15 Mind-Blowing Cat Houses Your Cat Needs - HomelySmart
Spread the lovePets are wonderful companion! No matter what pet you’re getting, each has their own characteristics and preference. Cats in particular are one of the popular pets that people adore world wide. They’re furry and cute. There’s no reason not to love them. Show your utmost love to your favorite feline friends by creating...Read More
Decrease Naughty Cat Syndrome by Adding a Catio
I’m going to show you the catio (outdoor cat enclosure) that my 4 cats and various foster cats have used since April 2013 and one move which involved re-configuring the enclosure set up. We h…
Let us celebrate the return of photo goodness with photos of something old that I mostly already had pictures of. This summer I built an outdoor run for my indoor cats.This was unquestionably the m…
Gold Paw Hand made feline heaven - Gold paw It's a familiar story... Stefan Hofman had a cat. The cat, Mowgli, being a typical cat, needed entertainment and distraction from the furnishings. The outcome is Goldtatze, superbly designed and hand-made. To a non-cat lover, this all seems a bit ...
How to build a catio your cat will love
What is the best way of merging the two worlds of a cat, indoors and outdoors? By building an outdoor catio space in which your cat can thrive and be happy.
10 Catios Your Cats Will Thank You For
Thanks for visiting my CATIO ROUNDUP! I’ve updated my post on my NEW blog with updated content and new and improved catio spaces, which you can check out HERE. I’ve also included an Amazon Roundup with my favorite catios, cat enclosures, cat condos and cat runs. Make sure to read the new post to check
6 Plants Your Cats Will Love
So many of us battle with our feline friends over the houseplants we’d rather they not eat. Ever wonder what plants you can grow specifically for cats? There are the obvious ones that I’m sure we can all name, but there are some less known plants that will make your kitty very happy.1. Cat Grass (dactylis glomerata)- this is an obvious one, but why spend $4 – $6 a pop at the store when you can grow it yourself?