• Valley Village

    This catio wraps around the house giving the cats prolonged exposure to the sun and amazing landscaping. The left side of the enclosure, which includes the furballs window pet door, is "floating" to provide access to the crawl space below the home. The right side is perfectly symmetrical and is loaded with shelves and bed areas. That's Fizz, Daisy, Tawny, and Julep in the photo.

  • Van Nuys

    Beatriz Pennyfeather's catio blends in perfectly with the home, thus providing the cat parents a beautiful addition to the house. The bronze translucent roof provides Beatriz and her sibling protection from the rain and sun. The shelves and sisal rope climbing pole provide plenty to do inside the pentagon.

  • Cienega | Leimart Park

    The cats exit the home in the living room and then take a 43-foot run along the side of the house which dumps them in the backyard catio. And it is beautiful! Clementine, one of the three feline family members, looked to be smiling her first time exploring the enclosure. Pure joy!

  • Pacific Coast Highway

    Ripley's new catio fits snugly under the roof eve on the side of a Pacific Palisades home near the Pacific Coast Highway. It's L shaped to make room for the pet door which was custom fitted under an office desk. We also included a mechanical keyless lever lock which will keep the enclosure secure and hold up well in the ocean air.

  • La Canada Flintridge

    Located right up against the mountains in the Crescenta Valley, this catio will provide its three feline inhabitants endless Cat-TV. And plenty of stimulation to boot with an elaborate ramp / shelf system and floor to ceiling sisal rope climbing pole.

  • Playa Del Rey

    This beauty blends in perfectly with the existing house. The kittens love it and were climbing the sisal rope pole in no time. There's also a cat superhighway circumventing the entire enclosure. As this kids like to say, this is one Pawsome catio!

  • Hermosa Beach

    Jackson Galaxy coined the phrase, "Cat Superhighway," to describe an environment where cats can circumvent a room or an enclosure on multiple levels without touching the ground. It essentially maximizes the available real estate for all inhabitants. Well, we perfected that concept in Hermosa Beach. The furballs can reach the top of the structure via a set a ramps, shelve steps or by climbing a sisal rope pole on either end of the catio. Once they reach the top, they can take the long runs around the enclosure until they find the perfect resting spot. Meanwhile, the humans have plenty…

  • West Los Angeles Apartment

    We love when apartment building management sees the big picture and allows renters to construct catios. Happy cats make for happy humans which make for better neighbors and tenants. Everyone wins! Here, our design includes three mesh panels, including an emergency exit door.

  • Venice Beach

    We built this “floating” catio to avoid a plethora of pipes and other immovable objects below. The “L” shape allows Shiloh to enter a through-the-wall cat door bottom right and then find a high perch top left. We added three small doors for easy cleaning and so the cat would always be reachable in case of emergency. The art deco-ish style and colors are stellar.

  • Mulholland

    This cat mansion has 8 levels, stands 14 feet tall, and has a 10 foot long wing that wraps around the right side of the gorgeous house, ensuring the cats get sun most of the day. We added two deadbolt doors along the run in case of emergency. The terra cotta Spanish tile roof matches the rest of the home.

  • North Pasadena

    Where to begin? Catio is 10 feet tall, with a cat door entry from the upstairs bedroom, shaded translucent roof, large U shaped carpeted top shelf, some nifty woodwork, and an 8 foot sisal rope climbing pole. We also buried mesh in the dirt to prevent predators from digging in and cats from digging out of the enclosure.

  • Sepulveda

    Lots of cool elements here helped convert a second floor recess to a sweet catio including custom mesh, a French door window pane pet door, and green carpeted ramps and shelves. The client’s artistic background shines through beautifully.

  • Occidental College

    Built on a second floor deck with a room underneath, we were unable to screw anything into the ground / roof. As such, we used pressure treated wood on the ground and utilized the stucco walls and roof for stability — much like we do for apartments and condos. The clients preferred a knob and barrel bolt to our typical keyed lock. The sisal rope sits on top of the litter box cover to facilitate easy cleaning.

  • Laurel Canyon

    Love the colors and lines on this enclosure which aligns perfectly with the top of the window. The catio juts out slightly below the window so that we could include a pet door through the wall. But even that little area has a bronze tinted roof to match the rest of the enclosure. Carpeted ramp, sisal rope climbing pole, and two high shaped bed areas also included.

  • Beverly Hills

    We found a perfect spot for the gorgeous Moses, a rambunctious Russian Blue, to enjoy the outdoors safely. We dug up a bit of dirt, moved around some plumbing, and then laid down a concrete slab. Then we added a pet door through the wall, sisal rope pole, and lots of shelves. Moses could not be happier!