Cat Behavior & Enrichment
Whether you have a single cat or multiple cats in your household, it’s important to provide enrichment and stimulation on a daily basis for their health and wellbeing.
Cats naturally want to be outdoors where they can experience the stimulation of fresh air and the sights, sounds and movement of the natural world. However, there are many outdoor hazards.
A catio, an outdoor cat enclosure or “cat patio,” can solve the indoor/outdoor dilemma to keep your cat safe, healthy and happy. Catios also provide additional territory and stimulation to help reduce indoor multiple cat issues.
Whether you have an indoor or outdoor cat, there are many benefits of having a catio including cat safety and enrichment.
We take the guesswork out of building a catio! Do you want to build a catio? Or hire a local carpenter to build one of our catio plans for you?
From simple to sublime, we build custom catios for a window, porch, patio, deck, garden or yard that will complement your home. Serving the greater Seattle area.
Meet some lucky catio cats including before and after photos! See photos of client projects for a window, porch, patio, deck or yard.
I’m passionate about design, nature and cats. As a Feng Shui Consultant and catio designer, I understand the importance of creating environments for…
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