This collection of Cat Cubbies is the newest expansion of our cat furniture line! These Cubbies offer a private hiding place for skittish cats or a quiet spot for cat naps. They’re made from a heavyweight canvas and create a relaxing enclosure for your cat to lounge and observe their environment from. We have a mix of options with different platforms or planters to add an extra level of privacy. What cat doesn’t want to be a dragon? For those aspirational pets, we’ve included a collection of screen printed themes, inspired by those painted boards at the circus you can put your head through.
Choose from 3 different layouts. The first, is our Standard Cubby which is composed of two cat hammocks and a cubby design of your choice over the front. Then we have our Cubby with Ledges, which adds a platform to either side. These work well for creating an easier experience jumping in and out of them, or to use the ledge to access the top hammock. Our Deluxe Cubby has a ledge on one side and a planter pot on the other side. This creates a more secluded area by blocking off one of the access points.
After picking the best design for your cat and wall space, , choose between 5 different styles of canvas fronts. Our best sellers are the Slotted and Baby Dragon. The circles cut out of the front work as a cat spy hole, but you can also use treats to persuade them to stick their heads through to turn them in a dragon or deep sea diver. The images are screen printed onto the canvas with art work by Kate Wilson.
Our cat Heisenberg is incredibly shy to the point that only a few people have seen him in real life because he has the ability to disappear almost instantly.
Our furniture is designed to be installed with little or no prior experience.
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