> This is taking so amazingly long. ?But here are some new pics, and the guy
> promises it will be finished by the weekend. ?We'll see. ?I keep hearing
> that from him.
> Door installedhttp://www.moonsgarden.com/
> Some screen installedhttp://www.moonsgarden.com/
> Bottom viewhttp://www.moonsgarden.com/
> Some of the roof screen installedhttp://www.moonsgarden.com/
It's going to be awesome, Cheryl. And IMO it's a great investment
for the cats. They're going to really enjoy it -- I"m gonna stick my
neck out here and predict that they'll even love it during the less-
ideal weather. Jamie's did.
I can see you've improved on what we did re: using mesh screen. That's
what we started out buying, and the salesman talked us into a "pet
screen" made specifically for pet enclosures. It had little rectangles
about 1.5 inches
tall and a couple inches wide. The sales pitch was that it was steel
covered in a ***-type substance, very durable for a climber. It was
all that, all right, but it was large enough for small birds to get
through it. :-(
I thought the most fun thing about the whole endeaver was "furnishing"
it. We found a dead tree whose size and branches were ideal for
climbing. They loved it. We nailed a series of shelves for "lookouts"
and 2x6's for
"catwalks." Lastly a carpeted ramp that led up to the catwalks.
Scratching posts, beds, and all. I was really sad for the cats when
they sold the house and bought into an addition with a Neighborhood
organization which said "no, no" when she asked permission of the
Board to enclose the patio on the new house. Did not make sense to me,
because of the privacy fence you wouldn't even be able to see it.
Anyhoo, I am rambling -- but am very e***d for Shamrock, Rhett, et
al. I'd love to see some pics when they
get to move in.