The Cat Ball® cat bed is a hexagonal cat bed with two openings, made here in brown fabric with little blue squares. The lining is a floral on a green background. This is a view from the larger opening.
The Cat Ball® cat bed is a hexagonal cat bed with two openings, made here in brown fabric with little blue squares. The lining is a floral on a green background.  This view shows both openings and the lining.
The Cat Ball® cat bed is a hexagonal cat bed with two openings, made here in brown fabric with little blue squares. The lining is a floral on a green background.  This angle  shows the smaller opening and part of the larger opening.
The Cat Ball® cat bed is a hexagonal cat bed with two openings, made here in brown fabric with little blue squares. The lining is a floral on a green background.  This side view does not show the openings.
Swatch card for the Cat Ball® cat bed made with a blue squares on a brown background fabric, and lined with a green floral.

Cat Ball Bed - Blue Squares

Regular price $ 72.98
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We've used a brown fabric printed with little blue squares for this Cat Ball® cat bed. The lining is a floral on a green background. This bed matches a Cat Canoe® we made with the same fabrics. These beds are made with fabrics from a Marcus Fabrics collection, and all of the beds coordinate with each other. 

The fabrics are 100% cotton and the inner panels are polyurethane foam. 

    • Our original six-paneled design does not use wires or a frame
    • The interior panels are made of flexible foam
    • This flexible bed can be smashed, folded, crushed, and compressed
    • Cats often flatten this bed
    • Made in the USA, in the state of Washington
    • Two openings, measuring about 6" in diameter and about 10"
    • The bed diameter is 17", and the height is about 16"

Cats shed all over their beds! Our favorite tools for removing this shedded cat fur includes cat brushed and upholstery detailing tools, you can read about tools we've found really helpful here.

Our main article on cleaning cat beds can be found here.

For face masks, machine wash or hand wash, cold water is suggested to prevent shrinking. Recommend washing masks inside mesh bags. Do not bleach. Dry flat, hang dry or tumble dry. OK to iron these face masks.

More details for cleaning face masks can be found here.

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