Wow, that looks great. Do you want to come to Ohio and help me build my enclosure for our rescued bobcat? Now that the weather is finally starting to get warm, I say starting because we are due to get some heavy wet snow...again, I am hoping to get going on my enclosure.
Thanks guys, it is raining today, we have thunder lightning, wind- so far it has stayed up! lol
We went yesterday to a farm irrigation factory and purchased a section of black irrigation tube- 14" in diameter. These will be the tunnels leading from the enclosure to the house, mounted off the ground for the cats to travel and not get wet. I wanted to get them early so that we can lay them around for the cats to get comfortable with before using them for access tunnels.
That's a great idea for the tunnel. Once we used a mail box for our tunnel to one we made. It was great because you could close it off with the door.That's gonna be a huge space. Wish I could get my hubby to build one that big.
MA - it looks fabulous! Here's hoping there's no rain today (Rain, Rain, Go Away, come again some other day!).
As you may recall, our cats LOVED tubes! Ours weren't outside, so we used the thick cardboard ones used for forming pillars. We purchased carpet remnants and used duct tape to attach strips of carpet inside the tubes so the cats could easily climb up and down. Maybe more tubes could easily be used as ramps to different levels within the enclosure.
The "Miller Gang" are a very fortunate lot indeed - and it looks like they'll soon be moving into a new level of cat heaven!