Giant Cheese Wedge Cardboard Cat House
Does your cat love cardboard boxes? Are you living with dirty, ugly Amazon boxes in your home? Are you worried about your cat chewing or licking boxes that might not be safe? Our Monster Cheese Wedge cardboard cat house is clean, cat safe, fun and attractive! The Monster Cheese Wedge is a great cardboard box toy for box-loving cats. It's a wonderful piece of cat furniture or a cat cave for your cat to climb into and onto.
Assembled, the Monster Cheese Wedge Box is approximately 22 inches long, 16 inches wide and 10 inches deep. Holes are approximately 6 1/2 inches in diameter. The box has hook-and-loop dots that enable it to be disassembled for flat storage and then reassembled again. This stylish cat toy is made from recycled cardboard, so you can be assured you're buying an environmentally friendly product, and the inks are all soy-based - the same ones used in human food packaging - so you can be sure they're safe for your cats. The boxes and inks are made in the USA.
Is there a very large mouse hiding in that ginormous wedge of cheese? I think your cat needs to find out. And if not, it might be just the place for a cozy snooze.
- Made in the USA
- Imprinted with human-grade soy-based inks
- Made from recycled cardboard
- Unfolds for easy storage
- SHIPS FREE IN THE U.S.
“This just isn’t working out,” I stated aloud. Although no one else was in the house, I had gotten into the habit of speaking my thoughts for Mr. Whiskers to hear. I was staring down at three plush cat condos, all various shades of blue, with a frustrated male tabby that refused to enter any of them.
“Meow,” Mr. Whiskers cried, his voice breaking toward the end. I don’t know what it was, but none of the cat condos I bought on Amazon caught his eye. One hundred dollars wasted.
“What sort of cat house do you want, Mr. Whiskers?” I asked, exasperated.
“Mow mow,” he replied. He then got up and went over to my laptop, which was sitting on the far end of the sectional. As he was wont to do, he lightly danced upon the keys while he arched his back and dragged his hocks along the top of the screen.
“Mr. Whiskers!” I shouted, and ran over to my laptop before he playfully tipped it off the couch. Just then, my screen bounced to life and I saw a sizeable wedge of cheese made of cardboard with holes punched out on a site called catisinthebox.com. The price was extremely reasonable given my recent failures. “Is this what you want?” I asked.
“Pffffffffttttttbbbbbrrrrr…” he purred in affirmation.