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Coats for cats

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by bevstretton, Jun 3, 2010.


  1. bevstretton

    bevstretton PetForums Member

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    Hi does anyone know where l can purchase a coat for a cornish rex, she does feel the cold in the winter and this yr l want to be prepared, alot of even tiny dog coats are too big, thanks for your help guys
     
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    catz4m8z PetForums VIP

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    Try doggiestylestore.com. Very cheap, decently made and small enuf to fit a 4Ib Chihuahua puppy so should fit most cats. (my friend buys alot of stuff for her Sphynx cats too!):)
    Oh, and watch where you put any spaces when typing it in coz you get some scary results back!BOL:lol:
     
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    catz4m8z PetForums VIP

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    Looks really comfy. My friends cat is now banned from her heated bed coz it cased a skin reaction which she licked raw.:( Also a Cornish Rex cat so hopefully its not a trait of the breed.
     
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    Oh no! That's awful. I will test drive this contraption first to make sure that the straw-filled pad doesn't get too hot. Looks comfy though, right?

    Millie loves hot water bottles in the winter - not just for the warmth but also for the wobble she can have on it. She would love a waterbed but not with those claws - oh no!
     
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    billyboysmammy PetForums VIP

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    I have a cornish myself but she is an indoor cat. She lurves her radiator beds, but ive never thought of putting a coat on her! She would be out of it in seconds of that i am pretty sure! It would ruin her "queen of the house" style! ;)
     
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    memmarmite PetForums Member

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    Can you knit? I'm happy to send you a pattern. If not send me some measurements and I'm happy to sling one together for you!
     
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    caleyg PetForums Newbie

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    We bought a jacket for our cat after she had had spay surgery, as an alternative to an e-collar. It is a cotton jacket and a bit like a baby grow. The website is;
    Dermapetwear
     
  9. bevstretton

    bevstretton PetForums Member

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    Thank you all so much for your help l will have a look at the web sites
    Tabatha is an indoor cat, we have solid fuel central heating, which can take hours to warm up, when it does she lays on her blanket on a rad in the lounge, she really is too posh for her own good at times, do not know whether she will wear a jacket or not for long, but if it keeps her warm until the heating comes on, its worth a try!!!!
     
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