Over the years, many of you have commented on Allegra’s window perch. It’s definitely one of her favorite places to hang out, as it was for all the cats that came before her. In fact, I bought this perch in the mid 1980’s for Feebee, and it’s held up well all these years. Continue Reading
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A window perch is one of the most wonderful things you can offer your cat. It provides a prime viewing and sunny nap spot, all in one simple, space saving product. I have a window perch on my bedroom and office windows. Allegra spends a lot of time on the bedroom perch every single day.Continue Reading
We’re big fans of PetFusion’s innovative cat products, and their newest offering, the Ultimate Window Perch Cat Climber, doesn’t disappoint. This clever design is a window perch, scratching post and cat tree, all in one piece!Continue Reading
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On Tuesday, we introduced you to the amazing Lacey’s Lookout™ Window Seat. This gorgeous piece of cat furniture Lacey’s Lookout™ comes in 3 sizes, 2 bed styles, 4 bed colors and 3 furniture finishes, and is manufactured in the US. The small size comes with a rectangle pillow bed. The medium and large sizes come with either a rectangle pillow bed or a bolster couch. Please read Tuesday’s post for more details.
Today, one lucky reader will have a chance of wining one of these window seats for some very lucky kitties!Continue Reading
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Cats love window perches. From napping to sunbathing to front and back yard watching, window perches are a great way to keep kitty entertained with an ever changing “Cat TV” program. Window perches come in all sorts of shapes and forms.
Today, I’m super excited to introduce you to one of the most gorgeous pieces of cat (and dog) furniture I’ve seen in a while: the Lacey’s Lookout™ Window Seat from The Savvy Pet. This patent pending design is not only beautiful, it’s about as functional as a piece of cat furniture can get.Continue Reading
Hi everyone, it’s Ruby! Mom has been hogging the blog, and it’s about time that I get to write something. I’ve been a busy little kitten, helping Mom work, playing with my sister, and trying really hard to stay out of trouble.
But what I really want to tell you about is the excitement we had here a couple of days ago. Let me set the scene: we have a lot of really big trees in our backyard. I love sitting on my window perch next to Mom’s desk, and looking out over the backyard. There’s always something going on: there are birds, and squirrels, and occasionally even bunnies and foxes. And one of the big tree branches was so close to the window that sometimes, I came eye to eye with a bird or squirrel! I love that!
Well, apparently, Mom doesn’t love that particular branch as much as I do, because I’ve heard her muttering that “we need to do something about this.” I didn’t know what that meant. What on earth could be wrong with a tree branch that provided daily entertainment for me?Continue Reading
When the folks at Sunny Seat™ asked me whether I would like to review their product, I jumped at the chance. I had actually planned to have Allegra write this review. She loves the window seats we have, so I thought she’d be excited about having yet another one – after all, everyone likes a little variety, right? Oddly enough, though, she completely ignored the Sunny Seat™. It may have been due to the fact that she already has all the window seats she needs, or because there’s already a piece of furniture or window sills wide enough for her to sit on in front of all of our windows.
I still liked this product a lot, and, with Allegra’s permission, I’m offering it as a giveaway for one lucky kitty. After all, one cat’s reject could be another cat’s treasure, right?
The Sunny Seat™ cat bed is designed to attach directly to the window with four giant suction cups – no hardware or tools needed. I’ll admit, I was skeptical whether something that attaches with suction cups would be secure enough to hold the weight of a cat. The perch is designed to hold a maximum weight of 40 pounds. In order to test the sturdiness of the seat, since Allegra wasn’t cooperating (and weighing in at only 8 pounds, she wouldn’t have been a good test subject for this part of the review anyway), I set an 18 pound bag of cat litter on it. I even bounced the bag to simulate a cat jumping on the seat. The Sunny Seat™ stayed firmly attached to the window.
One thing to note, especially if you’re someone like me, who tends to not to read instructions: it is important that you start with a clean glass surface. When I mounted the seat the first time, I ignored that part of the instructions, and sure enough, within seconds, the seat detached. Once I cleaned the window, it stayed securely attached.
The seat is covered with a sturdy cloth cover, which can be easily removed and is machine washable. The cover material is not particularly soft, but you can purchase a fleecy seat cushion separately, or you could just put a soft pad or cushion you already have on top.
If visually appealing design matters to you, this may not be the window perch for you – it’s pretty plain looking. Despite that, I think it’s a clever product, and a great solution if your window sills aren’t wide enough to mount some of the other perches on the market, or if you don’t want to damage window sills or walls with mounting strips or hardware. And at $19.99, the price is right.
The Sunny Seat™ cat bed, as seen on tv:
For more information and to purchase, visit the Sunny Seat™ website.
To enter the giveway, leave a comment on this post and let me know why you think your cats would like the Sunny Seat™. Tweet about the giveaway or share on Facebook and post the link in a separate comment for an additional chance to win.
This giveaway ended March 11. You may be able to find additional contests to win a Sunny Seat Cat Bed on the Sunny Seat Facebook page.
This product was sent to me by the company. I received no compensation for this review.
Since I last talked to all of you, spring has finally arrived here. What this means for me, since I’m an indoor kitty, is that mom leaves the windows open so I can enjoy the breeze and the spring smells. My favorite place to do that from is on one of my window perches. I have two – one in Mom’s office next to her desk, and one in our bedroom. I spend more time on the one in Mom’s office, because then I can be close to her while she’s working.
In the afternoons, I like to hang out in our living room, because it has lots of sunny spots, especially late afternoon. I can either sprawl out on the couch, or on the blue rocking chair. I like to mix it up a bit.
The other thing that’s new in my life is that Mom has been feeding me some different food. She says it’s called “raw.” I’m not entirely sure about it yet. Sometimes I really like it and eat it straight up. Other times, I just don’t feel like eating it, so Mom mixes it in with my canned food. She thinks she’s fooling me that way, but please. Of course I know it’s in there. I just humor her and eat it that way. I like to keep her guessing. The only thing I don’t like is that now, if I don’t finish every last bite on my dish, it disappears after about half an hour. That’s usually not a problem for me, I’m a pretty quick eater, but I do like to leave a few morsels to enjoy a little bit later as an in between meal snack, and now, that doesn’t seem to be an option any longer. I’m not sure how I feel about that yet. Mom has explained to me that she can’t leave the food with the raw meat in it out longer than half an hour, because it starts going bad, but that doesn’t make any sense to me. How could food ever be bad?
I know she’s making this change because she wants me to be healthy and live for a long time, and I want that, too. I just wish that it wouldn’t mess with my eating routine. Humans – always something with them. What I do like about this change, though, is that Mom keeps trying to introduce different flavors. So far, I’ve dined on chicken, turkey and rabbit. I like the turkey and chicken, I’m not sure about the rabbit yet. It tastes a bit, well, gamey. I saw her looking at Cornish Game Hen on the computer. Hmmm – that sounds interesting. I think I’ll keep giving this new food a chance for a little longer.