What To Consider When Looking For In Quality Cat Furniture

Published by Robert Baker on 29th Jul 2015

When you're thinking about what kind of quality cat furniture to get, think about what your cat enjoys doing most. Most likely he or she is a scratcher. And undoubtedly sleeping is a favorite past time. Play time is part of every cat's day, no matter how young or old.

I've yet to meet a cat who doesn't love to sleep. And if there's a ray of sunlight to be found shooting into a room, that's where kitty will be laying. These ideas are important to keep in mind when it comes to what type of structure to look for. Maybe it can include fade-proof fabric on part of it, particularly the part where the cat will lay down and sleep. Something soft and snuggly in that area would be nice.

I've never seen a feline who doesn't swat at any and every dangly thing before it. His or her own cat condo ideally will include something hanging and swattable, but affixed firmly enough that it can't be torn off easily.

A multi-storied structure would satisfy your cat's love of climbing. Maybe an enclosed area would be good, so he or she can hide. A level for sleeping would be great. And of course the scratching and climbing element is key. It can be designed is any number of ways.

Depending on the cat's owners, the color scheme might make a difference. The structure, if it's kept inside the house, would be best to blend in nicely with the rest of the home's decor. So a changeable choice of fabrics would make the piece adapt to a variety of settings. The flexibility would also make it appealing to people who like to remodel and redesign their space more often.

There are choices when it comes to quality cat furniture. Look around wherever pet supplies are sold, in catalogues, or online. You may even consider building your own.