The large Brigden Ranch Pasadena catio has a set of cat steps leading up to the litter area, a hiding box with cat cutouts, a peek-a-boo bubble bed, a floating birdcage bed, and a 10-foot synthetic rope climbing pole.
Ginormous Granada Hills 2nd Story Extension
Wowza! We took the famous Vincent the Lykoi and Friends paw-some catio and added on a massive extension that connects a second-story bedroom window. The fur family can enter upstairs and exit downstairs and vice versa. The cat guardians also have the ability to turn the structure into two separate enclosures.
The Dana Point catio is narrow but large and filled with fun cat elements including cat steps, a cat-shaped shelf, a floating birdcage bed, a hiding box with cat cutouts, a 10-foot climbing pole, and a bubble bed.
Pacific Palisades Bunny Enclosure
Rabbits Joy Lowe and Jimi Hopper now have their own enclosure separate from the cats and dog! In other words, we now do bunny-os or is it bunnios?
Pacific Palisades Upstairs Balcony
The Pacific Palisades upstairs balcony catio is as gorgeous on the outside as it is fun and stimulating for the furballs on the inside. The Four Seasons meets Cat Disneyland!
The Stone Canyon catio has a raised floor on stilts but is still rather roomy inside. The extra-long cat ladder is a standout piece, but don't sleep in the cat steps, climbing pole, and bed perches.
The Los Feliz enclosure is next level, literally and figuratively! The furballs enter via a cat door in a second-story bedroom into a long winding cat run above the pergola on the side of the house. The run turns the corner at the backyard where it becomes two levels before continuing on into a catio tower, where there is a litter box compartment and feeding station.
Henry the rescue cat's beautiful catio next to Wilacre Park in Studio City provides the perfect spot for taking in all the backyard goodness. Additionally, it looks like part of the home with matching house colors and nestled into a perfect corner.
The Rancho District
This Rancho District catio in the heart of Burbank blends in beautifully with the home. With a perfect pocket spot, the catio looks like it was built with the house. We added a hiding box, climbing pole, cat steps, litter box compartment, and a couple of high-shaped bed perches.
Pumpkin, Momo, and Chloe call this extra large gorgeous wood stained catio in the North Village section of Oak Park home. The roomy inside has a loft ladder, 10-foot climbing pole, super long ramp, and many shelves and bed perches. The cats love the inside as well as the beautiful backyard which attracts all kinds of animals.
Kebab, one of the coolest cats on the planet, calls this Duarte catio home. Maybe he's so cool because his cat guardian, @roachthepetcoach, is a behavior specialist with the Pasadena Humane Society. Anyone with pet behavior issues would be wise to reach out to Rochelle.
Santa Susana Park
The Santa Susana Park catio in Simi Valley keeps two house cats stimulated inside with a hiding box, peek-a-boo bubble bed, and synthetic rope climbing pole, and outside with a gorgeous tree lined backyard that includes two water features and multiple bird feeders.
I love the Melrose District catio! A tall winding seven level tower takes the six cats into a super long run above the sliding glass doors, which then turns the corner and ends with a nest. And it all blends in perfectly with the house's architectural design. Paw-some!
This second story balcony catio in a gorgeous Brentwood neighborhood provides three house cats with the perfect spot to perch, get fresh air, and take in the sunshine. The beautiful bronze roof really pops too.
The large Sunkist Park (Culver City) catio utilizes 2" x 2" galvanized silver wire mesh, our strongest option. The highlight of the interior is the long multi-level carpeted ramp that runs from side to side of the enclosure. It all makes for four happy black cats.