Watching your cat
stalk around the living room, chase lizards outside, or leap eight feet into
the air to perch atop a platform is like watching lions in the savanna. Your
cat spends his or her day doing a variety of things, including sleeping,
lounging, scratching, and eating. What a great life! It can be made even better
by providing some cat-focused furniture to make your furry friend feel even
more at home. Here are some key pieces you should consider adding to your interior décor to make your cat happy, healthy, and
Most cat owners would probably agree that the litter box is
their least favorite thing. It’s unsightly, can be smelly, and even the tidiest
of kitties makes a mess of the litter each time they hop in and out. A sleek,
enclosed litter box hider is a win in the cat furniture game. This option fits with almost any home décor and completely conceals your cat’s
bathroom, giving both of you some privacy.
What’s great about this little cube-shaped nook is that it can be mounted within a shelving unit, tucked next to your
bed as a side table, or even set outside to give your pet a place of refuge.
The streamlined design and modern aesthetic pairs beautifully with bedroom or
living room furniture and gives your pet a whole room of their own.
Floating Play Area
Hone your carpentry skills by mounting these floating play pillars that younger cats are sure to go wild for. Mount as few or as
many as you’d like to give your feline friend a place to hop up on.
Scratching-post material coats these pillars so cats can easily grip on as they
move from one to the next. Plus, this will help them sharpen their claws while
keeping them away from your favorite tufted chair.
Knitted Tuft and Pet Home
This gorgeous, knitted pet home looks like a plush seating
area but really disguises a place for your cat’s favorite bed. Use as an end
table, an ottoman, or let this piece stand alone because it’s so aesthetically
pleasing. Giving your kitty a few places around the house to nest helps them
enjoy each room and get a change of scenery when they so choose.
These have long been a favorite furniture item of cat
owners. Cat condos come in so many shapes and sizes, offering felines many ways
to hang out. Depending on your available space, a tall cat condo consists of
multiple places to perch, a scratching post, and carpeted nooks for cats to
cuddle up in and nap soundly. Some luxury cat trees and condos even come equipped with swinging stuffed toys, ramps, and
Indoor cats especially can benefit tremendously from some
key pieces of furniture. These items keep your feline family member engaged,
active, and comfortable at all stages of their lives. Fox Ridge’s pet-friendly apartments
boast ample space for both you and your furry friend. Contact us today to