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"And I'm a kitteh in a tin can... Far from my home..."

Few cats aspire to be Astronaut Kittehs, and it certainly appears that my cats follow the general rules of the feline species.

I'm pretty sure that one of my cats sells drugs for a living. He's gone for hours, then returns with dilated pupils and isn't hungry.
The other one wants to be a cheerleader, or maybe a squirrel exterminator. Neither is interested in Meteorology, navigating the exosphere or like to be in zero gravity. I made this spaceship for Someone Else's Cats, maybe even Yours, who have aspirations to venture into outer space. No.... who am I kidding? I made this thing because I wanted to make it. I really don't care if I ever sell it.

The outer fabric is reflective ripstop nylon, the lining is cotton, and this spaceship happens to be from the USA. This Spaceship Cat Ball has two openings, and unlike my other product, both openings are small, about a 6" diameter. Cats have to be really serious about entering it. It can be really funny to watch them try, and not all cats will be capable of entering the Space Cat Ball. Hey- astronauts have some really tough physical requirements to meet! The model is 11.5 pounds, and due to the small openings, this spaceship is rated for small and slender Astro Cats only.

Astronaut Cat Bed

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: ripstop nylon, foam, cotton, cool patches
  • Feedback: 460 reviews
  • Ships from Washington, United States to select countries.
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