How do I turn my spare bedroom into a playroom for my for cats?
I would like to turn my second bedroom into a room for my for cats. It's just kind of a catch-all room right now and they can hardly go in there. I would like to have shelves on the wall so they can get up off the floor and just things for them to climb and play on and so they could play hide and seek with each other and run. But I don't have a clue on how to do it or the budget. I would really need help with this. Please help my fur babies.
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Hi Angela, this is Peggy. We love our cats too and this sounds like a great idea. Here are some ideas for your cat room. Don't forget the boxes they love to get in (at least our do every time we get a package from amazon they all want in the box. Have fun and I know your cats will love it. How to Create a Room for Your Cat: 12 Steps (with Pictures)
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Provide toys and obstacles. Make climbing a challenging activity by providing a variety of perches and shelves around the room at different heights. Scatter lots of small cat toys, like toy mice, around theroom, or place them in a basket that is easy to access for your cat.
What a cute idea. Lucky kitties.
Here are some sites with good ideas:
Angela, these pictures will give you so many ideas! All the way from inexpensive things to use to the most elaborate! Have fun with it!
Wow thank you so much there's some great ideas in there. I had a few small ideas but you all gave me some really really good ones and how to do them. Thank you thank you thank you my fur babies will be very very happy.🤗