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Cat Enclosure

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Includes:Freedom Window DoorFreedom Door to Tube Connector3' Freedom Connector Tube (additional tubing can be ordered)Hole cut in SunCATcher and Tube to Cage Connector that locks your Freedom Connector Tube in place in your cage.

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Whether you have an indoor or outdoor cat, you can provide many benefits for your feline friend, including safety, enrichment, fresh air and the stimulation of nature, by building a catio. Catios are cat enclosures or “cat patios” that provide peace of mind knowing your cat is always safe outdoors while protecting birds and wildlife. …

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Whether you have an indoor or outdoor cat, you can provide many benefits for your feline friend, including safety, enrichment, fresh air and the stimulation of nature, by building a catio. Catios are cat enclosures or “cat patios” that provide peace of mind knowing your cat is always safe outdoors while protecting birds and wildlife. …

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Are you the proud parent of a happy catio cat? Send us your fur kid’s photo, name, and a short caption telling us about catio life and join our happy catio club!

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The DIY cat tree offers an alternative to traditional scratching posts. Full of leaves, your cat will love to climb this natural-looking cat tree!

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It has been getting so cold and rainy lately that I wanted a warm place for my outside kitties to hang out if they got caught in the rain. I ended up making two cat beds.... although one won't use it at all! At least it is there if ever he decides to. They were super easy to make, and super cheap too. I just cut a good size hole in the side of a plastic tub and lined the entire thing with some Styrofoam. You can buy different thicknesses of Styrofoam from Home Depot. This particular sheet ran around $8.00. If I remember correctly, it was about 4' x 6' in size... and gave me enough to create two with a lot left over. After I cut the opening, I thought it was a little to big. Luckily, I had an extra foam pipe cover in the garage so I used that to adhere to the opening to make it smaller. The two edges of the foam pipe cover had adhesive on it so it attached firmly to the plastic tub easily. The next thing I did was to measure the inside of the tub and cut the Styrofoam to fit. I joined the seams of the Styrofoam using wood skewers. I just pushed the skewer in about 3 inches and snipped off the excess. I used a blanket that one of the cats had been sleeping on so it was familiar to her... I laid a piece of Styrofoam on top so it would be easy to access the inside at a later date for cleaning. Lastly, I popped on the plastic tub lid and it was finished. Puss-Puss took to it right away. Bear was insulted... I put my hand inside the one my cat Puss-Puss was sleeping in... it was like a sauna, like a sweat box. Nice and toasty :-) big hugs,

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