Check out These Furniture Ideas for Your Cat
Cats love to lie around. You can find them in the most interesting of places
from the table to the bookshelf. If you’re wanting to separate your felines from your furniture, why not give them more options of their own?
Cat couches, chairs and beds
Cats spend much of the day sleeping. They adore finding comfy positions to curl up and snooze, so why not give them more options to do this. Cat couches are mini-sized couches that you can place anywhere in your home – and they don’t take up much space. There’s a good chance your cat will think this is ‘the’ couch of the house. It’s a great way to keep them off the furniture but still give them the luxury and cosines they are after. Similar options are cat chairs and beds
. They come in a range of designs and sizes and equally as comfortable.
For the more adventurous cat, an alternative to a climbing pole is a cat run. These are tunnels, shelves or passageways that are set up around your home for your cat to explore. They will enjoy going through them and may even spend some time sleeping in there. Cat runs are a great way to ensure your cat has exercise and engagement. They are especially great for those who live in apartments or small spaces. Cat runs can be built along the walls, so they don’t interfere with any floor space. If you’re handy, you can build it yourself or enlist the help of a handyperson to get it up and running!
A growing trend for cat owners is to make their own furniture multi-purpose. A coffee table could have a section underneath for you cat to relax, a writing desk may have empty shelves above it for your cat to climb, or an arm chair may include a section underneath for your cat to sleep. Multi-functional furniture is not only cost-effective but a great use of space. There are many options available online, or get crafty and design your own.
If you're not sure which is the best option for your cat take notice of where they currently sleep and play. If you always find them on your couch, a mini-couch might be best option. You might have some trial and error before you find the perfect solution but there are plenty options to explore and keep your furry friend happy.