STANDARD INSULATED
CEDAR CAT HOUSES
CAT HOUSES with LOUNGING DECK
and EXTENDED ROOF
CAT HOUSES
with PLATFORM and LOFT
DOUBLE DECKERS
and DUPLEXES
OUTDOOR
FEEDING STATIONS

A Home for Kitty

Anyone who has spent much time with felines knows that, much like people, cats have personalities all their own. Some cats are lap kitties who love to spend time with their owners and purr contentedly nearby. Others are inveterate hunters who barely tolerate us homo sapiens and like to stay perched in their cat towers, far away from us or, better yet, love to run around outside wrecking havoc on the local rodent population entirely outside of our supervision. Some are a bit of both.

People also have cats for different reasons. Some of us want an affectionate, playful friend for companionship and family fun; farmers and others in particular keep cats primarily for purposes of pest control. For those of us whose cat saves us from a visit by the Orkin man, or who have pet cats who can’t quite be contained indoors on a 24 hour basis, an outdoor cat house that keeps cats comfortable and relatively safe from predators makes an awful lot of sense.

All kinds of cats love to play the acrobat and they all feel secure in high places, hence the popularity of the indoor cat tree. An outdoor cat house can provide the same function while also providing shelter and warmth. They also provide cats with the small, enclosed spaces where they naturally feel most secure. At the exact same time, with their easily opened tops, they make it easier to get to cats who may be in trouble and who are exhibiting their natural instinct to hide out while sick or otherwise vulnerable — an instinct that’s highly valuable in the wild but wildly counterproductive when we humans are actually trying to help them.

Just as having an indoor cat tree for Puff makes your indoor cat happier and easier to deal with, and outdoor cat house makes perfect sense for cats who can’t be contained in a house or apartment. It’s the best way we know to make the freedom of the wild comfortable and safe for our furry feline friends.

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The Boston Cat Climbing Tower

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