By gilbert. Cat House. Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 06:53:59 AM.
When it comes to the family pets, the dogs seem to always get everything. They have dog houses, a load of toys, they get to do the outside walks and rides in the car. But, what about the family cat? Other than a few jingle bell toys, and maybe one mouse on a bouncy string, what does the cat get? Not a heck of a lot. If you ask me, thats unfair to the cat. Its like playing favorites among the kids, and the cat is losing. You may say your cat is unfriendly. Well, you would be unfriendly too if you saw a sibling getting all the goods and you didnt get any. Its time the cat gets its fair due.
While you may initially think of the purchase of cat houses as a way to keep your pets happy, you may also enjoy the side effect that these pieces of feline furniture will also save your furniture from future abuse.
You can often attach many of your cats toys to the tops or edges of cat houses, to give them built in play-time, and if you look for the cat houses that are made of carpet, it is a ready-to-use scratch pad as well. If you have an older cat, or a cat with medical conditions that is not as likely to be doing any athletic feats, you may want to keep your cat houses closer to the ground. Instead of looking for height, you may want to look for cat houses that have a few rooms side by side at ground level.
They are so unique and innovative a cat shelter that they provides your cat with the type of warmth, comfort and safety that only a warm secure indoors can offer. They are so versatile a cat accessory, that they complement the outdoors, the indoors, and would even look perfectly in place, in any conservatory.
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