|Project by Matt||posted 07-07-2015 04:08 PM||1246 views||1 time favorited||4 comments|
So it has been some time since I last posted a project. Most of this is due to my wife and I moving into a new house last September, and all my project time being spent on piddley things/projects that need to be done around the house that I don’t feel are worth posting. I have other projects that are incomplete and more interesting, but by order of the queen this one needed to be done this weekend.
Due to changing circumstances in the household, my cat was needing to transition to outdoor living. To keep her comfortable and sheltered from the elements, I needed build her a house. I used cedar fence posts (and scrap plywood) for materials along with ¾” foil-lined, foam insulation. No fancy joinery, just glue and nails/staples.
I’m pretty pleased with how it turned out, as is my wife. We will see if my cat thinks it was worth my time and effort. As those of you who have cats know, typically the enjoyment/appreciation experienced by the cat is inversely proportional to the time, effort or money spent on the item.
-- Molon Labe