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Rock Your Cat’s World: Curved Cat Shelves

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Creating a comfortable and stylish environment for your cat can be made easier with the use of curved cat shelves. They provide a great way to give your cat a place to rest and play that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. This guide will help you get the most out of your curved cat shelves. 

Choosing the Size of Your Curved Cat Shelves

Consider the size and shape of your cat and the space you have available. Make sure the shelf has enough room for your cat to move around comfortably. Ideally your fur baby should be able to stand up, turn-around and do the Hokey Pokey. Okay, maybe not the Hokey Pokey, but some plop and flop is good.

I love this one from The Refined Feline. I personally like white, but having a cushy landing pad of pure cloud like poof is great! This curved cat shelf is super long, and seems to me a cat can get up, turn around and stretch out, all with room to spare!

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Choosing the Material of the Shelf

Consider the material of the shelf. Wood is the most common material used for curved cat shelves, but there are other materials available, such as metal or plastic. Each material has its own advantages and disadvantages, so make sure you choose the one that best suits your needs.

Find the Perfect Location for Your Curved Cat Shelves

Find the perfect location. Make sure the shelf is placed in a spot that is easily accessible for your cat. It should be out of the way of other furniture and in an area that provides plenty of natural light.

I have ours hanging so Finnegan can see outside. In my last placed, it was located on the wall so he could see out the window or stand up, turn around and watch TV.

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Catatize™ Curved Shelves With Cat-Friendly Stimulants

Adding cat-friendly decor can really bring your shelf to the next level. Not only can you make the shelf more inviting for your cat but including Biophilic elements such as cat friendly plants can be a cat magnet for the feline, and eye-candy for the person.

Strong Foundation Curved Cat Shelves

Secure the shelf. Make sure the shelf is securely attached to the wall, as cats can be quite agile and may try to climb up it. You want the shelf to stay put. If the shelf is even a tiny bit wobbly, your cat might sense its instability and avoid it all together.

This was tricky for me when I got my curved, floating shelf for my tuxedo cat Finnegan. You can see here how it was secured into the wall. I had a handyman install it because it required additional tools and work then your average shelf.

In my opinion, installation of cat shelves is really important, and for that reason I highly recommend reading viable recommendations from real customers.

I really like the shelf we got from Cody and Dozy and I still have it hanging.

Concluding Purrs: Cat Curved Shelves

By following these steps, you can create a comfortable and stylish area for your cat to rest and play. Have fun customizing your cat’s curved shelf and enjoy the extra time with your furry friend!

For designing with cat shelf ideas, check out our suggested reading list:

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Rock Your Cat’s World: Curved Cat Shelves

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