By gilbert. Cat House. Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 07:20:32 AM.
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.
Just like dogs, and all house pets for that matter, cats deserve a place that they can call their very own. No, the closet or window sill does not count. Really, they need a place that they can call their very own. To give your cat that space, a great option is wonderful cat houses, which is a fantastic way to pamper your pet.
A good outdoor cat house should have different surfaces for your cat to walk on. These can include soil, grass, some rocks to climb and perhaps some pebbles to dig around in. You can plant some cat safe plants in there to give your cat some greenery to eat. If you have the room, I suggest having some logs and branches so your cat can jump, climb and curl up somewhere high to see whats going on around it. The branches will also be ideal for your cat to dig his claws in and have a good stretch.
Have some areas that are open to the sun and some that are shaded. Having some toys and other playthings in there will keep your cat happy for hours. Depending on your budget, you can create tunnels and hidey holes and ledges for your cat to sleep on. You can soften the appearance of your outdoor cat house by growing some climbing plants over it. Be careful in what you choose and make sure they are not poisonous to your cat.
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