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Suction Window Cat Hammock Window Cuddler Kitty Face
This fabulous window cat hammock will satisfy you cats desire to get up high and nurture your cats innate behaviour of watching birds but to top it off your cat has a fabulous comfortable bed to bask in the sun and lazy the days away! Ahhhhh wouldn’t we all love a window hammock!
- Instantly turn any window into a kitty entertainment center!
- The ingenious EZ Mount Window Bed™ attaches to virtually any window in seconds utilizing our proven suction cup mounting system.
- Completely open at the top, this half pod design gives cats easy access to climb in and out of.
- We’ve included a soft, warm, cushy Amazin’ Kitty Pad™ for hours of snoozing and
- watching over the household.
- Available in two colors.
- One year limited warranty.
|Dimensions||11 in. x 27 in.|
|Item Weight||3 lbs.|
Why do cats love to be high?
Most cats enjoy being in high places. Whether it’s a high shelf, this fabulous window hammock or the top of the refrigerator, your cat may feel more comfortable in the upper half of the room where he can keep an eye on the world around and below him with greater confidence.
Instinct plays a large role in determining this feline habit. Cats are tree-climbing mammals that descended from Proailurus, the first true cat. Early cats were hunters and many of them lived in the rain forests. Their claws enabled them to climb skillfully, escaping into trees for safety or climbing up high to lie in wait for prey. In other words, climbing had survival value and became hard-wired as a way of life for cats.
Cats climb for safety and just for the fun of it. They will sprint up and down a tree, or your draperies with the same skill their ancestors used in the forest. A cat’s flexible musculoskeletal system gives them exceptional coordination and balance and enables them to jump up high. Strong muscles in the hindquarters and back enable a cat to leap several times his own length, either horizontally or vertically. A cat’s claws are as important to them for anchoring and leverage as grappling irons and crampons are to rock climber.
Watch a cat before he leaps onto a high place. He leans back and stares. He seems to be calculating angles from where he is to where he’s going. Without taking his eyes from the intended spot, the cat suddenly becomes airborne, but he doesn’t land with a thud. Making a graceful jump, the cat seems to hover momentarily before his paws softly touch down. Quickly, the cat makes himself comfortable, turns around a few times, tucks in his paws, and enjoys the panoramic vista from his lofty safe haven.