappointed in the lack of cushion for the inner layers that the cat would lay on--not what I expected.
This would have made a fun hideaway bed for my cat, but he was too large to fit in it!! When we unzipped it, and laid it out flat, it crinkled.
our cat purrcey is a runt of the litter he came from and yet this is still small for his size, I've tried treats and I've tried putting it with his things, and placing toys in and around it, he will sit on it for a min and leaves it after such. I believe after observing him that the tent/mat makes too much crinkle sound. like plastic not like paper, he loves that noise. recommend making the tent/mat bigger and use another material for inside maybe a thick cardboard?
She loves it opened up as a blanket, but did not like it zipped up.
Max won’t even leave the bed. She looks so cute in it. I have like a million pictures of her in there.
I have had this for 2 years now and our outdoor cat loves snuggling up in this after coming in from outdoors in fall and winter. While it is not stiff enough to stay open, we formed a hanger on one end for her to go in and out and I also have a pet heating pad underneath to keep her warm. She stays in this for hours. Best investment we made.
I was surprised but out of all 8 of my cats none of them were attracted to this. So needless to say they were donated