Cat furniture helps cats be happy

Whether providing the perfect bed for laying, shelter for hiding, perch for spying, post for scratching, or tree for climbing. A happy cat is a happy owner, but having access to the right furniture also makes life easier. Great furniture is not only durable and well-made, it complements the living space so that cat and owner can live together in ultimate harmony.

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Our Story

After an eye-opening trip to Colombia, we were shocked to see street cats treated as cruelly as common pests. In the eyes of these animals, we saw the same basic need expressed by our pets- now in the grim light of a daily, solitary fight for survival.

Unpacking this idea in the comfort of our home, we had no choice but to turn feline compassion into a life work and start Tuft + Paw. As first-time renters, we found that our choices for great cat furniture were limited, to say the least. We needed high-quality, consciously made designs that raised the bar above tacky big-box pet stores in many ways.

We sleep better at night knowing that our cats do too. And now, we’re connecting with humans who feel the same way.

Sustainability

At Tuft + Paw, nothing makes us happier than seeing a well-loved cat. For us, that means providing them with the best possible environment- one that also protects and enhances the beauty of our world. Our cats love comfort, and we love ethically made, modern designs.

We choose brands whose responsible designs also support cats. We do this by recognizing companies that take the same pride in the details of their craft as they do in the ethics of their materials and operations. Working with business owners who share our views keeps us inspired to find the best options for cats and their owners.

Compassion

Cats deserve to feel as safe in their environments as we do. We as humans have the power to make it happen. It’s our dream for every Tuft + Paw products to be a benchmark for the proper care and treatment of cats worldwide.

Every cat needs a home in order to live a long and happy life, and needs the help of a human every step of the way. We strongly support animal welfare in any way we can, and this means we advocate as hard as we can for no-kill cat shelters. There are 70 million stray cats in the U.S. at this moment. Of that population, turned feral not by choice, about 1.4 million are euthanized each year. Roughly five times as many animals are homeless as humans.