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Buy Cat Sofas and Cat Couches Online at Affordable Prices
The fall and winter months are here, and with the chilly winds, it's time for you to get a plush bed for your pet. Make your cat feel warm and cozy like spring even on cold winter days.
1. Cat Sofa
The plush small-scale sofa is so exquisite that you will want it in your size. The polyester sofa is made from chew-resistant and easy-to-clean material; the cushion cover is washable.
2. Outdoor Cat Couch
Let your pet soak up the sun on an outdoor couch. (No worries, it can also be used indoors when it's raining or during winter times.) The durable rattan frame of the couch is sturdy, and the foam cushion comes with a zippered and machine-washable cover.
3. Cat Lounge Couch
It's perfect for smaller spaces. The base is made of wood, and the sofa can be machine-washed and tumble dried.
4. Plush Pet Couch
Your kitty (or pup) won't ever want to leave this plush couch that features memory foam for optimal comfort and support.
In order to fulfill different kinds of needs for pet owners, we recommend various materials. You can find pet couches today in a variety of materials such as leather, fabric, and even microfiber. When it comes to buying a couch that will be the most resistant to the sharp claws of your cat, you need a material that is puncture resistant and scratch proof. The best material to accomplish this has traditionally been microfiber. Microfiber couches are able to stand up to years of cat claw “abuse”. Nowadays there are also leather couches with scratch-proof finishes that can reduce the amount of damage done by a cat’s nails; there would still be visible damage done to the couch over time.
Here are some of the recommended sofa materials:
Once you have decided on what type of material you would like for your pet sofa or chair, you will need to consider what color and pattern will work best with your home decoration.
Remember that light-colored fur will show up clearly against a dark sofa, and the same for dark fur on a light couch, so it would be better to aim to match the shades in a way to minimize negative visual impact. This match does not necessarily need to be exact – but remember to still take the color of your decoration into account – sticking to the same general shade would always be a safe option.
1. Choose the right sofa
Many cats prefer sleeping in higher places. One option is to place the sofa on a higher platform. But make sure the surface is stable so that your cat feels safe and comfortable.
2. Bed placement
Like us, cats are habitual animals. Therefore, if your cat seems to prefer an area of the house, take this into account when placing the sofa. Usually cats like sunny and warm places. Therefore, if possible, it is better to place the sofa under the sun.
3. Introduce the cat to his new sofa
This may sound strange. But cats do not like things they think are unfamiliar. Try putting some catnip, or their favorite snacks and toys on the sofa to begin with. Also, keep in mind that cats have sensitive noses and may refuse to go on a sofa that smells awkward to them. Therefore, resist the urge to buy a sofa at a very low price.