In October last year I told you of the Cat Enclosure I was wanting to build - my very first project at the age of 59 !!
It took me a month to complete , totally on my own.
It has , over the top , part cat max and part shadecloth so the cats can chose sun ir shade and there is also a cat door so they can come and go as they please . Thete is a full length U Zip so I can go in and out through the back if needed. I am about to add a clear Tarp over the top so the cats can still go out there when it is raining and I will remove this again when summer returns . I have my 2 chairs out there also and enjoy sitting out there having a cuppa or reading and have lunch out there often with friends . I never sat out there in the last 20 years !! Bunnings staff were fantastic in cutting most of the wood to my measurements and also for their advice when needed .
I am extremely happy with the result and my Cats LOVE it .
I have added a couple of photos .
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I have today , worked my butt off all day so my Cats can have an All Weather Enclosure .
I have added a Waterproof top to their Catio .
It took me all day , as once again I had to do it all on my own , but I got there , and I only had to make one trip to Bunnings .
It was made even more difficult because I didn't have access to my Neighbours side and the shed was in the way , but I completed it .
It is on an angle and slopes away from the Unit , so the rain will run away from the Unit .
My Cats , and I , can now go out into the Enclosure on a wet day and I no longer have to continuously have to keep bringing inside their beds and blankets if it is raining .
Because it is off my bedroom and the only natural light for the back of the Unit , I chose a clear cover so the light still comes through and the cats and I can still enjoy the sunshine .
Photos attached .
Thank You Katie,
I didn't know about that Group on Facebook .
I have just joined the Group and will post my Enclosure on their site .
Many Thanks, Chris
Well done @Chrissie35
Always great to see people giving something a crack and improving their home. You should feel proud!
Thank You Kermit , that is very nice .
I have to give it a go ,as there is no one to help .
The worst that can happen is to have to try again .
The best is to try and succeed , and then that gives you the confidence to try something else .
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