YES! A West Paw Design Bed to Review, FINALLY!
I have been trying to review a West Paw Design pet bed for years. YEARS.
I have always appreciated their designs and like that they are a certified B Corporation – meaning that through a rigorous assessment and review process, West Paw Design has demonstrated its commitment to transparency, accountability and a higher corporate purpose. B Corps use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems, by competing to be not only the best in the world, but the best for the world.
I also love that the beds are Made in the USA – in Montana.
This one, the Montana Nap, is made of certified safe, the IntelliLoft fabric. Eco-friendly IntelliLoft is made from recycled plastic bottles. The IntelliLoft outer fabric is made from a blend of 60% virgin polyester and 40% IntelliLoft; IntelliLoft fiber fill is 100% IntelliLoft and the batting is 60%.
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On West Paw Design’s website, the Montana Nap currently comes in 12 colors.
What pet owner doesn’t love a bed that is machine washable and dry-friendly? I washed it per the washing instructions on the bed’s tag and it held up beautifully (see that in the final review video below).
The Nap is also quite lightweight.
We got the Montana Nap in Jewel in a small that measures 24″ x 18″ x 2″.
Both Charlie and Trigg used the Montana Nap – but Charlie definitely used it more – as seen by the photos in this post. However, you will see in our review video below, Chiggy using it too.
I am very impressed with this cat mat – and suspect it will continue to be a hit with Charlie and Trigg for months and years to come.
Thanks to West Paw for sending us one to review!
West Paw Design Montana Nap Pet Bed Unboxing Video
West Paw Design Montana Nap Pet Bed Product Review Video
Where to Buy the Montana Nap
We received the West Paw Montana Nap for review from the manufacturer . Receiving the free product did not influence this honest post.
So, what do you think of the Montana Nap? Do you think your kitty would like it? Why or why not?