Choose Your Cat Run
Framebow Outdoor Cat Houses and Runs are especially fitting for any garden. We don't want you to feel the need to tuck your cat away in a dark corner of the garden, so it's important that your Cat Run is an elegant garden structure.
Usually it will work well for both you and your cat if the Cat Run is placed close to the house. It needs to be situated where there is plenty of human activity for socialisation and stimulation, as well as making it much easier for cleaning the Cat House when necessary as well as the usual feeding and watering.
Should you intend to set up 'central heating' inside your new cat house, be aware that most cat house heating options will require an electrical supply. There are various ways and products available these days for heating your cat house ranging from Tubular Pet Heaters, and Heat Pads to overhead Infra-Red Heating Lamps.
A handy, worry-free, time saving option for Cat Runs that are able to be situated close to your house, is to link the cat house to your property via a mesh tunnel. The tunnel acts as a safe way for the cat to leave your house and enter the outdoor space without escaping into the garden or on to the road.
Rare and delicate cat breeds are becoming increasingly popular today and some of these breeds are really beautiful, and delicate creatures. However, they can be completely lacking in road sense as well as being vulnerable to theft and are more 'house cat' than 'outdoor cat'. Whilst cat owners love to keep their felines within the safety of their home, having a secure outdoor enclosure enables your cat to enjoy some lovely fresh air and sunlight.
The Outdoor Arch Cat House
The Framebow Cat House offers a spacious draught-free timber house with plenty of space for the sofa and tv. It is surrounded by a lovely curved, secure, walk-in run area which is finished in a strong green weldmesh. Inside the run are ramps and shelves for your cat to enjoy their play or seek shade under the house on a sunny day.
We have even added a cat flap to one side of this house so that, if your cat is used to a cat flap, it can venture outside when he or she wishes. If they are not cat-flap users then there is still the portcullis-style sliding door so you can control their comings and goings.
Framebow can offer something much more than square panels with stark steel weldmesh on them. If you opt for a Framebow Curved Cat Enclosure, The Arch Cat House, with its vaulted frame and little sunbathing platforms inside, you'll want to site this gorgeous Cat House where all can see!