Recently Cute W replaced one of our garage doors, and he suggested that the massive cardboard box it came in (and a few extra boxes) could be excellent for building a Cat Castle. At our house, the motto is “Anything for the kitties,” so the girls set to work.
The castle–or “Cats-le”–was still under construction when Ruth started investigating.
Dave was also curious, but a bit more nervous about the whole thing.
We expected the gang plank from one end to another to be very popular. It’s from the super-strong cardboard that framed the garage doors, and usually both cats really like to get as high as they can. But so far, they seem a little suspicious of its sturdiness. The swing has been a work in progress. . . the girls continue to tinker with the best height that says “cool, but still approachable and not terrifying.”
It’s looking like lower is the way to go.
The “Cats-le” hasn’t grown much in the last week or so. But decorating is ongoing.
It’s become a giant space for doodling while the TV is on. So, really, the girls might be enjoying it as much or more than the cats.