Day 7 of 12 Days of Giveaways: Cats and Boxes

Day 7 of 12 Days of Giveaways is one for your cat. Does your cat like cozy boxes? What about a box that could double as a sleeper and a toy?

If you’re like me, then you want the best for your cat. You may also tend to spoil your cat. So, why not spoil them with this cat cube, house, lounger, play thingy deal. There’s so much all wrapped up in this one item! I bet your cat will think it’s pure awesome. Second only to the pure awesomeness of said cat. Amiright?

Curious Cat Cube (***This is an Amazon affiliate link)

Cats and Boxes

How many times have you seen your cat get the zoomies, grab a toy, pick on a fur sibling, dig a bit in the litter, and then race off for a big nap…inside of a small enclosed space? Or even a box?

While we may never know what goes through a cat’s mind, one thing is certain. Cats love boxes. But why is that? In our house, there seems to be two clear reasons.

  1. The box provides the cat with a place to hide and feel safe.
  2. The box provides warmth.

Safety

All three of our cats were kittens of varying ages when we rescued them from the street. I wouldn’t go so far as to call them feral, but I doubt any of them knew a home before coming to our house. All three will dash off and hide when guests or woofies come over. They hide under something, in something or find the closest box. Obviously boxes make them feel safe.

Warmth

Other times, there is no immediate threat of a stranger, but they’ll plunk right down into a box that I’ve left out, whatever the size. So why would they do this? Warmth!

Being in an enclosed space made of corrugated cardboard, which is a great insulator, the cat will feel warm – and everyone knows that cats love warmth. Their body temperature runs higher than ours. So by being in an enclosed space, they won’t have to work as hard to stay warm, which is especially true in the colder months.

tortie cat in a box
Olive is our resident box lover.

Day 7 Giveaway

Today’s giveaway will help keep your cat warm on the cold winter nights that are no doubt on the way (or may have already arrived at your house!). One lucky reader will win today’s giveaway, which is the Curious Cat Cube. If you think your cat would love it, leave a blog comment below and then use Rafflecopter to enter the giveaway. The item will ship directly from Amazon.

The giveaway is open to U.S. residents, 18+ years of age, except where prohibited by law. If you live outside of the U.S. and would like to enter, and should you win, you can choose to send your item to a friend in the United States. One winner will be selected randomly by Rafflecopter and contacted via email. The winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of the prize, and a new winner will be randomly selected by Rafflecopter. This is not a sponsored giveaway. The giveaway closes on Saturday, December 10, 2016 at noon Pacific.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Congrats to the Day 3 winner! Melissa won the Crafty Cat Lady giveaway.

Day 4¬†closes at noon Pacific today. And don’t forget to enter our Day 5 and Day 6 giveaways!

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32 thoughts on “Day 7 of 12 Days of Giveaways: Cats and Boxes

  1. OMC! I’d LOVE to win this!!! I think I’ve only entered one of the other giveaways to give cats who really wanted to win them, but I really want to win this!!! I don’t like cardboard boxes as much as other cats but I don’t like cardboard scratchers either. The top of that cube looks purrfect!

  2. My cat, Fritz, would love this! I`m sure he would be ‘home’ quite a bit if he was to win this!

  3. My kitties would love this box! Your 12 days of giveaways is incredibly generous and warms my heart – a great example of Christmas spirit!

  4. Our cats love boxes of any shape or size. In fact the other night we had pizza and before we knew it Miss Prissy was curled up on top of the pizza box. I am so sure the will absolutely love the cube.

  5. I made a carpeted enclosure similar to this with an old subwoofer cabinet. The one here looks a bit nicer.

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