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While the pattern is cute and the concept is awesome the fit is very odd, it fit the chest and arms and back perfectly but the back legs were so short and tight!! Def go up a size I guess- idk if there’s a way to exchange for a bigger size but my 6 pound kitten was too lenky/tall for the small size
Based on the size chart, the cat I bought this for should be a large, borderline extra-large. I bought the large and washed it in cool water prior to using it to prevent shrinkage. I put it on him and it felt pretty snug so I did not use the chest and stomach snaps to make the fit tighter. He was able to get out of it within five minutes. I tried again, this time using the adjustable straps to adjust it as tightly as it would go. Again, he was able to escape within a few minutes and in the process, all of the adjustable straps came undone.
These pjs are adorable! I have a 6 month old Devon Rex kitten that is getting spayed. It’s a bit big as their breed is very thin and minimal fur but there are adjustable snaps to tighten. Surprisingly she was very comfortable in it and moved around well. I don’t believe there is anything you can keep on an animal if they don’t want it on, but she was unbothered by it so I have faith it will help her spay healing go as smoothly and comfortable as possible.
I purchased this cute onesie for our new kitty Mae who has been licking/biting so much she has drawn blood. The cone from the vet wasn't working too well, as she was understandably miserable. I had high hopes for this onesie. However, when I tried to put it on, the instructions make it look so easy and it was definitely not. When trying to get Mae's claws of death through the tiny sleeves, she would spread her toes and each claw got stuck in the fabric. While putting it on, I noticed it seemed rather tight and I was concerned that she would be suffocating. After 20 minutes of carefully avoiding her anger at being put into what she can only think is a death trap, I got it on. Boy was I happy. Mae looked like a stiff stuffed animal, on the other hand, but dang it, she was just so cute. I turned around for 2 seconds to grab my phone and get a picture, just to turn back around and see that she had somehow gotten both of her front paws out of the tiny sleeves and pushed both through the neck opening and the onesie neck was now snuggly around her midsection. Something I thought was so tight she couldn't breathe and she got out of it in 2 seconds. What a clever kitty. The low rating is because I didn't feel adequately warned by the product or instructions both how difficult it is to put on and how easy it is for the cat to get out of it, so I'm passing this information on to you. Maybe your kitty would be more comfortable but not our Maehem.
I bought this for my former feral OJ. She was in recovery for an amputated leg. While it did not work for our application (it wouldn't stay over her stump, and I didn't want to make it super tight and hurt her incision), it would work great for spays, hot spots, allergies, etc. Measure your cat before purchase! OJ wears a Large and is about 11.5 lbs.
Item is smaller than anticipated. Once on, the kitten magically removed it within 2 min when we were out of the room. Sadly, she had to go back to the cone
It was adorable but not what I expected. The sleeves were not long, too short.
Thank you for having this item for my cat. The dreaded collar after surgery was such a problem! This pullover saved the day!
Our cat got into the habit of licking his belly until it was bald, even though anxiety wasn't an issue. He's resourceful and figured out how to remove them fairly quickly (backing himself down the carpeted stairs) but we found that if we were persistent and kept putting them back on, eventually he'd give in and just deal with the PJ's. They definitely discourage the overgrooming behavior. We bought the size indicated by the size chart after measuring him as suggested, and find them a bit snug. However, if they were loose, they'd come off much more easily. We typically put one back leg in them, not both, to allow ample room for litterbox use. He's growing back his belly fur, we started seeing results after 2 weeks of PJ wear. We use them when we can't be vigilant with watching him to discourage the licking behavior, so he does get plenty of PJ breaks.
My cat has many recurring self inflicted wounds on her neck and ears. After a year of trial and error, her vet and I decided it was time for some biopsies. I bought these to help cover her wounds while they heal. My cat is an infamous e-collar escape artist! These kept her from going after her wounds, but with a few caveats. I could not put the pajamas on her back legs. When she used the litter box, they got soaked in urine. The elastic also bothered her so much on her front leg, that she licked an area raw. This however could be due to the skin condition that we discovered she has. As for the back end problem, I just didn't put her back legs in, and I buttoned the middle part so it didn't hang as much. This worked very well. If you don't mind doing a few modifications, and if the area to protect is on the front half of the body, I say these work great as an alternative to an e collar! They are super cute too!!