Where Should Your Cat Live?


We all know how cats are. But most of all, we know they can go anywhere – without us knowing.

So, why not make your own cat house for your beloved pet? It will not only keep your cat near you, but also keep it safe from outdoor dangers. The only question is: where should your cat live? Or more specifically, what kind of house should your cat be in?

Here are some tips and ideas when making your own cat house:

Decide first if your cat/s will live indoors or outdoors.

This will help you identify and even set the right kind of ground rules for your cat. Here are two examples: indoor cats should have their own litter box, while outdoor cats can only roam around the backyard. Either way, deciding first if your cat will live indoors or outdoors will not only benefit it, but also you in the long run.

If your cat will live indoors, you can go for room-like cat houses.

Cats, or any other domestic pets for that matter, become a part of your family the moment you decide to care for them. Thus, why not make a room-like cat house for your beloved pet? It’s comfortable and safe enough, just like your very own bedroom.

You can also go for box-like cat houses.

Have you ever made forts with sofas and pillows before? Yeah, those were fun. How about seeing cardboard forts with abandoned pets in backstreets? It kinda feels gloomy, right?  Well, you can always turn fun and gloomy into comfortable and safe for your beloved pet via a box-like cat house.

There are also cat trees, cat towers, and scratching posts to consider.

Aside from going anywhere without us knowing, these fur babies also love to climb high places. So rather than making your pet go outside and climb trees or even get stuck up there and cause more problems than actual ones, why not make your own cat tree indoors for easy retrieving?

If your cat will live outdoors, you can go for catios.

For those unfamiliar with it, catios are outdoor cat houses – pretty much like bird cages, but only wider and more comfortable for domestic pets like cats. It can either be stand-alone or incorporated on a wall section of your house. Either way, your cat won’t need to go that far just to be comfortable and safe.

Make one for your cat now with air compressing!

Do you have any other tips and ideas when making your own cat house? Share them with us on the comments section below!

Unbelievable Cat Facts That You Probably Don’t Know

They are one of the most cutest creatures here on Earth. They serve as a good companion and a pet. Cuddly looking creatures. Of course you know what I am talking about. I am talking about cats. They are the most popular pets in the United States. They are even considered as godly by the Egyptians. Interesting? Let’s talk about more fun facts about these felines.

The World’s Richest Cat

There’s a cat that’s left with his owner’s fortune after he died. About 13 million dollars. I think that’s enough to buy him cans of tuna for the rest of his life.

Demonic Cats

Demonic Cats
“Who Do We Love? Satan!!” Said no cat ever.

During the reign of Pope Innocent VIII, he ordered the massacre of all the cats for the fact that he thinks that they are devil-spawned. How can you say that to a creature that looks so cute like that. Another bad news, it gave rise to the Black Death or Bubonic plague which killed merely 60% of Europe’s population. Why? Cats eat mice. That’s why.

Kitty On Space

There’s Laika the Space dog, then there’s Felicette. The first cat on space. She survived the trip, unlike Laika. Guess cats do have 9 set of lives.

Health Beneficial Feline

Yes, owning a cat can be healthy for you. It relieves stress and anxiety. Some even say that it reduces the chances of having stroke or heart attack. Pretty helpful cat if you ask me. Eats some mice and keeps you healthy. But it doesn’t mean that you own a cat, you will never experience circulatory problems. Eat healthy and drink healthy. Add some fruit juice into your diet. It is packed with rich vitamins and minerals. Tastes good too. If you want more information on blenders, you should probably visit this site.

They Don’t Have Night Vision

Cat Night Vision
I see you. You don’t see me.

This is a fallacy. Cats do need light to see in the dark. But they need it very minimal because their retinas can detect light at really low levels. If you lock your cat to a dark room, he probably doesn’t see anything either.


I hope you enjoyed reading this. Peace out to my fellow cat lovers!

Some Cat Facts You Don’t Want To Miss


Meow, meow, meow…

Don’t you just love cats? Me, too!

They’re soft, cuddly, and purrs like you’re the only one who can touch and love them…

Thus, here are some cat facts you don’t want to miss:

  • There are more cats than dogs in the United States.
  • 70% of their lives are spent sleeping.
  • They can jump up to six times their length.
  • That explains why some can survive falls from up to 32 stories high.
  • A cat was Talkeetna, Alaska mayor for 15 years.
  • A cat ran for Mexico City mayor back in 2013.
  • The largest cat ever recorded is measured at 48.5 inches.
  • The oldest cat breed ever recorded is called Egyptian Mau.
  • Cats have been around since 3600 B.C, way before Egyptian Kings were born.
  • They are depicted as some kind of gods in Ancient Egypt, too.
  • When they die, however, they are mourned by their owners by shaving off eyebrows.
  • The richest cat ever recorded is worth $13 million.
  • Contrary to popular belief, cats are not supposed to drink milk or eat raw fish.
  • Mentally speaking…cats are more similar to humans than dogs, with 90% of their brain matching ours. They also have similar brain sections to humans, specifically the ones controlling emotions.
  • Socially speaking, though…cats are more introverted than dogs.
  • In the United States, black cats are considered bad luck. In the United Kingdom and Australia, however, they’re not.

And oh, did you know that a cat has been caught smuggling saws and drills into a Brazilian prison back in 2013? You don’t?

Police authorities were really surprised about the new technique to escape prison. They noticed that the cat has been going back and forth to prison cells. So when they finally got the chance to take a closer look on it, they found out that saws and drills were being attached to its stomach.

Lesson of the day: Never, ever let cats go near saws. But still, you should check out these saw reviews!

The Perks of Living with a Cat


Non-cat lovers will probably find it curious how cats’ relationships with their humans work. Notorious for being aloof and independent, cats are quite unlike most affectionate, outgoing, and playful dogs. But common perception aside, living with a feline companion has a lot of perks. And here are just some of them.

Requires less attention

Like any pets, cats need care and attention. But they require fairly less of the latter for most of the time. You do not have to take them out for walks and they can pretty much take care of amusing themselves if they want to. This often leaves cat owners with time to focus on other pursuits like reading or learning new things.

Reduces stress

Pets in general help in reducing stress. And cats are no exception. Studies show that a cat’s purr can lower stress level and aids healing of muscles after an injury. Living with cat can also be good in reducing anxiety and keeping you calm.

Provides companionship

Cats may be independent, but it does not mean that they are not good at providing companionship. They may not appear hyperactive like some dog breeds that can shower you with love. However, cats have their own ways of showing their affection. They can be sweet when they start seeking attention and contact. They also know how to play. You just have to take notice of the telltale signs of what they want when they start making contact with you.

Teaches life lessons

Live with cats long enough and you will learn a thing or two from them. A cat lounging with seemingly no care in the world can teach you about the art of relaxation. Their constant napping and resting may appear like laziness. But that may not be the case every time you see them lying around doing nothing. Their stillness is just the flipside of their brand of playfulness. And indulging in both is something that humans can learn from them.

6 Travel Destinations for a Cat Lover’s Bucket List

Travel provides plenty of opportunities for cat lovers to indulge in their passion, which is pretty much anything related to cats. While seeing a cat may already make any feline fanatic happy, there is nothing quite like the experience of visiting a place where cats take center stage. Here are some of the places that call out to every cat lover out there.

Tokyo, Japan

Cat Cafe

Japan is a cat lovers’ haven in many ways. It is home to Hello Kitty, the robot cat Doraemon, and YouTube Scottish fold celebrity Maru. The love for cats is also palpable online where several cats have huge social media following. In Tokyo, locals and tourists can indulge in their daily fix of cat antics and cuteness at the city’s many cat cafes. Cat enthusiasts would also love visiting the Sanrio Puroland, also known as the Hello Kitty Theme Park, and see the wide array of Hello Kitty themed attractions and activities.

Tashirojima Island, Japan

Tashirojima Island

Tashirojima Island has more cats than humans living on it. Stray cats used to help in keeping mice away from the silkworms that the island residents used to make silk. The island’s fisher folks and other residents take good care of the cats. Many believe that mistreating them will bring bad luck. Over time, the cat population increased and now outnumbers their human friends.

Ypres, Belgium


Ypres is a Belgian town that celebrates the Kattenstoet which is also known as the Festival of the Cats. The festival is held on the second Sunday of May and features a street parade. People dressed as cats or other costumes join the festive parade.

Rome, Italy

Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary

The Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary in Rome is home to about 250 cats. Volunteers help in caring for the sanctuary’s cat residents. Visitors can spend time helping volunteers or simply watch the cats as they bask in the sunlight in the midst of ancient ruins. The Protestant Cemetery near the Pyramid of Cestius also serves as a cat refuge.

Amsterdam, the Netherlands


The Poezenboot is a houseboat that serves as a cat sanctuary since 1966. The Cat Boat sits along the Herengracht canal. The famous shelter is drawing not only cat lovers but also locals and tourists who want to see the floating sanctuary’s residents. The Kattenkabinet is another Amsterdam attraction for cat lovers. The museum houses a wide array of cat-related artworks such as paintings, furniture, and more.

Paris, France

Le Cimetière des Animaux

The Le Cimetière des Animaux is touted to be the largest pet cemetery in the world. It may not be dedicated solely for cats, but it has several interesting things to see related to cats. The cemetery also has many fascinating tombstones for cats.