Not wanting to leave them out of the celebration, a good friend of ours gave us this fine piece of cat furniture for our wedding. This is one of those items you secretly hope your cats will hate because no one in the history of interior decorating has ever found a way to make such a thing look less hideous in your living room. And that thought is, of course, the only way to ensure that your cats will not only love it, but they’ll love it so much you’ll consider buying a second one just so they can both have somewhere to sit. Unfortunately, once you have a piece of cat furniture, feng shui requires it to be placed directly in front of a window, preferably in a manner which allows your cat to look out the window regardless of which direction they decide to lay down.
Also, windowsills = the perfect pillow.
There is an ongoing battle for Queen of the Cat Furniture. Sometimes it’s a violent war.
Other times, it’s a cold war.
And in case you believe that cats are graceful creatures, let me introduce you to Sweet Dee. She can jump onto the kitchen counter, but this is the only way she gets on the cat furniture.