By gilbert. Cat House. Published at Saturday, April 14th, 2018 - 07:49:18 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.
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.
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.
To describe them a nut shell, these cat houses are the purrfect home away from home even to the fussiest of cats. Designed to be installed in the open these sturdy innovative outdoor cat houses can withstand extremes of temperature. They have insulated flooring for added protection, air ventilation, and a clip on door which helps keep the interior warm in the coldest of winter months.
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