By gilbert. Cat House. Published at Monday, April 16th, 2018 - 08:20:55 AM.
It may be that your cat is always laying on your furniture and leaving clumps of fur all over the place. While it seems the hair comes off of the cat easily, it then likes being attached to your furniture and is hard to remove.
Before you give them yours, give your cat a house of their own. Cat houses come in all shapes and sizes. Available in both indoor and outdoor styles your favorite feline can stay warm and dry in any weather or cool and comfortable indoors. Cats love to climb and explore so a cat house maybe the perfect addition to your home and may just save your furniture and window treatments.
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.
No matter what type of house you choose youll enjoy watching your feline frolic in their new home every day. Some even combine the popular cat tree with a cat house for play and rest. Your cat can climb up the tree and lounge on one of several platforms. When they are done they have the choice to crawl into the house on the bottom and take a needed cat nap or just simply catch some shut eye on one of the platforms as well.
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