Cat Beds

Cats sleep between 15 and 20 hours a day and need a comfy, safe spot to sleep during that time. 

Choose the Perfect Spot

Place your cats bed in a spot where he already likes to sleep so he'll be more likely to use it.

  • Choose a quiet spot away from noise and other pets so they won't be disturbed while they sleep.
  • Many cats like to sleep in warm, sunny spots, so place the bed in an area of your home that gets a lot of sun during the day.
  • For cats who like to sleep in elevated spots, place the bed on a piece of furniture or on the shelf of a cat tree.

Pick the Perfect Bed

Examine the surfaces your cat sleeps on and how he positions his body when he sleeps to determine the type of bed he may prefer to sleep in.

  • Choose a large, soft bed for your kitty to stretch out on if he likes to sleep on your bed.
  • If your cat hides under your bed or other furniture, choose a hooded bed or one with high sides for them to sleep in for comfort and safety.
  • Cats who sleep curled in a ball may like a round, soft bed to snuggle in.
  • Older cats like to sleep in warm spots, so a heated cat bed may appeal to your senior cat.