Kittywalk: A Fun and Safe Outdoor Enclosure for Your RV Adventure Cat

Many of our RV adventure cats just love the outdoors. While some enjoy looking at the outside from the safety of their indoor home-on-wheels, others want to be out exploring. We just don’t want them to get hurt or lost while they are outside. Kittywalk Systems has created sturdy, outdoor enclosures that help keep our adventure cats safe.

Kittywalk Deck & Patio

Solidly Built

The Kittywalk Deck and Patio portable enclosure is perfect for RV adventure cats. Made from rip-stop netting over solid steel wickets, you know your kitty will be safe. It is completely enclosed, including the bottom, and has two doors. The enclosure is weather-resistant and the netting openings are only about one inch square. Small openings mean that your kitty won’t be able to escape and most other critters won’t be able to get in, but your kitty can get tons of fresh air.

Team It Up

Another nice feature of the Kittywalk Deck and Patio enclosure is that it can be paired with other Kittywalk components like the Kabana, Penthouse, and Teepee, just to name a few. What fun your cat could have in a huge enclosure with different levels to climb!

The travel bag makes it easy to transport.

Portable

Kittywalk Deck and Patio is quite portable for the RVer to take out and pack up when setting up and breaking down camp. Its rails snap together very easily. We have the four foot model and it folds flat to be about two inches deep. The six foot model folds flat to be four and a half inches deep. Since we are using a demonstration model, we do not have a travel bag. However, the six foot model comes with one. Both models are 24 inches tall. These sizes are very important to us RVers who have limited storage space.

Recommended

Kittywalk Systems was awarded Best New Product in Pet Business magazine, as well as Cat Fancy in 2005. It is recommended by renowned cat therapist, author and columnist, Carole C. Wilbourn, and has been featured on Good Morning America by veterinarian Dr. Marty Becker, in Martha Stewart Living by Marc Marrone, and in the New York Times Home and Garden section by Jennifer Kingson.

Conclusion

If your kitty keeps telling you that he needs to go outside, you may just need to get one of these. You know he’ll be safe and he will thoroughly enjoy sniffing the fresh air and watching the world around him. You’ll have a happy kitty!

NOTE: Never leave your kitty unsupervised in the Kittywalk Deck and Patio enclosure.


Please share your opinion

  • Does your kitty like to go outside?
  • How well do you think this would work for RVers with adventure cats?

Let us know in the comments below!

 

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Jeannie Dees

Jeannie / Tires & Tails

Hi I'm Jeannie! I'm a full-time RVer with a life-long need for travel. I used to be an elementary school teacher and had a dog training business in Washington State. I have had numerous pets throughout my life, and love to travel with them. I currently have a dog and a cat who come with my husband and me on our traveling adventures.

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