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ABO Gear Happy Habitat for Indoor Cats
- Keeps your indoor kitties safe and sound outdoors
- Great for use in your yard or on your deck or balcony
- Provides more than 30 square feet of outdoor safety
- Folds into convenient carry bag for trips
- Includes zipper door and 2 pegs for staking down
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The Happy Habitat gives a breath of fresh air for your indoor cats. They can enjoy over 30 Sq.Ft of outdoor pleasure and maintain their natutral instincts to be outside in the safety of enclosure.
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First, the ABO is easier to put together, and literally opens into form, when you take it out of the travel case. The Feline Funhouse Opened easily, but was impossible to break down after opening it. The one and only time I tried to break down the Feline Fun House, I spent 30 minutes trying to follow the "easy" break down directions, and ended up bending the support wires, and the Feline Funhouse never opened up fully again (since I accidentally bent the supports, in trying to break it down, to transport it.) The ABO is truly "easy" to open and can be broken down in an second. When the ABO is broken down, it actually fits back into the little bag it came in. There is no way the Feline Fun House would ever fit into the bag it came in when you try to break it down. The ABO breaks down so easily and is to small, that i will take it in my luggage when we travel with my cat.
The ABO is also completely see though, as it is completely made out of mesh. The Feline Fun House has parts that are made of blue fabric that your cat can not see through. My cat can see in all directions without any obstruction in the ABO. The ABO is definitely larger then the Feline Fun House, in that it is taller. It may not be much larger in the base, where the cat sits, but the fact that it extends higher, makes it a larger enclosed space in general.
My indoor cat is SO happy in this tent (as well as in the Feline Fun House) that I DEFINITELY recommend indoor cat owners try one model. My cat wakes me up every day meow-ing then running to the back door, wanting to be let out in the tent. Just a little note: I put heavy chairs on the edges of the tent to hold it down. My cat has discovered that if you run into the sides of the tent, it moves (as does the Feline Fun House). I have found both tents, across the large yard/ and street, (with my cat still inside). So if you dont pin it down, your Kitty could end up across the street. I dont think the stakes that came with the ABO are big and deep enough to really "pin" this tent down. I would not trust them. My cat is very large and could easily take off, and pull out the stakes that came with the ABO tent. The Feline FunHouse stakes are the same, and not deep enough. I opt for the heavy metal chairs on both ends of the tent. Just beware of this:)
Please consider purchasing this or a similar item for your indoor cats to enrich their lives. I don't trust them outdoors unprotected but this gives them a chance to smell fresh air, feel the sunshine on their backs, and get back in touch with who they really are--wild, outdoor animals! Very highly recommended! My only regret is that now one is pestering me to go back out, and I do have to physically carry him out to zip him into the habitat vs. the similar items that can attach to the pet door. He also tried to run back outside whenever I was bringing the folded up Happy Habitat back inside, so I might have opened Pandora's box.
UPDATE (6/13/13): I've had the tent about 3 years now, and it's still going strong. Actually, for the last year, I've just left it outside on the porch assembled since Perkins wants to go in and out several times a day. Even though it's very easy to put up and take down, I got lazy about taking it down every night to the point I was willing to replace it sooner if needed. It's held up through rain, strong winds and even snow/ice. The material has not deteriorated at all. I've recently adopted three kittens, so I'm considering buying a new one to keep them in indoors while I'm at work. I can't speak to durability with cat escape attempts, since my elderly cats have been very content to just sit and enjoy themselves. My 15-year old tuxedo cat Cooper recently passed away, and I am SO incredibly thankful for this product as he was able to more richly enjoy his final years, stretching himself out in the direct sunlight as cats should. I'm sure the sun felt wonderful on his joints as well. And the best part is that the cats as well as all the neighborhood birds I feed stay safe and alive.