By gilbert. Cat House. Published at Thursday, April 19th, 2018 - 05:56:18 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.
Cats love to go outside and dig in the soil or just walk on the grass. Im sure you know how good bare feet on grass feels. And nothing can replace the sensation of breathing fresh air or feeling a breeze on the face. Cats have a much more developed sense of smell than we do, so the fresh air brings all sorts of aromas to your cat.
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.
If your cat indoors all or part of the time you can get a house for them as well. These are also made of wood, but then often covered in carpet or other material that is perfect for your cat to crawl or climb on. They also come in many shapes and sizes. Give your cat a beach house with one that looks like a sandcastle or match your ultra modern motif with a smooth angled thoroughly modern cat house. Some even look like a real house and come complete with a scratching post and pillow.
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