Tulane's Closet Cover Me by Tui Adjustable Fit Long Sleeve Recovery Cat Pullover

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Health FeatureFirst Aid, Itch & Redness RemedyFirst AidFirst AidFirst Aid, Itch & Redness Remedy
LifestageAdultAdultAdultAll LifestagesAdult
Breed SizeExtra Small Breeds
MaterialNatural Fabric, Cotton

About This Item


  • Long-sleeve post-surgical pullover pet garment.
  • Proves a paw-fect alternative to a cone.
  • Features an adjustable tummy or chest area.
  • Designed to prevent your cat from scratching hot spots.
  • Crafted using 100% Peruvian pima cotton that’s soft to the touch.

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Questions & Answers

9 Customer Questions

The size directions say that "most important" are length and weight. But there are no weights listed on the chart! Where are the weight guidelines?
Answer by ChewyDec 29, 2021
The Small pullover is for pet's weighing up to 8 pounds, the Medium pullover is for pet's weighing up to 12 pounds, the Large pullover is for pet's weighing up to 16 pounds, and the X-Large pullover is for pet's weighing up to 22 pounds.

Would this be appropriate post surgical removal of a rear limb?
Answer by ChewyJun 02, 2020
Tulane's Closet Cover Me by Tui Adjustable Fit Long Sleeve Recovery Cat Pullover would work well for this circumstance. It is recommended tacking/sewing the cuff closed on the sleeve of the limb that was removed. This is so it isn’t exposed.

Are all 4 "legs" long-sleeve, and if not could the suit be worn backwards so that the rear limbs are covered?
Answer by ChewyMay 20, 2022
All for legs are the same length.

How is length measured? Middle of neck to base of tail?
Answer by ChewyAug 22, 2021
To select the best size we recommend that you measure your pet's length, chest girth (circumference) and neck girth (circumference) to compare with the size chart. To measure the length you'll measure starting at the base of the neck and end at the base of the tail. To measure the chest girth you'll measure at the broadest part of the chest behind the front legs and to measure for the neck girth you'll measure at the broadest part of the neck. If your pet falls somewhere between two sizes, we advise ordering the larger of the two. Please refer to the size chart to best match your pet's measurement. The sizing chart may be located by clicking the “Size” tab, on the product page.

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Rated 2.9444 out of 5 stars
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36 Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Shanz on Jun 24, 2023

Strong smell of harsh chemicals

When I open the package, it smelled like harsh chemicals, almost gasoline-like. My cat was getting surgery and I had no time to order from another place so I had to wash it three times to get the smell out of it.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Jenzyjo8 on May 25, 2023

Cat Pullover

It was cute but it was definitely to small. I bought a large but probably should have gotten Xl for thin adult cat. We made it work with a few adjustments. I was worried about cat having to use litter box but he did just fine.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Bahmeen on May 26, 2023

Sizing Matters

We ordered a large recovery coat for our 16 pound cat and it turns out he was too large for the coat. He managed to tear it off.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Lwints on Mar 31, 2023

Do not recommend, safety risk to pet

Very easy for cat to get injured in. Although he cant get it off, he pulls his legs inside the clothes every 5 minutes. It makes him unable to walk. He injured himself by falling off my very high bed because he couldnt use his front legs.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Scotch on Nov 27, 2022

Not sure what we would have done without it

I hesitated purchasing this item given some of the reviews about sizing and poor quality, but when we could not find any other options with long sleeves, I decided it was worth a try. Our cat had surgery on his back knee and we had to keep him away from his stitches, but the hood was a non starter. I ordered the large, per the sizing chart, and the xlarge just in case. Both fit, but because the neck hole does not have any adjustable snaps, we frequently found him with the neck hole around his stomach when he was wearing the xlarge. I would recommend that adjustable snaps be added to the neck hole. The large stayed on him, so we stuck with that size. All in all, it was exactly what we needed and surprisingly he did not thrash around trying to escape from it. All I can say is thank you. Thank you for making it with long sleeves as it dramatically improved his surgical recovery and kept his stitches safe.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Laur on Nov 28, 2022


Snaps in the very back did not stay shut, so cat figured out how to get it off. Snaps on stomach are far less convenient than snaps or velcro on back.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Brittles on Feb 10, 2022

Product is poorly made

Received the product the first week of January and within a week there were stains on the front legs that won't come out despite using three different cleaning products including straight bleach. Now it's the second week of February and I came home today to find that my cat licked a dime size hole in it. For $28 I expected better quality material. Would not recommend or buy again. I'll be looking into purchasing from another company the next time I need something like this for any of my cats.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By LizK on Dec 4, 2021


I'd been looking for something to replace the "cone of shame" for my cat. She was losing fur on her legs and fur that'd been shaved on her belly wasnt growing back normally...we also just got a new kitten a few months ago that's like her shadow; so is she sick, itchy & pulling her fur out or annoyed, not adjusting well to the kitten, and pulling her fur out? Well b/c of her litter box and food dish, the cone wasn't an option. She's 11.32 lbs. The medium was a little snug and I was going to return it then ordered the Large which had much more room in the upper body; I was able to make both work thanks to all those snaps and luckily since I used to be a vet tech, my pets are used to being handled so clothes are like, ok whatever. Turns out she was pulling her fur out but the suit stopped it...and she's accepted the kitten. If your cat/pet tolerates wearing clothes, this is MUCH better than a cone. If they are having trouble moving around, cut the front sleeves off since more than likely it's not the front legs that need to be covered, it gives them their mobility back and makes most cats/dogs much more tolerable of clothing!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Jessica on Feb 24, 2022

shrinks badly

This is the 2nd one I’ve purchased for my cat with horrible allergies. I have to wash before she wears and they have shrunk to the point I cannot use it. It’s really hard to purchase an XL in hopes that it works.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Duncan on Mar 1, 2022

With a little modification my fat cat loves it more then the cone

My cat Duncan had the cone which was making him miserable. This was the only suit big enough for him because he's 19 lbs. I end up cutting the legs off the suit and turning it into a kitty Johnny and he loves it!. Its so comfortable on him he hasn't even tried to take it off.