Outdoor cat enclosure with real tree cat tower... because I'm an overprotective crazy cat lady ;)
Cats, even when neutered, feel the need to spray around the house simply to mark the territory. However, if they have an outdoors playing area they will most probably stop spraying in the house and revert to spraying in the outdoor cat enclosure. This will solve the problems created in the household when cats start spraying. Furthermore, the enclosed area will allow cats to play and run around. Thus sedentary and obese cats will have the opportunity to burn calories and keep fit in a safe environment. If your cat may need exercise, this is the perfect solution because you will avoid letting your cat run around in the outdoors where he can catch deadly diseases. Furthermore, this will be the perfect small for young, energetic cats to vent their curiosity and energy instead of having them roam around your house on sofas and furniture.
Whether it's a simple box, a walkway or a roomy enclosed porch, a catio is an exterior, escape-proof cat house, screened on all sides and overhead, which allows indoor cats to experience a slice of outdoor life without actually venturing beyond your home. For cats living solely indoors, a catio provides a chance to get outside without encountering predators, traffic or other dangers. A feline-secured balcony, deck or even an extension of a window is an ideal alternative for an owner who frets that Kitty may be bored without outdoor access, even as she worries over his safety. Adding a scratching post, a bed and a spot for snacks or meals gives your cat the feline equivalent of a beach cottage.
Want to keep your pet safe and give it some space to play? Check out the outdoor cat enclosures for sale. It's a smart choice if you desire to provide the cat with some secure space to enjoy fresh air. Check the options below. Of course not. Some of the concerns a cat owner has about a cat being free outdoors still apply even when outside cat enclosures are used. For example, cat flea control must be used, but that is easily accomplished by using Frontline Plus for Cats or Advantage for Cats. I built an outdoor cat enclosure after one of my cats was diagnosed with gallstones. They were indoor-outdoor cats for a few years, but I had long wanted to build them something like this that keeps them closer to home and allows them to enjoy the fresh air and sun. I think next Spring I may plant around it to give them a little extra interest.If you want to keep your cat outside, you may want to check this outdoor enclosure with a cutout round hole for entrance. The frame is crafted of wood and quality metal sheets, giving you a durable piece that lies on 2 wooden planks.