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The Midwest Cat Playpen is perfect for cat lovers who want to keep their cats contained at different times, such as overnight, or while at work.
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Inside and outside pet crate solution - this sweet pink cat playpen does the job indoors and provides safe enclosure outside. The canopy construction encompasses sunny side and shady side. It collapses easily after removing just a few pins. 600D Oxford Pet Puppy Dog Cat Cage Playpen 2 Door Mini Pig Exercise Crate 4 Size | eBayCat Playpen,Pet Kennels,Dog Cages,Dog Fence,Image Dog,Dog Carrier,Pet Dogs,Tent,Love It600D Oxford Pet Puppy Dog Cat Cage Playpen 2 Door Mini Pig Exercise Crate 4 Size | eBay
Midwest Kitten & Cat Playpen | Playpens | PetSmart I think if i had one of these, I could travel with Pumpkin and not be as worried about her getting loose, being as bored, or getting into "trouble"There are a range of Playpen products to fit your needs, whether you have Cats, Puppies, Ferrets, Rats, Guinea Pigs ... you get the picture! The different Playpen products are suited to different uses, so read on to find out a little more, or just scroll down to the product you are interested in and click on it for more information.Accessories available for your Midwest Playpen include extra Cat Beds for Model 130 Cat Playpen, and replacement ABS Plastic Pans for all products.Just wondering if anyone has found a good way to keep cats out of playpens? (Besides the obvious of keeping the cat out of the room or spraying with water to discourage them). What I am actually wondering is if there is a product out there, like a tent, that would stay away from baby's face, while keeping unwanted pets out, when they are still tiny? The baby will be rooming with us for the first few months, and I really am not comfortable sleeping with the door closed because I feel like I can't hear what goes on in the rest of the house. I am mostly worried about baby's first few months when he can't roll over to save himself from the cat who likes to snuggle... within a a few months, he will be in his own room with the door closed, anyway... If anyone knows where I can find a product like this I would be very grateful! Just wondering if anyone has found a good way to keep cats out of playpens? (Besides the obvious of keeping the cat out of the room or spraying with water to discourage them). What I am actually wondering is if there is a product out there, like a tent, that would stay away from baby's face, while keeping unwanted pets out, when they are still tiny? The baby will be rooming with us for the first few months, and I really am not comfortable sleeping with the door closed because I feel like I can't hear what goes on in the rest of the house. I am mostly worried about baby's first few months when he can't roll over to save himself from the cat who likes to snuggle... within a a few months, he will be in his own room with the door closed, anyway... If anyone knows where I can find a product like this I would be very grateful!The Midwest 130 Cat Playpen has a host of features such as “roll & lock” casters, slide out floor pan, resting benches, and a rust-resistant, attractive Black Electro-Coat Finish.To the right, you'll see a list of the Playpen products we sell for Cats, Critters, Puppies and Small Animals. It's very versatile product range with something for everybody.The Midwest 130 Cat Playpen is ideal for people who want peace of mind knowing that their cat(s) are contained in a safe and comfortable environment.