Crazy cat person? You want all of these right meow.
Because most cats really wish they were hamsters.
This lifelike, $1,300 mature tree cat house
For those who are too lazy to train their cat as an outdoor pet.
Photo: Oakland Animal Services
Kitties just be hangin’.
Cat wall stairs
Designed by MC Escher, one assumes.
Stairway to Cat Heaven
Some people may call you crazy for buying a cat tower that takes up 50 per cent of your living space. And they’d be right.
The Cat’s Trapeze
Mittens and Admiral Whiskers always fantasized about one day running off and joining the circus.
Cat labyrinth by Goldtatze
German design firm Goldtatze specializes in turning regular rooms into elaborate cat playgrounds, complete with handcrafted perches, hammocks, bridges and scratching posts.
Photo: Suck UK
The “Cat Scratch” turntable comes with a record-shaped cardboard scratch mat that spins when your whiskered DJ rakes it with his paws.
Your lazy cat who sleeps all day really needs a vacation.
For the feline condo developer.
Cats appreciate an open-concept loft just as much as humans do.
Photo: Love Thy Beast
Like something David Lynch would buy if he were a cat-lover.
Steampunk cat tunnel
Photos: Because We Can
Cat chaise lounge
Far more comfortable than a cat futon.
Photos: sasha & me
Handmade pet pod crafted from 100 per cent sheep’s wool.
Cats Attack Scratching Post
Finally your cat can live out her Godzilla fantasies.
Everything in this California home
Photos: Trillium Enterprises
A man in Goleta, California hired custom home builder Trillium Enterprises to turn his home into a feline paradise. After $35,000 worth of cat-approved alterations, the house is now jam-packed with spiral ramps, walkways (or catwalks, if you prefer), scratching posts, miniature stairways, crawlspaces and cushioned beds. It’s as adorable as it is crazy.
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