Cat window perch delivers an outdoor view and snuggly fleece comfort
Ideal napping spot for kitty, easy, no-tool assembly for you
Thick foam base gives support and comfort to sore joints
Cat window perch boasts the comfort of a bed, with 2-1/2" thick foam base and
cozy fleece cover. Lightweight, sturdy plastic frame and legs.
Elasticized cover removes for washing. Perch removes from sill in
seconds for use as a bed anywhere. 14" x 24" oval.
Sturdy, solid design for pet safety
Attractive oval shape with thick, orthopedic foam
Decorative brackets adjust to fit any windowsill
Soft, machine washable fleece cover
Easy assembly - no tools required
Easily snaps together and adjusts to any windowsill using provided hook and loop fasteners and will support over 40 lbs. A 14" X 24" oval layer of super soft orthopedic foam is covered with washable fleece to provide year-round comfort. Screws are provided for a more permanent attachment.
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Your Kitty Sill can be attached to virtually any windowsill using one of two provided attachment methods:
Hook and Loop attachment:
(For any windowsill): Upon removing the Kitty Sill from box, note the forward edge of the tray portion. The screw holes in the tray are to be nearest the window. Hold the tray onto desired mounting position on the windowsill and determine positioning of legs. Snap the legs into position and hold up to the windowsill again. Be sure the Kitty Sill is level. If it is not level, snap legs into another position. Once desired adjustments are made, remove the tray and attach hook and loop fastener to the raised portion on the bottom of the Kitty Sill tray directly under the two outside screw holes. Gently set the tray down onto the windowsill in the desired position. Press down firmly above the hook and loop fastener strips to ensure proper adhesion to windowsill. For best results, wait 24 hours before using. This gives the hook and loop fastener adhesive optimal time for proper adhesion.
(For wood windowsills.) Remove cloth cover and foam. Use same positioning techniques as above. Once desired position is achieved, mark windowsill through the screw holes in tray using a pencil. Using a 1/16" drill bit, drill 1" down into windowsill. Use a Phillips head screwdriver to attach Kitty Sill with the 3 provided screws. Replace foam and cloth cover and your sill is ready for use. Rubber bumpers may be attached to the legs where they meet the wall if more stability is needed.
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