- 219 Posts. Joined 12/2008
- Location: Cherry Hill, NJ (but Australian)
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Don't let those little furries fool you. I wanted to put her in one of the rooms until I got back from the store so I decided to buy a 44 inch high gate. When I got back she was sitting waiting for me on top of the stairs. I was trying to figure out how the hell did he jump that. lol Well I am glad he was fine. This is to give you an example of how high kittens can jump.
I have an old waterbed platform that has a queen size memory foam mattress and my short-legged munchkin kitty who is not a jumper is able to jump onto my bed. Casey who is now two years old was jumping on my bed as a 7 week old kitten. We got our munchkin kitty when she was six weeks old and she was able to jump up on our water bed before she was able to navigate our stairs. I agree that if you are not sure you could put a small cat tree next to the bed. I did have one next to the bed for Starbuck but she never used it to get on the bed. I was going to move a small cat tree next to the bed for Casey but he jumped up on the bed before I moved it.