CATable desk designed for humans and cats


#1

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#2

My first thought was "Honey, the cat is stuck in the table again." but after looking at it: I envision multiples joining together in some sort of Cat/ant farm structure.


#3

The internet is complete for today smile


#4

does it come with a device to clean cat feces out of it? If so, is that implement strong enough to push dead cat carcases out of the table?


#5

I see anyone reaching for a drink or anything else getting shredded by a stealth ninja claw attack.


#6

Your cat shits on furniture?


#7

Fail!
Needs to have an integrated sitting box on the surface.


#8

I think that only one of our cats could pass through that desk without the need of assistance...


#9

LOVE that. Thanks for sharing. Also, how did my cat get in the box on your desk (on the left)? They are twins for sure.


#10

Not my desk -- something I saw and sent to the wife a while back as a proposal for organizing the critters (the one to the left is a spitting image of our giant male and the one to the right was an exact copy of my old girl...)


#11

Tablecat is watching you masticate.


#12

I suspect that most cats would ignore the table's tunnels and just sit on the laptop keyboard like usual.


#13

Yeah, that was my thought, too. My cats would be aghast and insulted by the very idea of poo going anywhere but the litter box.


#14

But hairballs would be deposited in the most remote location possible that still allows a bit of liquid to be channeled into your lap...


#15

Interior Design by Arkittects.


#16

Why would a cat shit where it hangs out? I take it you don't own cats.


#17

Yes. Hairballs might be a problem. And hair. HAIR EVERYWHERE. How easy would this be to clean?


#18

In my experience the best way to get a cat to completely ignore something is to purpose-build or buy it for them,


#19

Solution! Purpose build a functional keyboard for the cat to sit on!


#20

Psychology Cat sees through your reverse psychology. Zen Cat is impressed, however.