We haven’t seen much evidence that our humans actually brought anything back for us from BlogPaws. But a couple of days ago Mom assembled the prize she won from the hauspanther Cat Style Lounge. They are these heavy-duty cardboard cubes from Catty Stacks. Giulietta was the first to check them out.


Catty Stacks


Giulietta is not a petite girl, but she still had plenty space to sit as well as lie down.

Lisbeth also was quick to check them out. Stop back by on Caturday to see her photo, which will be used to make our art submission for Athena and Marie’s Caturday Art Blog Hop.

Yesterday morning several of us decided to check out the cubes at the same time. Mauricio was on top and Astrid on the inside.


Catty Stacks


To get Astrid’s attention a wand toy from one of the BlogPaws swag bags was produced. All we have to say with regard to that is, “About time, you stingy humans!”


Catty Stacks


Giulietta, who usually is afraid of toys with feathers, even wanted in on the action.


Catty Stacks


As Astrid is a champion cardboard chewer and shredder, Mom is really impressed with the sturdiness of the Catty Stack cubes. They are made from industrial-strength corrugated UltraboardTM. The cubes are recyclable and made using vegetable-based ink. They are easy to assemble and fold flat to store.

Mom suspects the Catty Stacks should last a very long time and provide us with hours of fun.

Thanks BlogPaws and hauspanther Cat Style Lounge for the Catty Stacks.

Purrs and paw-pats, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo