When Is It Time to Get a Catio?

When Is It Time to Get a Catio?

Every cat is unique in personality, yet their behaviors can sometimes be challenging even for the strongest kitty-human bonds. Over the years I’ve received emails from cat parents all over the world seeking solutions to their indoor/outdoor dilemma. Indoor cats can...

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Things to Consider When Building a Catio

Things to Consider When Building a Catio

  You’ve decided to build a catio so your cat can enjoy the outdoors while always staying safe and protected. You’ve planned HOW you are going to build the structure with a DIY Catio Plan but perhaps you aren’t sure where to locate the catio or whether to use a...

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It’s Easy to Build a DIY Catio for Your Cat!

It’s Easy to Build a DIY Catio for Your Cat!

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...

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Top 10 Benefits of a Catio

Top 10 Benefits of a Catio

Cats naturally want to be outdoors where they can experience fresh air, exercise and the enrichment of the sights, sounds and movement of nature.  Unfortunately, there are many outdoor dangers cats can encounter. If your indoor cat clamors to be outside, or you worry...

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How Your Cat Can Safely Enjoy Time Outside

How Your Cat Can Safely Enjoy Time Outside

Indoor cats typically spend half the day near a window seeking the warmth of the sun or yearning for a taste of freedom. Maybe you’ve considered letting your cat outdoors but as a responsible pet parent, you know better. Or perhaps you feel guilty keeping your cat...

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Is Cat Conflict an Issue in Your Home?

Is Cat Conflict an Issue in Your Home?

Do you own more than one cat? Many cat-owning households do. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, there are 81.7 million owned cats in the U.S. and cat-owning households have an average of 2.1 cats each. Although multiple cats within a family can...

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