By gilbert. Cat House. Published at Saturday, April 14th, 2018 - 07:49:33 AM.
Also, keep in mind where your cats like to be. If your cats like to be on the top of pieces of furniture, in window sills and above furniture, you should make sure the cat houses you choose offer this type of a location for them. They will want to be well off the ground. Many cat houses are elevated and will allow your cats to perch above the room, in a superior position.
Another problem many people have with their cats is their desire to claw things. That can often be your chairs and sofas. Often when this happens, your cat is just telling you it wants something to use to stretch out and get a workout for its claws.
While once upon a time cats were thought of as the pets that sat on the back of the sofa or on a chair in the house, their role has changed. Many people think of their cats much as they do their dogs. They are small members of the family that have their own personalities and attitudes and as such, are members of the family that deserve their own things. This includes cat houses.
An outdoor cat house can be built in an area of the garden or up against the house. It can be like a large aviary or a small shed or pen. There are some commercially constructed cat houses that are sold in kit form. These are easy to assemble and saves you having to build something yourself. If you have a small backyard, you can turn it all into an outdoor cat house by putting up some strong poles to around 9 foot or 3m high, and attaching some netting between them. By keeping the netting loose, your cat wont be able to climb up it and there wont be any need for a roof.
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