: Discount Cat
Discount Cat Furniture
For The Exploring Feline
it take you very long after getting you kitty to start thinking about discount cat
furniture? We have some cat furniture in our home that looks a
lot like human furniture. In fact...I think it is...
Did it take
long for your cat to show you how they they love to climb, need to
potty, like to sleep in odd places, and maybe even want to go inside
the kitchen cabinets?
Cats love to climb. Curtains, plants, rocking chairs, ladders, trees, you name it. If it goes up, your cat has climbed it.
You aren't alone in wishing that:
the litter box would disappear
your cat would choose a sleeping location other than the
top of the frig
the wall tapestry was no longer an invitation to 'hang
the kitty would just watch her human from the floor and not the
top of the china cabinet
you shoe wasn't a place to pee
There is the cat litter box. It can be
anything from a simple pan to some very elaborate designs. If you followed our recommendations for preventing a
feline urinary tract
probably have multiple litter boxes around the house.
Did your cat
favor a litter box location in your bedroom, living room
or family room? Some place that wasn't your first choice?
If the location makes you cringe how about the style? There are
several cat litter box designs to please any feline.
After all, one pot does not fit all.
We've found some great options in cat furniture to appease Miss
Daisy's desire for elevation, while keeping it attractive to even
the most discerning interior decorator.
Of course, the ultimate sleeping zone may
really be your bed, but Daisy may find it pleasant to rest on a
window shelf or gorgeous
cat-tree tower. Cats love high perches, cozy caves,
and carpet or sisal scratchers to name a few.
some factors to consider when purchasing designer or discount cat furniture.
Look for something that pleases your eye, yet is functional and
appealing to the feline. Find out if the products
can be customized for your decor or minimally if they come in different
The cat furniture should be as safe as other pieces of wooden
furniture in your home, like chairs, stools, and shelving units.
Find out if the products were home tested in households with
toddlers, cats (and dogs). The products must be designed for
cats, yet not be a hazard to children or other pets.
Location, location, location...
Furniture placement may be the key to acceptance. Try placing the
unit near a favorite window or other favorite spot in your house.
you are replacing a used kitty cat litter box with a new enclosed Scandinavian
design feline bidet, try putting the old pan inside the new "potty
cave". She'll take right to the new digs.:)