By gilbert. Cat House. Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 05:43:27 AM.
You will need to install a cat flap so your cat can access its outdoor enclosure. The best ones are those that are gravity operated - they automatically close behind the cat as it enters or exits. I suggest having a clear plastic flap so your cat and see what is outside before it ventures out. Make sure the cat flap has a catch so you can lock it at night.
There is no shortage of cat houses that are available, so you may need to get ready for the variety you are going to find when you start looking. First, if your cat is a climber or jumper, you may want to consider multi-level cat houses. These cat house condos are a number of rooms that are build on top of one another, often with tunnels attaching them, where your cat can find a safe place to curl up and take a nap. These multi-room cat houses are especially good if you have more than one cat. They can each find their own space within the levels.
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.
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.
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