The Kitty Tube Gen 3 Outdoor Insulated Cat House - Feral Option with Straw
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- The Kitty Tube Gen. 3 –Feral option with straw. See new features in description below. "The Kitty Tube- Generation 3 is Guaranteed to keep the weather out" The Kitty Tube is simply the highest quality, best insulated outdoor cat house on the market today!
- Comes with new improved awnings and improved removable clear flap door. The Kitty Tube provides an economical, safe, and secure home for up to 3 cats. The Kitty Tube's unique door design will also protect your cat from predators. Alley Cat Allies and Feral Fixers Approved.
- The Kitty Tube includes enough bulk straw to allow up to three fresh layers of bedding, and is fully insulated on floor, walls, and roof with high quality, high R value insulation.
- The built in lifting handles can be adjusted to supply full flow through ventilation for the summer, and can be closed to retain heat in the winter.
- The Kitty Tube is made from post consumer recycled content, and is proudly MADE IN THE USA. The Kitty Tube shell is guaranteed for life to never chip, crack, or fade. By purchasing our products, you are supporting many American businesses and their families.
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The Kitty Tube Gen. 3 – Fully insulated outdoor cat house - Feral option with straw. The Feral Option Kitty Tube comes with enough bulk straw to allow up to 3 fresh layers of bedding. Straw is the preferred bedding for feral cats. Improvements include: A redesigned gasketed awning over the door opening with an improved clear removable flap door. We also designed a vent cap on the lid to remove moisture laden air that causes condensation. -A Scratch Guard™ and moisture resistant interior surface that won't harbor mold, mildew, bacteria, or cat spray/urine. -A vapor barrier that reduces condensation. -Awnings over the top handle/ventilation holes so they can be left open in the rain/snow. -A slightly elevated bottom with a drainage system. -Easy to remove insulation that will lay flat for cleaning. The Kitty Tube has a removable top lid, is seamless in construction, and is earth friendly due to post-consumer recycled content. The one-piece construction provides a smooth interior which is easily cleaned with a simple spray of a garden hose. The dome lid keeps your pet dry in even the heaviest of rains. The geometric shape resists wind, and is naturally preferred by cats. The high quality, fully insulated Kitty Tube is recommended for all outdoor cats. The revolutionary new Kitty Tube provides a safe, economical, and maintenance-free shelter for your pet. Designed for outdoor use, the revolutionary new Kitty Tube is fully insulated to be cool in the summer and ultra warm in the winter. The unique one door design provides easy passage for your cat, but will not allow predators like dogs or coyotes to get to your cat. The Kitty Tube also creates a safe and secure haven for your cat to give birth. The Kitty Tube is extremely durable and guaranteed for life to never chip, crack or fade. The Kitty Tube is an environmentally responsible product and proudly made in the USA. Color/Blk. See website for instructional videos to install Kitty Tube accessories.
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UPDATE ON 2/1/2016: I had been looking for some type of circular plastic grates to place inside the bottoms underneath the hay so that the rainwater doesn't touch the hay or the kitties, which would help. All I could find were these 22" diameter (2" high) storm drain grates on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Storm-Drain-FSD-3017-G20B-Round-Grate/dp/B002GJ47RA (Storm Drain FSD-3017-G20B 20" Round Flat Grate for Catch Basin). They're not cheap and I needed to order two (one for each Kitty Tube). The total came to $84.22. I will still need to drain the rainwater from each Kitty Tube after each rainstorm as the grates are only 2" high.
2nd UPDATE ON 4/1/2016: I decided to drill two small holes (the size of pencil erasers) in the bottoms of both Kitty Tubes so that the rainwater will drain out on its own, and then set the Kitty Tubes on top of bricks to help with the drainage.. so far so good.
So I purchased this for her (and any others that may need it, though I've never seen any but her) and was immediately impressed when I opened the box and pulled out the Kitty Tube. It is very well-designed and made and looks (and works) so much better than my homemade ones. Plus, it is a breeze to keep clean. And I was very happy to read that it is made of recycled materials. I love the versatility of being able to use it in the summer, too.
Missouri is "the Show-Me State" and, unfortunately, that applies to the homeless pet problem (abundant) and all variations of weather (in St. Louis,sometimes all in one day or week). Winters commonly bring temps well below freezing and our summers are notorious (temps can be in the 3-digits but, as the saying goes, "it's not the heat (that will kill you), it's the humidity").
I highly recommend The Kitty Tube to anyone wanting to provide some shelter for a stray or feral. Thank you for producing this!
My family of feral cats LOVE IT!!! It took them about two weeks to use the shelter but as soon as one walks out another of the feral will go in. So far the unit hasn't leaked but I did see some water drops inside on top. Not sure if it is from the heat coming from the 3 ferals that sleep since I use mylar along with straw for the bedding. I know that no water got inside the unit where the cats actually sleep and we did have some bad rain storms. I plan to get another unit in a few weeks. I also have other units under my porch but they all seem to want to stay in the kitty tube. It is strange since the units under the porch are more private for them, I have the kitty tube in the back yard in the open.