Suitical Recovery Suit For Cats

by Suitical
Starting From: $43.99 Our Price: $43.99
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76906-1

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  • Lightweight, breathable full-body recovery suit for cats 
  • A great alternative to the e-collar or bandages
  • Protects and helps your cat recover from a medical procedure
  • Contains no lead or other toxic substances - 100% animal-friendly
  • Machine washable, hang to dry
  • Available in three sizes
  • This item is final sale 

Suitical Recovery Suit is an excellent alternative to using an e-collar, bandages after a medical procedure or worn to help nursing cats with weaning and more. Made from cotton and invista lycra 4-way stretch material for a lightweight, breathable design that features soft stretch bands around the neck and upper legs, snaps and poppers alongside loops that your cat's collar can go through to ensure a secure, snug fit and more. Inside the suit is a pocket with a blue inner layer that will allow you to see if fluid loss is present and an ice pack or sanitary towel can be inserted in the pocket to help with the recovery process.

Suitical Recovery Suit is handmade, contains no lead toxic substances and is 100% animal friendly. Machine wash only, hang to dry and do not iron, bleach or use other chemicals. Available in three sizes, please see the specifications tab for measurements.

*Due to hygienic reasons we are unable to offer returns or exchanges on the Suitical Recovery Suit. This product is final sale. If you are unsure about the correct size for your dog, please reach out to our customer service team.

Sizes

Size Length
XX-Small 33 - 42 cm (13.0 - 16.5")
X-Small 40 - 45 cm (15.7 - 17.7")
Small 43 - 51 cm (16.9 - 20.1")

How to put Suitical Recovery on your cat

1) Roll up the suit, having the middle head opening in your hand. Ensure that the inner blue layer is facing down. Place your cat's head through the opening

2) Start placing one front leg into the smaller leg opening and continue with the other front leg 

3) Move the recovery suit over your cat's body and to the back

4) Make sure the lower belly flap is pulled between the hind legs, towards the upper part close to the base of the tail

5) Snap the snaps and poopers together and inspect the neck, legs and tail to make sure there is enough room for breathability and movability

6) Celebrate with your feline friend; pets recommended!