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Here’s another cat-friendly DIY project from IKEA Hacker, this time using the Stolmen clothes storage system components to create a minimal and extremely functional cat climber.

For an otherwise unusable corner, this is a great cat tree setup using IKEA Stolman.

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Stolmen Cat Feeding Station / Cat Tree (IKEA Hackers » Hacks)

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DIY Hanging Basket Cat Perch

Create a Chic New Cat Perch for Your Kitty from a Hanging basket !

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Create a Cat Haven from Ikea Shelves

This is really cute... But it also might seal my fate as a crazy cat women.

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Unbelievable Cat-friendly House Design from Japan

Cool DIY cat tree - not sure John would ever let me do something like this but we have a lot of very big walls that it would look awesome on I think.

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Cat Shelves - About a $50 project including the bed at the top. 4 - $6 Ikea Lack shelves, 1 - $5 shelf at the top from Ikea I don't remember the name, 3 - $.50 shelf supports for top shelf, $20 dog bed from Petco, $2 industrial Velcro from craft store.