The Cat Pavilion

I started this in May and it was unfortunately delayed by many things.  Its partially completed.  Just needs the roof sheathing and shingles, screening and an outside door.

Stevie approves.

BTW,  in case you wonder why the steel hurricane ties and such:

02/06/2008 0129 am

Lexington, Fayette County.

Thunderstorm wind damage, reported by NWS storm survey.

            An NWS storm survey team found straight-line wind damage
            across urban Lexington. This occurred roughly between 129
            am EST and 139 am EST. Most damage was from 50-60 mph
            with two concentrated areas just west and just east of
            downtown with Max wind speeds of 75 mph. Extensive
            powerline and tree damage occurred west of town where a
            house was destroyed from an uprooted tree. Further east
            ample damage occured to a tire store and a hardees and
            the Bluegrass antique mall. Trailers were also flipped.

Yes we live near downtown.

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6 Responses to The Cat Pavilion

  1. mariser says:

    teh felis silvestris enclosure.the wee beasties ❤ their pavillion. so do I.

  2. Lurkertype says:

    will be fabulous for beasts and humans alike in the summer, esp. at night.

  3. Lord Kalvan says:

    I believe you are right. Still trying to finalize the details. Where the lattice is will be a door. Now what type of roof. I originally planning a shingle roof but Mariser likes the translucent look of the temporary roof. So shingles or fiberglass panels. And yes, there was no written plans and hence nor permits….

  4. Valerae says:

    That's lovely. I'd learn how to purr and walk on all fours for access to a sweet pad like that!

  5. Lauri says:

    Val you are soooooo weird!!!

  6. what a great thing to go for your cats.

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