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Diy cat window perch

Diy cat window perch

Diy cat window perch.

We have had a cat window perch on the front porch of our home for about a month now. When the first day that we had her on the window perch I was a bit concerned, but we have had a very mild winter so far and she has been fine.

The cat perch is a large flat wood block with a piece of vinyl stretched over it. The cat is able to walk on it and jump off it. I am still concerned that it might not be big enough, but the cat is so very tiny (4lb, 1 oz) that I don't think it would matter.

In the winter when it is snowing I have seen several of the neighbor's cats stand on the front porch and look out into the snow. My question is... can a cat stand up on a window perch in the snow? Is there a risk of snow getting under their feet and causing them to slip?

As you know, we don't have any indoor cats. So far this year, none of our cats have fallen through the window perch. We live in an older home, and the windows are quite old and small. The cat perch has not been moved since the day it was put up.

Thank you! That is great to hear! My cat loves to sit in the window well, but not so much the window perch. The perch has been fine, I'm just worried it's not big enough. But at least it's good to know that cats can sit in snow on it.

Thank you for your reply. I hope your cat is healthy and happy. We have a cat that lives indoors and I've seen him walk all over the snow-covered windows with no problems. He's a big cat and it takes him a while to get from his back door to the front door. But once there, he is fine.

I just did some quick research and it looks like a small cat can't support their own body weight if they are standing on a window perch in snow. So, it seems that this is not a good idea.

Thanks for sharing. I have an indoor cat and I'm concerned when it is snowing because I can't tell where the window is from outside. So I am planning to remove it from the porch during the storm. I'm also worried that the cat will get out and I'll have to spend $30 to get a lock on it.

I'm not really worried about my cat, but I am worried about her getting in trouble because the window perch is removed. When I'm outside, I can easily see that it is snowing, but I still can't tell where the porch is from the outside. I can't exactly tell how to go about removing it safely without losing track of her.

I just removed the perch, put the cat back inside and locked the door. My daughter is home alone all day, so I know that if she tries to let the cat out I can always get to her before she leaves for school. My daughter is a sophomore in high school and has been raised by her father since she was three. I'm so glad that I am there for her. She loves cats and we've always had cats. She has a soft spot for them and they are like her little sisters. I think that will be just fine.

Thanks for the advice. I'm so glad you've taken the time to read my post!

The cat window perch is on the porch on the second floor. I put it there so I can see where the cat is, and she loves it.

It's my daughter's first year away from home. I just want to make sure that if something happens, I'm there for her. I worry about her and I want to know that she is ok.

We've had a cat window perch on the front porch of our home for about a month now. When the first day that we had her on the window perch I was a bit concerned, but we have had a very mild winter so far and she has been fine.

The cat perch is a large flat wood block with a piece of vinyl stretched over it. The cat is able to walk on it and jump off it. I am still concerned that it might not be big enough, but the cat is so very tiny (4lb, 1 oz) that I don't think it would matter.

In the winter when it is snowing I have seen several of the neighbor's cats stand on the front porch and look out into the snow. My question is... can a cat stand up on a window perch in the snow? Is there a risk of snow getting under their feet and causing them to slip?

As you know, we don't have any indoor cats. So far this year, none of our cats have fallen through the window perch. We live in an older home, and the windows are quite old and small. The cat perch has not been moved since the day it was put up.

Thank you! That is great to hear! My cat loves to sit in the window well, but not so much the window perch. The perch has been fine, I'm just worried it's not big enough. But at least it's good to know that cats can sit in snow on it.

Thank you for your reply. I hope your cat is healthy and happy. We have a cat that lives indoors and I've seen him walk all over the snow-covered windows with no problems. He's a big cat and it takes him a while to get from his back door to the front door. But once there, he is fine.

I just did some quick research and it looks like a small cat can't support their own body weight if they are standing on a window perch in snow. So, it seems that this is not a good idea.

Thanks for sharing. I have an indoor cat and I'm concerned when it is snowing because I can't tell where the window is from outside. So I am planning to remove it from the porch during the storm.