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Cat Furniture

  • Midwest Curious Cat Cube
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    Midwest Curious Cat Cube

    MidWest

    The cube is easy to assemble and folds down for storage. The attractive, soft faux suede and synthetic sheepskin goes nicely with any décor. The Cu...

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  • BeOneBreed Cat Hammock
    BeOneBreed Cat Hammock
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    BeOneBreed Cat Hammock

    BeOneBreed

    BeOneBreed metal hammock for small-medium cat. Relaxing felt hammock with neutral colors to match your home decor. Trendy geometric style. Perfect ...

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Cat Furniture

While dogs are certainly thought of as more active than cats, cats are still very curious creatures that like to explore their environment. Cats especially like getting vertical for fun, and doing so also makes them feel comfortable and safe. This means providing your kitty with a means to get high up to play or enjoy some private time isn’t just a luxury. Sure, getting furniture specific for your new pet maybe isn’t the first thing you’d think of when getting a kitty, but giving them a place to climb and explore is a crucial aspect of their life and will improve their overall well-being. Additionally, giving them a dedicated place to climb and jump around will mean they should be less likely to jump up on counters or shelves that you want them to stay off of.

Many cat furniture pieces also include scratching posts that will satisfy their instinctive need to scratch. As much as you love your feline companion, you definitely don’t want them scratching your furniture, floors, or walls. Getting them a scratching post gives them their own space to scratch and encourages them to do so. It’s a win-win for you both!

Baskets and cushions are other important cat furniture pieces to consider because they give your kitty a place to lounge when they would prefer to be lower to the ground than high up on a perch. Cats especially love baskets with high edges that they can climb in because it makes them feel protected while still giving them a vantage point to observe what’s going on around them.

Whatever you need to make your cat more comfortable in your home, PetShip has it. Shop our selection of cat furniture today!

Why do cats love heights so much?

Your kitty’s love for heights likely comes from their natural instinct to protect themselves. Getting high up when they want to rest or sleep gives them the advantage over would-be threats, as they’re able to spot potential dangers from afar. Additionally, cats are descendants of a tree-climbing mammal called Proailurus, so the desire to climb and explore up above has been in their DNA for millions of years. Considering how much cats sleep – 12 to 16 hours a day! – it’s important to give them a place where they can feel comfortable and relax up high.

Why do cats scratch?

Cats scratch for a variety of reasons. They scratch to express emotions like happiness, excitement, or stress, to remove dead parts of their nails, or simply to occupy themselves because it can be fun for them to do. Additionally, because cats have scent glands in their paws, they may also scratch to mark their territory by getting their scent on something. Scratching is also a form of exercise for your kitty – it exercises the forelimb muscles and the spine. It’s important to put a cat scratching post in an area your cat frequents so they don’t have to go too out of their way when they want to scratch. Otherwise, they may use other furniture, walls, or floors whenever the urge hits them.