How to Organize Your Cat-Friendly Home

5 tips for stress-free living with your cat and a new app to place bowls, scratching posts and litter boxes in the right places

 A million cats live in homes, but there is often some problem of “living together” with other family members or… with curtains and sofas! Here are some tips for living better.



  • Put the food bowl away from the one with the water. And keep it at a safe distance also from the litter box and from passage areas such as entrances and exits, cats need privacy and tranquility while they drink.
  • Keep the litter box in an area that the cat can easily reach. If you have more than one cat, put a litter box for each one.
  • The scratcher must be high enough for the cat to be able to reach full height: choose a scratcher that is also sturdy and place it near entrances/exits and close to resting areas close arrangement).
  • Allow the cat (where possible) to have free access to outdoor areas such as a balcony, courtyard, or garden and provide (always) different resting areas in different areas of the house.
  • Pay attention to “stressful” situations for the cat such as moving house, the arrival of another cat or the arrival of a baby, frequent guests at home, loud noises, retirement or cattery, etc. You can also help your cat with natural pheromone therapy.

Tags: cat-friendly home, decoration, environment, home decor, interior design, pet friendly

Author: Renata Kralevska


A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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