Cat Castles: 20 Cardboard Habitats You Can Build Yourself

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Product Details

Price
$14.99  $13.79
Publisher
Quirk Books
Publish Date
Pages
96
Dimensions
7.1 X 0.3 X 9.0 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781594749414
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About the Author

Carin Oliver is a visual artist and designer with an interest in nature and animals who creates artwork for galleries and public spaces. She supports animal welfare and believes in the awesome mystery and power of cats to change lives. Her specialty items for rabbits and small animals can be found at habifab.com.

Reviews

"Cats love cardboard boxes, so why not use them to create a fun space shaped like a miniature sofa, a food truck, a rocket, a pyramid, a submarine? Cat lovers will also enjoy the 'meet the models' section."--Booklist

"Featuring step-by-step instructions (along with photos), [Cat Castles] shows you how to give your cat comfy play spaces that are inexpensive and eco-friendly."--Catster

"Each project is beautifully illustrated and accompanied by gorgeous photos of very happy cats enjoying their new hangout. I guarantee you'll be inspired to pull out your glue gun!"--Hauspanther

"Beautifully illustrated with very detailed instructions for each project, this book will delight cat lovers who enjoy building things - and I bet it will delight kitties not just with the end product, but with the process of helping the human build the project."--The Conscious Cat

"Your creative, cat-loving friend will love this DIY guide full of fun homemade cat habitats."--Pet Central

"This title instructs cat parents on how to build special pussycat digs while on a budget. No contractors needed."--The Columbian

"Shoeboxes and paper bags are fine for other cats. However, your favorite felines deserve luxurious living spaces. Cat Castles. . . provides easy instructions on how you can build your cat "paw-some" homemade habitats."--Animal Behavior College Blog