CATio of the Week – Anne’s

Recently we featured a story about cats and wildlife, and how building a CATio, an enclosed patio just for a cat, can allow your cat fresh air, sunshine, flowers, and their own little garden without hunting and killing birds or bothering other wildlife. A CATio would protect your cat from being harmed by owls, coyotes and other predators – like bad people. Everyone loved it!

Here’s another CATio to inspire your own creative outlook outlet for your cats! You’ve got all Winter to plan it, then have it built this Spring!


“You can see at the bottom of the picture an area of wood chips for their business, an enclosed shed with suitable shelving and cat beds, and a ramp from the top shelf in the shed up to a cat door thru the wall of our house into my laundry room. It has complete cat fencing, lots of shade and they can even go up on the roof of the shed for a Birdseye view of the surrounding woods. My two black-and-white cats are very happy there. ”

Anne, TX

 
 
 
 

Catio of the Week – Linda’s

Recently we featured a story about cats and wildlife, and how building a CATio, an enclosed patio just for a cat, can allow your cat fresh air, sunshine, flowers, and their own little garden without hunting and killing birds or bothering other wildlife. A CATio would protect your cat from being harmed by owls, coyotes and other predators – like bad people. Everyone loved it!

Here’s another CATio to inspire your own creative outlook outlet for your cats! You’ve got all Winter to plan it, then have it built this Spring!


“What a great idea to share different designs! I love my catio! I did it after I found my cats had wandered out to the road on a couple of occasions. It keeps them safe from all the things that can harm kitties and keeps all the things that kitties can harm safe as well! I basically framed in my back porch, added a couple of screen doors and a pet door that fits in the sash window. The cats can go in and out as they please and I no longer worry about them.”

Linda

 
 
 

CATio of the Week – Lilly’s

Recently we featured a story about cats and wildlife, and how building a CATio, an enclosed patio just for a cat, can allow your cat fresh air, sunshine, flowers, and their own little garden without hunting and killing birds or bothering other wildlife. A CATio would protect your cat from being harmed by owls, coyotes and other predators – like bad people. Everyone loved it!

Here’s another CATio to inspire your own creative outlook outlet for your cats! You’ve got all Winter to plan it, then have it built this Spring!

From Lilly…



 
 

CATio of the Week – Janice

Recently we featured a story about cats and wildlife, and how building a CATio, an enclosed patio just for a cat, can allow your cat fresh air, sunshine, flowers, and their own little garden without hunting and killing birds or bothering other wildlife. A CATio would protect your cat from being harmed by owls, coyotes and other predators – like bad people. Everyone loved it!

Here’s another CATio to inspire your own creative outlook outlet for your cats! You’ve got all Winter to plan it, then have it built this Spring!



“This is a wood frame covered over all with deer netting. We made the top removable because really wet snow can make the roof cave in. There’s a cat door into the house so they can get out there all day.”

Janice
 
 
 
 

CATio of the Week – Professor McFlufferton’s CATio

Recently we featured a story about cats and wildlife, and how building a CATio, an enclosed patio just for a cat, can allow your cat fresh air, sunshine, flowers, and their own little garden without hunting and killing birds or bothering other wildlife. A CATio would protect your cat from being harmed by owls, coyotes and other predators – like bad people. Everyone loved it!

Here’s another CATio to inspire your own creative outlook outlet for your cats! You’ve got all Winter to plan it, then have it built this Spring!



“We built this Catio for Professor McFlufferton at our previous home and he loved it. He could watch birds, squirrels, deer and all the insects without the dangers of being outside. The window access wasn’t complete yet in this pic. We installed foam board and a cat door where the smaller opening is. When we moved to our new home we no longer needed it because we now have a huge screened porch with a cat door for access. It was, however, a very fun project to build even if we did have to trash it when we moved. Sadly, new owners didn’t have cats!!!”

Debbie

 
 

CATio of the Week – Jenny’s CATio

Recently we featured a story about cats and wildlife, and how building a CATio, an enclosed patio just for a cat, can allow your cat fresh air, sunshine, flowers, and their own little garden without hunting and killing birds or bothering other wildlife. A CATio would protect your cat from being harmed by owls, coyotes and other predators – like bad people. Everyone loved it!

This week we feature another great example of a CATio and the happy cats who get to hang out in them!

“Jenny in her catio.”

We love this CATio for a backyard that’s not very large. Notice the walkway from the window to the elevated outside enclosure so that the cat can come and go as she pleases. Jenny the cat is very happy to get nice breezes and be safely out of reach of other cats or other animals. Put a nice chair for yourself near the CATio and spend precious time with your cat outdoors!