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If you are looking for outside cat enclosures for your pet cats, Custom Cages has you covered! Custom Cages outdoor cate enclosures connected to house are designed to be durable, customized cat enclosures that your feline friends will love to run around and play in. There are many benefits to outdoor cat enclosures that your pet will enjoy.

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Outside Cat Enclosures

So you’ve just purchased your first outside cat enclosure for your pet. Now comes the job of assembling the cage and setting up the furniture. If you enjoy decorating and creating something, this might be the most enjoyable aspect for you. But if you’re the type of person who would rather just have things done and not worry about the details, setting up your outside cat enclosures may seem tedious and boring. Fortunately, if you find outside cat enclosures that are easy to assemble, this will be a much easier task. Avoid any type of outside cat enclosures that require 50 different bolts and 4 different types of screws.

While you may think this type of cage is sturdier for your pet cats, the opposite is true. The more points that have to be screwed together, the more weak spots there are in the outside cat house. We recommend looking for outside cat enclosures that are simple to put together. Both you and your cats will appreciate your effort in the long run. Here at Custom Cages, we make outside cat enclosures that are simple to put together. Our Suncatcher cages are made from sturdy panels, top-of-the-line stainless steel, and non-toxic finish. These outside cat enclosures can be assembled in a little over an hour.

Outside Cat Enclosures

Benefits Of Outdoor Cat Enclosure

Here are a few ways that you can help decrease your cat’s stress levels:

  • Provide your cat with his own space. Some cats are loners and do not like to share quarters with other animals. If this is the case, be sure your pet has their own outdoor cat enclosures or outdoor cat fencing where he can have some privacy.
  • Institute a consistent routine. Cats are creatures of habit and sometimes get stressed if their schedule gets thrown out of whack. As a result, be sure to develop a consistent routine and stick with it. If your pet expects dinner at 6 pm in his outdoor cat enclosures or outdoor cat fencing, try to make sure it gets there on time.
  • Provide your pet with plenty of attention. Some cats need that extra dose of reassurance. They need to know you still love them, even if there is a new baby in the house or if you’ve adopted another kitten. Make a point to play with your cat in his outdoor cat enclosures every day for at least 10 minutes.

In addition to all these benefits, cat enclosures are great for promoting good relationships and can reduce any issues between cats in if you have more than one. Cats by nature are more solitary and are more territorial, but they can adjust to sharing with others due to their playful characters. Outdoor Cat enclosures provide for both parts of the cat’s personalities to be catered to. Introducing toys and mind games allows for the space to be friendly and playful.

Outdoor Cat Enclosures For Multiple Cats

Whether you are buying a outdoor cate enclosure for multible cats or just a single one, here are a few factors that need to be considered and decided at the first step:

1. Location

Once you have decided to get an outdoor can enclosure, you need to figure out a good location for the cage and if you want it attached or separate from your home. When choosing a location it is important to remember the benefits of the outdoor enclosure, the reason to get the cage is so the cats can enjoy the wind, sunlight, and stimulating activities that keep them busy and entertained. Ensure that the location you are selecting will provide all of these.

2. Size  

After location, the next step is to choose the size of the outdoor cat enclosure. This will depend on the space you have available as well as if you decided to get an attached cage or not. Another deciding factor is the personalities of your cat or cats and what activities they enjoy the most to ensure the space is adequate.

The attached enclosure gives you the added bonus of having the tunnel that attaches to a window, allowing for a little more playroom and gives your cats more accessibility to it as you do not need to take them to it. You simply just have to keep the window open for them to access the enclosure.

3. Design

Lastly, since outdoor cat enclosures will become part of your home, deciding on design will help to incorporate the enclosure to the design of your home. Our custom cages come in many different colors such as black granite, natural granite, cambridge cherry, english oak, golden oak, and prestige maple. 

Outdoor Cat Enclosures Connected To House

Outdoor cat enclosure that is connected to your house are three-sided and allow your cat to wander freely through a window into the outdoor cage. The cat cage is best when it is attached to your home as your cat will have access to it consistently, allowing the cat to come and go as it pleases allowing it to enjoy it to the fullest. Whereas, freestanding cat cages are not attached to the house but are set up outside in the yard, meaning you’ll have to carry or walk your cat to the enclosure when you want to give them time outside, not allowing them free access

About Custom Cages

Custom Cages has a relentless commitment to quality, standing behind our products, and constant innovation that has allowed the company to flourish to over 50 employees and growing. Although we now have over 30,000sf of state of the art equipment, as well as a team of well-trained expert staff, the principles remain the same. Every unit is built one at a time by our proud and expert craftsman, custom-built for your needs. Contact Custom Cages for your next custom bird cagesreptile cages, or snake enclosures.