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    Default any cat lovers out there...

    What type do you have? Indoor only? Have you got a cat enclosure? We have 3 cats...all rescues. Matilda is a short hair domestic female white and tabby, Gabriel is a Turkish Van long hair female ginger and Oreo is another short hair domestic black and white. We just finished building our cat enclosure and the cats LOVE it.

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    Piccies of your enclosure?

    I don't have cats as I don't have a house LOL, but I always dream of when I get a house I want a cat enclosure for my cats as I don't want them roaming free outdoors.

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    1381807502431.jpg this is Gabriel the Turkish van...she loves water!
    1381807596003.jpg this is Oreo
    1381807664614.jpgand Matilda
    1381807728640.jpgthe cat enclosure

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    That is awesome!!!

    We just got a domestic kitten from the RSPCA, he will be indoor only but we have space to do similar to what you've created, maybe a bit smaller I'd just never thought of it before!

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    This is Basil.

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    I have two cats. I have a rescued Abysinnian, and just got a rescued Burmese. I dont have a cat enclosure, I live on property and have chickens and ducks, so the cats are "working pets", in that they catch vermin that happen around the birds. Damn good at it too, apart from that they just hang out with me and the kids in the lounge room.

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    He's beautiful We did a lot of shopping around and catnets had the best price if you did it yourself but we ended up making our own as I already had the plastic netting. I've added a few more shelves and will be putting more pot plants in. The window suction cap cat beds are their fav and can be bought on ebay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    Attachment 44182 this is Gabriel the Turkish van...she loves water!
    Attachment 44183 this is Oreo
    Attachment 44184and Matilda
    Attachment 44185the cat enclosure
    Wow that is awesome!!

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    This is Basil.
    OMG sooooo cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LotusMum View Post
    I have two cats. I have a rescued Abysinnian, and just got a rescued Burmese. I dont have a cat enclosure, I live on property and have chickens and ducks, so the cats are "working pets", in that they catch vermin that happen around the birds. Damn good at it too, apart from that they just hang out with me and the kids in the lounge room.
    I LOVE abysinnians, we used to have one but he got stolen Living in suburbia it's best to have them locked up...I've lost too many in the past from poison, cars and theft. Next door to us have bull arab dogs who are trained to kill anything that moves and on the other side we have bush and wild life so this way I know they are safe. I've lived on cattle stations and know how worthy farm cats are with the vermon...I just didn't appreciate it when the cats would throw up a half digested rat at the front door lol

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    Oh wow awesome enclosure! Your kitties are so cute!!

    Here's my cat Murphy Indoors mostly and he's a rescue kitty.


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    And my mums cats because they're gorgeous!

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    The first two are Norwegian forest cats and the last is a ragdoll..love them

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    My eldest dd (the cat crazy girl) wants a Norwegian forest cat... I lovvve ragedolls


 

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