An indoor cat cage enclosure is a great idea if you need to keep the pet locked for some reason. The size ensures that the cat has enough space for frolics, sleep and scratch its claws. Check the designs below.
If your cat likes doing a mess in your home, why don't equip yourself with this functional outdoor cage? The cage has a convenient entry, a place for your cat to sleep, and enough space not to bore your 4-legged friend out of its mind.
This interior pet closure is suitable for cats, rabbits and other small animals. It features platforms, ramps and carpeted floors for maximum comfort and safety for animals. Metal black walls of this enclosure are durable.
I did a lot of searching for cat cages before I bought this one. It can be used at indoor and outdoor area and is very high. It features enough space for many cats.
We was searching for the cat play space, so we decide to choose this indoor cat cage. It has enough space for more than one cats! It's solid, durable, strong, safe and nicely finished.
If you have little rodents (especially hamster or guinea pig), this indoor, spacious cage enclosure will be very useful for you! It is made of wood and wire. It is place, where your pets can sleep, eat and just have fun!
This indoor cat enclosure features a solid metal construction with a durable wire mesh. It provides a quite large platform for cats and assures plenty of space for animals that will be relaxed and safe inside.
Your cat is a tiny predator – and a very efficient one, too. Encouraged by many generations for their ability to catch mice and rats, cats have been human companions for many centuries – perhaps as many as 53,000 years. Cats are independent and do not love cages, but there are times when restraint is to the benefit of the cat as well as to you. Therefore, indoor cat cages and enclosures are sometimes a necessity.
An indoor kitty who has no access to outside is a bored kitty. But indoor/outdoor cats are at risk. On farms, there are wild animals – coyotes, raccoons, opossum and skunks that don’t mind at all killing a cat. Some of those predators can be found in cities as well, with roaming dogs, feral cats and mean humans added on as a bonus, right along with vehicles. An attached cat enclosure can give your indoor cat a place to take the sun, chatter at the birds and get a glimpse of open sky. These can range from a firmly screened bow window to a patio-sized enclosure equipped with litter box, water, and cat toys.
Sometimes you need to restrain your cat inside. There can be many reasons for doing this, such as introducing a new cat to an established household, protecting an elderly cat from young ones who want to move up the pecking order, being able to lay hands on a kitty that needs medicine but like to hide in the most inaccessible places, and (of course) a safe napping spot for venturesome kittens. Cages can also be used to restrain feral cats so that they can become habituated to living with humans.
Indoor enclosures need to have plenty of room for the cat. You don’t want to put a main coon cat in a cage intended for kittens, for example. Some of the space can be vertical. In fact, that can be ideal because the litter box can be placed on the lowest level, and the food and water dish on the highest shelf. A sick cat might need everything to be on one level, however, and kittens might need climbing ladders to get from one level to another.
Open Enclosures and Fun Spaces
One owner made a super cat space: a climbing wall with floating box shelves where a venturesome feline could take a nap, or lie in wait for a housemate. Another charming idea is a cage run that goes around the ceiling of a room, giving the cat space and freedom to observe, but creating an area to which kitty can be restrained if the need arises. Getting new furniture is one instance for restraining your cat. Cats tend to be alarmed by new people and new things in their home, and a door opened for a furniture mover is the ideal time (from a cat’s point of view) to make a bolt for the outdoors.
Indoor cat cages enclosures can be for the cat’s pleasure, for the cat’s safety or sometimes for the pet owner’s sanity.
This indoor cat cage includes some platforms and areas for having fun, taking a rest, etc. Its wooden and metal construction is very safe for cats and protects indoors from damage caused by these animals.
This outdoor steel enclosure cat enclosure or run is the perfect solution for our pets. Simple construction can be done by yourself, and our pet will undoubtedly be grateful for it. The whole also looks very aesthetically.
Durable outdoor cat house made of solid metal. This construction provides good fun and safe rest for animals. It also provides protection from outdoor factors and keeps animals away from different forms of danger.
This construction is an indoor cage for different pets. It features a fence and entrance. The whole space is quite large, so it provides good living conditions for animals. Its wooden frame is very solid.
The simple way to add some nice cat play space with this indoor cat cage enclosures makes them happy and safe. Numerous fun gadgets and robust wood and wire construction are extremely practical.
This indoor cat cage provides limited space where cats can play, scratch, etc. This solid wooden and metal construction protects the rest of the house from damage and provides comfort and safety for cats.
An attractive cat cage for an outdoor use. It protects gardens from cats and it also provides safety for these animals. Wooden and metal elements of this cage are very solid and resistant to mechanical damage or wear caused by weather.
The functional and well made safe outdoor space for your cats. The small cat terrace is made next to the window and it's perfect if you don't need a porch or own yard.
If you’re afraid that your cat might hurt local livestock when let out to roam around, take a look at this handy outdoor cat enclosure with a plenty of steps and place for the cat to play without letting him free.
Your cat would love this large cat tree. It is a safe way for providing a friendly environment for your pet even inside your house. The great solution created for those who cannot afford a big house with the garden or live in a block of flats.
If you want to lock your cat inside of a cozy and fun structure, you may want to check this functional cat enclosure for outdoor areas. Its frame is wooden with lattice wire, and several platforms placed inside, so your cat could have some fun, jumping from one to another.
This impressive design is the perfect solution for extra space for domestic cats. The net protects the cats from escaping, and many attractions inside make the cats have a particularly interesting time to spend.
This unusual solution connecting the house to its outer part in the form of a longitudinal tube that the cat can go out is a perfect solution for our pets. Simple design is perfect and safe for pets and home users. Robust construction.
This enclosure for cats is going to put a big smile on your cat's face. The structure is fully secured, with a wooden frame, lattice panels, and plenty of space inside for your cat to not be bored to death.
An outdoor cat enclosure that allows walking outdoors and protects from different kinds of danger associated with outside areas. Metal and wood are materials that are protective and harmless for animals.
3-Tier Wire Cat Cage
The Ferris Wheel™ Outdoor Pet Enclosure
It is a pet enclosure that is great for outdoor space. It has got a wheel, handy carry bag and is made of water resistant fabric and metal. Your cats will be impressed how amazing this pet enclosure is.