Now Your Cat Can Climb On The Eiffel Tower And Other Landmarks

Kitties can visit (and possibly destroy) the most popular tourist attractions without ever leaving their homes.

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“Which monument can we destroy first?”
Cari Jorgensen

Face it. Your cat doesn’t want to play with a plain, old cardboard box you got with that Amazon order. OK, he probably does, but wouldn’t it be much more fun for him to play in a cardboard box constructed to look like a world landmark? They need artistic cardboard creations — they think they’re cool. Or at least we do.

Poopy Cat, a Dutch cat product company that aims to make its products disposable, biodegradable and fun, has taken that artistry to a monumental level. Seven monumental levels, to be exact.

1. The Sphynx

Cats love visiting famous cats; don’t they?

2. The Eiffel Tower

Cats want French monuments to climb on, since they’re not allowed access to the real one.

3. The White House

If they spend long enough in this landmark, pretty soon the kitties will be knocking over cardboard cutouts of the presidents.

4. The Kremlin

This one may be exclusively for Russian Blues.

5. The Taj Mahal

Because your cats need a mausoleum for all the “gifts” they bring you.

6. The Pagoda

Kitty will become a Zen Master by the time he’s done here. If you see him sitting up with his eyes closed, don’t worry. He’s meditating.

7. The Maya Temple

All cats deserve temples, right? At least they seem to demand them.

Poopy Cat’s Landmarks Project is currently being funded on Kickstarter. At press time, the company had reached $21,372 of its $33,851 goal. There are 21 days left in the campaign.

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  • We love this! Maybe some condos on the way for multiple cat homes?

    Nancy Hicks April 28, 2016 5:53 pm Reply
  • Are these available to purchase?

    deborah April 28, 2016 5:57 pm Reply
  • M cats are fine with amazon boxes. They are cute though

    Audrey Mantel April 28, 2016 8:49 pm Reply
  • Love them. What is the approximate price point?

    Bays Holdren April 29, 2016 9:10 pm Reply

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