Daisy, Charlie, and Bug live surrounded by a lush wildlife environment, and native predators like bobcats and coyotes. To protect their beloved cats while still allowing them to enjoy the outdoors, their human guardians built not just one but two catios!
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...
From our small and compact Window Box, Tunnel, or Haven catio plans to the larger Sanctuary and Oasis, check out these 12 inspiring DIY catios featuring happy catio cats.
Sunshine and warmth bring lots of summer fun for catio cats, but the warmer weather also brings a few extra safety concerns. Here are a few summer catio do's and don'ts to keep your cats catio-safe all summer long.
When starting any cat enclosure project, whether you’re following a DIY Catio Plan, using a kit with pre-built panels, going custom with a catio designer/builder, or just winging it, it’s crucial to consider both the time and expenses involved to budget wisely. Here's a handy list of costs and things to think about while you're dreaming up your catio masterpiece.
The primary purpose of a catio is to provide safe, enriching outdoor access for your cat, but it’s so much more than just a big wire box. A catio can add beauty to the outside of your home or be a focal point for your garden.
Catios are the cure for any cat's spring fever, and we're teaching you everything you need to know about finding the best catio type for you.
Keep your cats safe, healthy, and happy in an outdoor cat enclosure. Catio Spaces offers a vartiey of DIY Catio Plans that take the guess work out of building a catio to save time and money. Build one yourself or hire a carpenter to build a catio plan for you.
Catio Spaces was honored to join the cause for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and make one young man's wish of a custom catio come true!
October, November and December are the most dangerous months for animal collisions. We're keeping cats safe in outdoor cat enclosures and these tips for being an animal-aware driver.