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Whether you're trying to economize on space or simply don't want to display your cat's litter box, this stylish cabinet is purrfect for any room in the home. The units have two openings so that cats don't feel trapped inside. Some models have a shelf for storing extra litter and accessories. The litter pan is very accessible for cleaning purposes and you can even purchase steps to help elderly or arthritic pets easily access the concealed pan.
Designed to fit on to a standard interior door, this attractive climber is a real space saver in any home while giving cats the freedom to climb and enjoy watching the rest of the household from a lofty height. The spring loaded brackets make it easy to put in place and to move around the house to give felines variety. You also have to option of putting it elsewhere if you entertaining in your living area and your cats would prefer some peace and quiet.
Cats love to hang around and “help” when you're working. This kitt-in box is one way to keep your cat off your keyboard and away from blocking your computer monitor and still allow her to feel that she's involved in the tasks at hand.
Cats are going to love this hidey-hole! Covered with sisal, they can also scratch to their hearts delight. You can rest your legs on top or use it for extra seating while your cat snoozes inside.
The Catwalk Genius cat door is a remote-controlled programmable pet door that can be fitted both internally to restrict access to certain rooms of your home as well as to give access to a safe enclosed outside area. Operated by a miniature remote control key that fits onto the collar, it can be specially programmed to give individual pets different curfews and the codes can be set to accommodate multiple pets. This sleek design can be fitted to any interior wall or wooden door as well as in glass windows and sliding doors. Collar keys do not interfere with other appliances. Available in white polycarbonate plastic.
With its Zen-like symmetry and minimalist style, this stylish kitty condo looks like a piece of art when not in feline use. It has a carpeted cubbyhole, a cushioned seat, two large stair-platforms, a sisal scratching pad and a curved snoozing shelf on the top. A secondary scratching zone can be added on the side and all the carpeted and sisal areas are replaceable. A smaller version is also available. Available in honey, mahogany, and birch wood finishes.
Cats will enjoy this floor-to-ceiling fun zone designed for climbing, scratching, perching, and exercising. Its compact design makes it easy to fit into any room without compromising feline fun and games.
The Kittypod is one of well-known furniture designer Elizabeth Paige Smith's signature feline designs. Her work has been showcased at the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and featured in Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, and Harper's Bazaar. Made from recycled wood and corrugated cardboard, the bowl-shaped area is big enough of furry felines to curl up in and snooze and the entire surface is made for scratching. Check out other furniture designs in the range that will have both feline and aesthetic appeal.
This stylish litter box “room” can be placed anywhere in the home. It works in a bathroom, as an end table, and even as a nightstand.
As every cat-lover knows, cats love cardboard boxes! You only have to buy a new computer or appliance and leave the box lying around to discover it instantly becomes a feline amusement park. This three-story cardboard play station has windows and peep holes at various levels to add to the fun. The bright tropical motif will look good in any room of the home and is a definitely a decorative improvement on a boring box.
The Ottoman is my cat cave
Very nicely constructed piece of white laminate furniture for the bathroom. Just about the right size and the cats seem to like it.
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