Architect Alex Haw from London-based Atmos Studio gets at the heart of good Catification — understanding your client — with this beautiful project he designed for his very lucky cat.
This beautiful cat climbing wall is the work of Fundamentally Feline, a cat behavior consulting company located in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Certified Cat Behavior Consultant Ingrid Johnson and her husband Jake Egolf provide environmental enrichment services to help create indoor environments for cats, and they do it with style! This project for their client Alisha is a… Read More
I just received these breathtaking photos from a couple in Singapore who designed this spectacular home for their two rescue cats! Rand and En are a pair of cat-loving design aficionados who are clearly dedicated to creating beautifully Catified spaces. Bravo! From ceiling-suspended catwalks and custom desks, to fabulous cat climbing walls, Rand and En have provided… Read More
Get Ready to Catify the World! Catification Launch & Book Tour, Plus New Episodes of My Cat From Hell!
It’s almost here! Catification: Designing a Happy and Stylish Home for Your Cat (and You!) by Jackson Galaxy and Kate Benjamin will officially launch on October 14, available in bookstores nationwide! You’ll finally be able to get your paws on this long-awaited resource for cat lovers looking to create environments that are both beautiful and cat-friendly. The book… Read More
Photo courtesy of Greg Kreuger If you haven’t seen it yet, make sure to watch this wonderful video interview with Greg Kreuger showcasing his incredibly Catified home! Greg lives in Minnesota with his four very lucky cats and has been working on the intricate catwalks and passageways that run throughout his home for over 15… Read More
Very deep bookshelves often leave a lot of wasted space, but this brilliant Catification Hack makes use of that space to create a wonderful hidden climbing area for kitty! D de Jonge from The Netherlands sent in these photos. Look carefully, and you’ll see where the backs of the shelves have been cut away, creating… Read More
Here’s a simply brilliant Catification Hack from one of my favorite sites, Ikeahackers.net. Laura from London took a single Ikea Expedit shelf, wrapped some sisal rope around one side, added two cushions, and look at the results! The perfect two-story cat lounge with a built-in scratching surface, which I’m guessing will be used from both… Read More
Here’s some excellent kitten marketing! Just Cats Clinic in Reston, Virginia recently created this wonderful playroom inside their clinic. The space is used by local rescue groups to show adoptable kittens when the clinic is open. I can’t think of a better display! The playroom is bright and open with windows facing a busy walkway in… Read More
Humane Society of Boulder Valley Gets Catified! Adoption Center Redesigned to Delight Shelter Cats and Visitors
The Humane Society of Boulder Valley in Boulder, Colorado recently remodeled their cat adoption center to create a Catification wonderland! Their goal was to create an attractive space that’s comfortable and functional for both cats and visitors. The cage-free cat rooms are bright and colorful, bringing in the Colorado sunshine through solar tubes in the… Read More
The Dutch website 101 Woonideeën featured this lovely cat litter hider that could also be used as a hideaway or bed. It’s really very simple, made from an old wooden crate. I love the face peeking out at us! Visit 101 Woonideeën to get the DIY instructions (you’ll have to run it through a translator, unless you read… Read More