Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in the March/April 2016 issue of Catster print magazine. Click here to subscribe to Catster magazine.
Kitty loves nothing better than a good, long nap. So help your furry snoozer nap to it with a cat bed guaranteed to bring nothing but sweet dreams.
1. This rope is dope
Sweet dreams are made of coiled rope and linen beds. Bowl-shaped and fashionable, the bed comes with a cushion and removable linen cover — not to mention its soft mint or mushroom color will spice up your living room.
$195; Siamese Social Club
2. Pillow talk
Check out this hand-sewn West Paw Pillow Bed. The silky soft fabrics and plush mattress will give your cat a good night’s (or day’s) sleep. If your kitty wants to snooze stylishly, the bed comes in a variety of colors including walnut, emerald, and coffee.
$39; West Paw Design
3. An extra-soft blanket
Good luck getting your cat out of bed once she snuggles up to the Cloudpuff Blankie. Nothing says comfy like a blanket made from soft plush and microfiber suede. If your cat can’t get enough, the blanket can also be used as a carrier liner, car seat cover, or couch cover, so she’ll be comfortable everywhere she goes. Comes in two stylish colors: chestnut and champagne.
4. A “big screen” cat bed
Your cat won’t change the channel with this TV set-inspired cat bed. This modern, quirky Cat Ball cat bed is hexagonal, with thick, padded walls for warm and irresistible catnaps. If that doesn’t lure you in, the bed’s contrasting orange and teal will definitely do the trick.
$55; The Cat Ball
5. It’s getting hot in here
Your cat will purr instead of brrr once she makes herself comfortable in the self-warming lounger. With no plug or electricity needed, the bed makes your cat warm by reflecting her body heat. As if that isn’t comfy enough, the bed contains wool plush and corduroy fabrics for silky goodness.
$34.99; Aspen Pet at Petmate
Who said cocoons should only be for caterpillars? Your scaredy cat will always feel safe in the Jackson Galaxy Comfy Cocoon, which has two exits in case she wants to bolt. Whether your cat wants to roll around or take a quick nap, you can make the cocoon the way she wants it. Comes in green and blue.
$19.99; Jackson Galaxy at Petmate
7. This fur-trap promotes warmth
Meet the PurrPadd. Invented by John McAlister, the product contains two polyester pads that trap hair and dust, as well as fibers that hold and absorb heat to keep your feline warm. Comes in white and charcoal.
$11.99 to $13.99; Carolina Pet Company
About the authors: Melissa L. Kauffman is senior editorial director of Catster Magazine. Samar Khoury is assistant editor of Catster Magazine.