Friday, October 11, 2013

Play stations

Cat trees and play stations are found in most of my charges homes. They range from three feet tall to reaching the ceiling.  If placed next to a window most cats will spend hours bird-watching from the top ledge. They are a wonderful addition to your home to keep your indoor cats happy and content.

Two cats on a cat tree can have lots of fun. Here you see Nico playing on the trunk while Freya sits on the ledge 'lording' it over the others.
In this house there are six cats and they enjoy many play stations throughout the home. Adding dangley toys to the sides of the trunk keep cats amused and exercised. I love caring for these felines. They are so loved and pampered by their owners and it shines through in their personalities. They are friendly, curious, loving cats and I spend far too much time playing with them when I visit. =^..^= =^..^= =^..^= =^..^= =^..^= =^..^=

These window seats are made by the owner and he has added very wide seats for them to buddy-up on.

Toby enjoys the top shelf of the sun-room cat-tree.

This is the home where little senior cat, Dolly, now lives. I would say she won the lottery when she was adopted by this lovely couple.

hugs, Deb


  1. You just got to love a spoilt kitty. Lol!
    Happy Thanksgiving Deb!
    xo Catherine

  2. That's it, I'm coming back as a very spoiled cat!!

  3. Maybe, if I had one of those, I could stop the kittens from pulling the drapes down!

  4. We love our cat trees...the tall one we call "The Tower of Terror". Our kittens are very fond of them as well.

    Happy Thanksgiving, Deb, to you and yours.

  5. We had a very nice cat tree. Then Alex peed on it. Twice. I would love to get another one, but I live in fear! ;))

  6. Love to see all of the beautiful, happy kitties. I especially loved seeing Petri ( a few days back). A kitty who is a senior and is black coloured being loved and cherished does my heart good.
    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. God bless you for all you do for our feline friends.