Designer Cat Beds from HOWLPOT

| April 28, 2016 | 7 Comments

Designer Cat Beds from HOWLPOT

You all might recall a Ragdoll of Kitten of the Month, Finley Bean.  Finley Bean’s mom has a blog and every now and again features products she has found. She recently featured this company, Howlpot, in Korea.  I fell in love with some of their designs and wanted to share them.

Cool Pet Beds from Howlpot

 

  1. My Territory $295 – a great comfy bed that is a different take on a cat cuddler bed
  2. Howly $220 – this bed is more like a cat cave
  3. Hammock $145  – a stylish modern approach to the traditional cat hammock.
  4. Ordinary Foam $140 – a good looking version of the traditional pet bed

They all come in 4 colors (Basic Beige, Blue Crush, Peach Perfect and Downy Stone).

HOWLPOT Designer Cat Bed Colors

You can visit their website to see more up close photos and details of each bed, as well as a video that shows the product. I have included the video of the Howly bed below.

The Howly bed is my favorite – I can totally see Trigg digging it and think it’s cute as heck! Check out the video below to see how well it is made.

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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  1. Patti Johnson says:

    Wonderful post, Jenny! I am obsessed with all things from South Korea (the language…so pretty, food…so delicious, K-Pop music…lurve those boy & girl bands and their concepts, K-drama…South Korean version of the Telenovela and they are awesome to watch)! Their entire culture is just fascinating to me!

    These catbeds are very impressive but a bit out of my budget! Yikes! The Howly is my fave, too! I think it would be so pretty in that blue and/or peach color!

    A big thanks to Finley Bean’s Momma for inspiring this post!!!

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

    P.S. Things are very expensive in South Korea so the high prices for these items are not too much of a shock. But, knowing what I have learned about South Korean products they will definitely be super high quality! 🙂 <3

    • Jenny says:

      how interesting, patti! how did you get into the south korean culture? i have never heard of k-drama – where do you watch those? netflix?

      • Patti Johnson says:

        I’d been watching South Korean movies for years starting back in 2008 when I came across one entitled “200 Pound Beauty.” After that I was truly fascinated by all things South Korean. A few years later my bestiest friend from Colorado told me to check out some K-drama shows on DramaFever.com and I was hooked. Then, she turned me onto K-POP music videos on YouTube and I was a goner! Then, I found Viki.com and got a monthly pass subscription for $3.99 each month and that’s my home base for watching K-drama TV shows, variety shows, music videos and movies! (The reason I prefer Viki.com over DramaFever.com is that the monthly cost is cheaper AND you can view comments made my other K-drama addicts, which are HILARIOUS, while you watch the show. The comments stream at the top of the viewing screen while you watch. You can even submit your own comments, too. I find the comments are like watching the shows with your best friends making snarky and hilarious comments about the plot, how pretty and flawless the female lead’s skin is, how handsome and chiseled some of the male leads are…especially if they do the obligatory brooding shower scene where you can see the male lead’s “chocolate abs”…abs that resemble the sections of a Hershey’s chocolate bar, etc.). There are similar plot points in each K-drama that hilarious comments are made about…the main character goes out in the rain and needs an IV drip minutes later from getting soaked in the rain (which apparently is deadly for all Koreans), the male lead’s obligatory piggyback ride of the female lead when she’s drunk too much soju (the one alcoholic beverage that is consumed my gallons in each K-drama without any liver damage apparently), the male lead’s mother trying to kill/kidnap/ruin the female lead so she can’t marry her son, the male lead’s billionare father withholding his love, no traffic cops exist in Korea as the evil villain/male lead/female lead drives recklessly through the streets of Seoul, Koreans have no peripheral vision at all, Koreans must do laundry in big plastic tubs instead of using washing machines, and cooking ramen in the infamous golden colored pot and eating it while piping hot is not painful, etc, etc. It’s so much fun to watch with the comments on! Viki.com also has tons of shows from other countries as well as Korea. But the Korean shows are my absolutely fave! And after watching these for years you learn to understand a bit of the language (which is really beautiful to listen to). Rant over. lol 🙂 <3

        • Patti Johnson says:

          P.S. Yes, there are many of these K-dramas and K-movies on Netflix. But, I think it’s so much more fun to watch them on Viki.com because of the comment stream… 🙂 <3 The very first K-drama I watched was Boy Over Flowers and then I was hooked. It has every single one of the cliche plot points of a good Korean melodrama. You'll either love it or hate it. There seems to be no in-between area when it comes to K-dramas. lol 🙂 <3

        • Jenny says:

          Patti, this is wild – I didn’t even know any of these things exisited – how fun. thanks for sharing.

          • Patti Johnson says:

            You are most welcome, Jenny-ssi (pronounced Jenny-she which means Miss Jenny in Korean!) 🙂 <3

  2. Teresa Reid says:

    Oh my gosh these are awesome! In love with the first 3 for sure. The 4th is great, but my girls don’t go for the really puffy pillows as they prefer a firmer surface to lie on. Love how streamlined and clean-lined all their products are. Look like excellent quality too! Love that zipper for the hammock. What a well thought out piece. Just wish the fabric was machine washable if someone ever hacked a hairball on it! Love the neat way that hammock goes together and is so well made. Great find Finley Bean’s Mom! Thanks for sharing Jenny! Going on the list which is now so long it is trailing down the street! Haha!♥♥♥

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