Goofy Tails Cat Beds, Mats, Houses, and Trees
Cats sleep an average of fifteen hours a day, and some can sleep up to twenty hours in a twenty-four-hour period. This commitment to cat sleep is exactly why we've put together such a wide selection of cat beds and litter. Cats are most active between dusk and dawn, leaving the midday hours for rest and relaxation. Disrupted sleep cycles can take a toll on your pet's health. Fortunately, you don't have to rock your kitty to sleep, just give her a cozy place to curl up and she'll take it from there. This is where a comfortable cat bed comes into play.
Since your feline friend tends to spend long hours resting, it's only natural that you invest in a comfortable cat bed. Help ensure your pet sleeps well with high-quality cat beds. No matter where your cat rests its head, it should feel safe and comfortable – and your home should look stylish too.
Cat beds and litter come in all shapes and sizes for all types of cats. An important part of pet ownership is finding a style that will suit your cat, from cozy hideaway-style beds to window beds for cats who love to perch.
Explore our range of beds and bedding and find the right one for your pet.
What are the best cat beds? It all depends on how your furry friend likes to sleep. Each cat bed is machine washable for easy maintenance. Whether you're training a kitty or keeping her out of trouble, sleeping in a crate is not unusual. Crate pads can help provide extra comfort for your cat sleeping in the crate.
Cat beds are generally designed to be enclosed and resemble a den or cave. Cats feel safe in covered areas and like to sleep curled up in a ball. This is why the cat tent is very popular with kittens.
Once you've bought a bed, note where your kitty likes to sleep - is it on a wide windowsill? Or that place on the shelf? They typically choose somewhere out of the way and quiet. Place the bed you bought in such a place. If your cat is unsure about using the litter box, encourage her to test it out with a few treats or a sprinkling of kitty litter. It's also helpful to note that cats naturally choose elevated places to sleep so they can survey their entire surroundings/room from their perch.