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About Happy & Polly Cat Bed

Ensuring your feline companion has a dedicated, cozy spot for their marathon naps contributes significantly to their overall health and happiness. A leading brand in the pet care industry Happy & Polly, understands this necessity and offers a variety of cat beds designed to cater to the diverse preferences of our feline friends.

If your cat loves sleeping very much, then I highly recommend you buy a Cozy Green Radio Cat Bed for it. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the combination of soft plush and PP cotton materials creates a fluffy and gentle surface that cradles your cat into blissful slumber.

If you have a large cat, such as Bengal, American Bobtail, Maine Coon, Ragdoll. Then the 35.9'' Wooden Sunset Cat Couch is best for it. Extra large space for it to roll around. This is also a good choice for multi-cat households.

Happy & Polly also offers cat beds in various styles, which, when paired with cat water fountains and cat trees, complement the overall ambiance of the family home.

FAQ

Choose a bed that matches your cat's size, allowing them enough room to stretch out comfortably but also cozy enough to provide a sense of security. For kittens or small cats, a smaller bed will do, but for larger breeds, look for a bed that offers ample space without making them feel exposed or vulnerable.

Yes, cats should have beds. Providing a cat with its bed offers a variety of benefits. It gives them a dedicated space for rest, which can help reduce stress and anxiety. A bed also keeps them warm and comfortable, supporting better sleep quality. Additionally, having a designated bed can discourage sleeping in unwanted areas. It's a way to cater to their instinct for finding a safe and cozy spot to retreat.

The best place to put a cat bed is in a quiet, low-traffic area where your cat feels safe and secure. It should be away from loud noises and disturbances. Many cats prefer elevated spots, so placing a bed on a shelf or a piece of furniture can be appealing to them. Ensure the bed is in a location that is not too hot or too cold, and consider placing it near a window if your cat enjoys looking outside. It's also beneficial to have multiple beds in different locations throughout your home to accommodate your cat's changing preferences.

Cats are creatures of habit and may initially be hesitant to use a new bed due to unfamiliarity. To encourage use, place the bed in a location where your cat already likes to rest, and try adding a familiar blanket or toy to make it more inviting. Patience is key; it may take some time for your cat to adjust.

For the health and comfort of your cat, it's recommended to clean their bed every 1-2 weeks. Generally, a gentle wash in the machine with pet-safe detergent and air drying is effective. For beds not suitable for machine washing, vacuuming and spot cleaning with a mild detergent can help maintain cleanliness.

Choose a bed that matches your cat's size, allowing them enough room to stretch out comfortably but also cozy enough to provide a sense of security. For kittens or small cats, a smaller bed will do, but for larger breeds, look for a bed that offers ample space without making them feel exposed or vulnerable.