How can I keep this cat window bed from falling?
It came with a strip of tape on the back of it and it said to stick it onto the windowsill
It lasted for like 5 days and then it fell off
I taped it over 100 times and it keeps falling off and it ruined my wall paint
I can’t screw it into the window ledge thing
Idk how to anyway
Any ideas how to keep it from falling?
Those black things you see are metal so I don’t think I can put a screw through them
- TallPaulLv 44 weeks ago
Put up a couple shelf brackets. They come with mounting holes & screws. Mount the brackets 16 inches apart so the screws go into studs behind the wall. Tap on the wall to locate by ear where the studs are located.
- Common SenseLv 74 weeks ago
Take the brackets to have a hole drilled into them. Then attach the brackets, with screws, into the wall with a raul plug if there is no stud in the wall.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Get a Styrofoam cat?
- STEVEN FLv 74 weeks ago
TAPE isn't going to support the weight of a cat. I don't know how it is SUPPOSED to attach, but it is NOT supposed to be taped in place.
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- 18 gibbs 20Lv 74 weeks ago
Find someone who does now how to screw it in place and have them do that. Tape cannot hold a cat ledge alone for very long, never mind with a cat on it as well. You're going to have to repaint there eventually anyway due to the current damage. So covering some screw holes won't be an issue.
- GLv 54 weeks ago
Cat sleeps outside - problem solved.
- EdwenaLv 74 weeks ago
A stack of bricks or books from the floor up to the bottom of the shelf. Or a small bookcase and a few books between. You could get rid of the shelf and put in a bookcase of the right height and a nice pillow cushion. Make a nice ramp against the wall up to the top of the bookshelf. A simple board will do.