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Modern Pet Living + Catissa

An article about Catissa at Modern Pet Living:

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Introducing Modern Pet Living Cat Lifestyle, featuring the futuristic, minimalistic and lavish Catissa cat furniture brand. Hailing from the beautiful country of Estonia, Catissa brings a unique European style to cat furniture that’s altogether sleek, modern and durable.

Not only will Catissa products give your home a modern artistic feel, but they will also give your cats an added comfort and joy within your home. Catissa products are easily assembled in a “do-it-yourself” (DIY) style, which gives you the freedom and artistic capability to create and place the furniture how you best see fit. It’s not unlike all of those IKEA furniture pieces you own 😉 (don’t worry, us too)

The stylish and modern Catissa Cat House & Tower is the ultimate DIY cat furniture product. The Cat House & Tower features four stories of sturdy Estonian pinewood modules and comfy cushioned Polish sheepskins or cruelty-free faux furs (Modern Pet Living’s recommendation). The unit can easily be mounted on most household walls and is designed to easily allow your cat to climb, play and sleep luxuriously.

When we say luxurious, we mean luxurious. In 2015, Catissa won a Design&Design award for product packaging and design of it’s beautiful Pet Geobed. The Catissa Geobed is not only stylish, but it’s design is portable and comes with a cozy sheepskin or faux fur cushion. The Geobed accommodates all breeds of cat and even some small dogs!

Catissa stands by their design and craftsmanship, making handmade and DIY cat lifestyle products with only the finest European materials. Never mass producing nor testing materials or products on animals.

Keep you cats cool and your home stylish with Catissa

First Floor 17. Purrr-fectly snug

Purrr-fectly snug: the Estonian company Catissa has designed unusual furniture for one of the world’s favourite pets – cats. With its new product `Geobed ‘, Catissa proves once again that small animal accessories do not necessarily need to be hidden away in a dark corner, but can function as an eye-catcher when tastefully arranged in a room. Spacing fixtures connect 15 thin, birch triangles to produce an icosahedron measuring approximately 54 by 48 centimetres. A number of colour combinations (natural birch, with one side painted white or black) are available that can be selected to harmonise with the respective interior.

Your Cat Magazine. Catissa Geobed

The Geobed, from Estonia-based furniture designer Catissa, is a cosy. stylish and easy-to-assemble place for your feline friend to snooze. Suitable for all breeds. The Geobed is made from birch plywood, available in natural (pictured), black or white. It measures 54cm x 54cm x 48cm and comes complete with natural sheepskin to keep your cat extra snug.

Catissa Geobed in Pets International

Ilshat is an industrial and product designer and proud cat owner from Estonia. He designed the Catissa Geobed. As indicated by his company slogan, this design can be categorised as ‘cool stuff for cats’. He tells me about his first project for cats, the four- storey cat house Catissa.
“It was a generally successful project, Continue reading

Helg Magazine. Klätterglädje för familjens kisse

Klätterglädje för familjens kisse.

KATTFINT
Lekfullt för katten och som en installation på väggen. Katt-trädet med små hus görs i estländska Tallinn av företaget Catissa.

– Våra katthus ska gärna monteras nära taket, då inkräktar det inte på boendeytan för människorna och katten får en perfekt överblick över rummet, säger llshat Garipov, som jobbar på företaget. Han säger att husen är tänkta som en fristad för katten och perfekt när den vill komma undan hundar och barn i hushållet.
Katthusen, som finns i både naturfärgat, vitlaserat och färggladare kulör, byggs av ekologiskt material.
Ilshat Garipov från Catissa tipsar också om attlägga in en liten kudde av fårskinn på varje våning för extra katt-trivsel. Ett hus kostar strax under 3 000 kronor.

Mari Gustafsson