Louie and Sampson, two Maine Coon rescues, enjoy fresh air while lounging in their garden catio and watching backyard activities. Their human mom enjoys the benefits of catios too.
HOW CAN I HAVE A CATIO FOR MY CAT?
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Do you want to build a catio? Or hire a local carpenter to build one of our award winning catio plans for you? We take the guesswork out of building a catio to save you time and money!
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.
Our goal at Catio Spaces is to keep your cat safe, healthy and happy in a catio that complements your home and suits your feline’s fancy!
What Cat Parents are saying about Catios….
“I have two Maine Coon mix cats. They are rescue cats. Louie is 18 pounds and Sampson’s about 15 and a half pounds.
Life before we had a catio was not nearly as much fun as it is now.
They would constantly be trying to get outside even though they had never been outside. I knew right away that they couldn’t be outdoor cats because they did get out, and I didn’t know they were out, and I found them leaping across flower beds and racing from one end of the yard to the other.
So, at that time we knew we had to get them outside and we knew that they had to be in a confined, safe environment.
My life has changed because it is so much fun to watch them in this catio. I enjoy the fact that they are able to get outside and enjoy the sunshine and the birds in their bird feeders that I have hanging beside the catio. And they can be part of our family parties or whatever we may be doing in our backyard.
Every day is an adventure for them in the catio.
They love it! And they’re just much, much happier and much more content.”
– Kathy Johnson, Cat Parent