Cat Tent? Food Picnic Tent Bug Netting

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Food Picnic Tent Bug NettingYesterday, I did a review on the LimoStudio Photography Table Top 30″ x 30″ Premium Photo Studio Softbox Light Tent Cube.

After I posted a link to the review on Facebook, a reader commented, “lol, I got the Food Picnic Tent Bug Netting especially for my 7 kitties, 3 are rags, does that make me a cuckoo bird? this is the one I got and it was BIG.”

The Food Picnic Tent Bug Netting sells for $18.89 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35

So, it made me wonder…do you have a tent for your kitty?  If so, which one?  Do you like it?  Why or why not?

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  1. I had a cheap pop-up play tent (meant for cats) at one time. It was open on either side, which I assume is for making a quick escape, but I think it’s the reason the cats did not like it or play in it much. I think mine prefer only one way in or out, it makes them feel more secure.

  2. We have a psuedo-tent for our Miss Pink Sugarfluffytail! It’s originally designed to be a removable litterbox cover for your standard old-fashioned litter box (pan style). Got it at Walmart a few years ago and our previous kitty Miss Sorabelle just lurved it. Pink Sugar loves it, too. She likes to hide in it after she does the “zoomies (cat crazies)” in the very early morning hours. 🙂

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Pink Sugar 🙂 <3

  3. No, don’t have a tent for them but we used to have an outside cat house the kitties could go outside through the basement and enjoy the outdoors while being safe through a screen at the same time. Loved it because they had the best of both worlds while being protected. The older kitties who have all now passed over the rainbow bridge really enjoyed it. Think a tent would be great fun too!

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