By gilbert. Cat House. Published at Thursday, April 19th, 2018 - 05:56:45 AM.
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.
If you dont want to have the outdoor cat enclosure right against your back door, you might like to invest in a removable tunnel that attaches to the cat flap and the enclosure. This way you can remove it when you need to use the door for normal purposes. By building or purchasing an outdoor cat enclosure for your cat, you will be giving it some of the freedom of the outdoors while keeping it safe from harm.
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.
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.
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