Make a grass lounge for your indoor cat with a cement mixing pan and a sheet of sod from your local hardware store. (Only $10 for the tray and sod, new sod costs about $2.50 in our area and lasts up to 5 days indoors.)
Quit scooping out nasty lumps of cat poop once and for all by using the Luuup litter box. The brilliant design utilizes three identical trays that you stack on top of one another to create a perpetual sifting loop that makes clean up a breeze.
No more shredded sofas. The Cone is the world's most beautiful scratching post and nap space for your cat! It works so well because it takes direct inspiration from nature. The large cats often have a habit of scratching the barks of trees, to mark their territories. The reason domestic cats prefer furniture is because like trees, they are large, sturdy, and don’t topple over. The Cone was designed to resemble the tree’s bark and stay upright and unmoved.
Safe, Healthy People Foods Your Cat Can Eat: ATTENTION: This blog is not meant to be a guide to a cat's primary diet. Some human foods are not safe to feed your cat, even in small amounts. This blog is guide to foods cats can eat in small amounts, as a fun, once-in-awhile treat, safely.:
Litter boxes aren't typically design elements in home decor. This smart and stylish solution, however, hides the box in plain sight — and looks great, too! 1. Gather a basic side table, some twisted jute rope, a short tension rod, and two window valances. 2. Wrap the rope around the table's front legs to cover them and create a DIY scratching post. 3. Put the valances on the tension rod and secure it at the top of the table's legs. 4. Slide your kitty's litter box into the space under the...