Cats in baskets

Cat, Kitten In A Basket, Babies, Animals

Cats sleep the majority of the day, and they usually find a cozy spot to sleep. It might be your bed, favorite chair, pile of papers and books, new pile of linen, on top of a piece of furniture, or in an isolated corner.
For my cat Mittens, those were preferred spots at one time or another, that’s until I got her a cat basket. I placed it in her favorite corner, added an old towel for cushioning, and at first she ignored it. Two days later I added her favorite toy to the cat basket, observed from afar, and waited patiently. Since that day it has been her favorite, cozy spot.
Cat baskets can be found in a variety of sizes, they are composed of different materials, can be found in most pet stores, and can be purchased online. Rates are reasonable, and our loyal family members deserve to be treated for their own place. They don’t just sleep in their basket, they stretch, and roll and play.
When shopping for a cat basket you want to consider not only the size, but also the age of your cat. If you have a young cat you need to buy a cat basket large enough to accommodate a growing cat. The cat basket ought to be big enough for your cat to stretch out, as cats frequently do, into whatever place he or she likes.
The vast majority of cat baskets I have seen are made from interwoven rattan/reed, typical basket material. Including a pillow, blanket, towel, or older, but clean clothing is all that is necessary. I occasionally use old clothing and towels then discard when soiled as my cat spends thirty minutes to an hour outside each day, and after swallowing all that grass I anticipate vomiting. Whenever the rattan/reed material becomes soiled with vomitus, I just wipe with a moist soapy cloth or disinfectant.
Cat ribbons are also made from plastic and foam rubber. They are easier to clean and disinfect. The foam rubber is usually covered with a zipped, machine washable material which can be easily laundered from the washing machine.
All you have to do is unzip and remove foam. The plastic variety, I personally avoid due to fear of possible toxic exposure to BPA to my furry friend. We have to be cautious when purchasing items made from plastic whether for people or for our animal family members. As have been revealed by the media some products, including plastic products such as toys and feeding bowls from China and other foreign countries, may contain toxic substances containing BPA and other products contribute, which can be detrimental. USA made products are usually safer.

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