What do you do when your friends are getting married, have seven cats, and a new house that they bought together? You hatch a plan to help them build a kitty "superhighway."

At least that's what one person did and, let's just say, it's pretty purrfect...

This is how one of the walls in her friends’ house looked before they started the project. 

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After discussing some ideas with the couple, they agreed that it would be best to create a kitty “super highway" so that the cats could travel all the way from one end of the house to the other.

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This would give the cats multiple points of access so they never felt stuck or cornered.

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This was important, as both of the partners were bringing their own cats to the relationship, and they would be meeting for the first time. 

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So where to start? Beginning at the southeast end of the house, she installed a 12-inch x 6-foot window perch.

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From there, Mountain Cat Climber shelves were installed 24-inches apart leading up to the southeast corner of the room.

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 She also created custom shelves to allow access over the sliding glass door.

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Once the cats reached the other side of the sliding glass door, they were greeted by a custom 6-foot cat tree.

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From the cat three, they can easily step onto the catwalk which extends approximately 16 feet from the west to the central post.

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When the cats reach the central post they can choose to take the steps down to the floor, or continue around the post to the second catwalk on the other side.

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She also added even more shelves so the cats could go north along the west wall and access the second floor.

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And for the wall just below the second-floor railing, she created something a little bit special. 

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That would be a wall of cat shelves that look something like leaves growing off branches.

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The "leaf wall" gives the cats multiple perching spots, and they can even access the staircase from there.

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And what is a cat haven without a mounted scratching post?

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They were able to use wood that complemented the existing wood in the home, so it all looks totally seamless. 

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So how long did all of this take?

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About three months...

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I think they approve!

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