Product Review: Fun Run Outdoor Cat Enclosure

by Melissa R. on August 9, 2012


Our cats are inside cats. They do not go outside; but they sure would like to. So, we got this Fun Run to give them a bit of outside time, but still keeping them safe and sound. We actually have two that are zipped together, and usually we put it on our deck, so the cats can sit outside with us on nice summer evenings. The cats get excited when they see we are getting it out of the bag to set up! It only takes a moment to set up – the tunnel springs into shape instantly. Then we set it down, Fun Runand open the door, placing the entry of the Fun Run inside the house. The cats instantly zoom inside and settle in. Most often, they just lay down, and take in the sights and sounds of the outside happily. Sometimes there is a nap involved. Occasionally our youngest cat gets a little wild and starts to attack everybody… But other than that it is usually a peaceful experience. They really seem to love it!

We HIGHLY recommend the Fun Run. None of our cats were the least bit afraid of it at all. They just went right in. We haven’t really used it anywhere other than on the deck – not sure what sort of bugs or whatnot could be found in the grass, so we keep it to the deck. But I’m sure it would be great fun for cats on the lawn as well. Fun RunIt comes with multiple stakes and sacks so you can stake it down, or fill the sacks with sand so it stays in one spot.

Check out the Fun Run here and see what other people are saying.

About the author: Melissa is a devoted pet owner with several cats: Kai, Cirrhi & Ritter; and the newest addition, Emme a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever. Melissa is an avid dog agility enthusiast, and hopes her new pup will someday be an agility champion! She is a Graphic Designer and Project Coordinator for the and websites. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Michigan State University and is a lifelong pet lover and owner. See more articles by Melissa R.

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Panama August 16, 2012 at 12:30 am

Talk to your family members before bringing a new cat home. Make sure everyone knows that the fun begins only after kitty feels safe and her needs are met. Once you’re sure everyone is ready for feeding, litter changing and grooming, you can divvy up chores among family members so everyone is prepared to care for kitty before she arrives.

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