Whenever my husband and I go out of town, our cats spend the night with my parents (Mom calls them her “grandpets”). Their house has large patio doors and windows that the cats love, and I’ve always thought it would be nice if they had a piece of cat furniture there. The cats spend tons of time on their own furniture at home.
The Cat Cottage was a perfect solution for this. It’s light, so it can be easily moved to another room if Mom needs it out of the way. But it also looks so much nicer than a cardboard box, so it doesn’t seem strange to have it sitting right out in the living room either! Plus, the Cat Cottage is less expensive than carpeted pieces of furniture.
Assembly is easy and the Cat Cottage is sturdy, more than capable of handling two cats at once. Our kitties were trying to climb through its windows before we even had it set up all the way. We put their Cat Cottage in front of the patio doors and they spent the next hour sitting on top watching squirrels.
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