I thought I was done with this project, but after living with the girl cave AC cabinet for the past few months I decided I didn’t like the blue I’d used to spray paint the laser-cut wooden door panels.
Not REAL grass, but it looks real *nods*. And it’s very soft on the feet. I love it much better than the ugly gravel! I found it on Amazon. It comes in tons of sizes but I decided to buy 2 of the 31/3 x 5″ pieces for $42 each. I LOVE IT!!!
About a year ago I spent a few weeks patching the back wall of our basement cage with Drylok hydraulic cement and painting on 2 coats of Drylok masonry waterproofer. It held up really well until this past March when we had two back to back major floods, once which left our basement under 4″ of water.
About 4 years ago I washed the green algae and moss off our plastic [came with the house] yard fence. The fence gives privacy to both back yards belonging to our condo building. It’s taken about 4 years for it to get gross again. I only cleaned our part… sorry Kathy! It took 2 hours of constant scrubbing with a sponge dipped in white vinegar and hot water, followed by hosing off each section as I went. It was exhausting, but it HAD to be done
Ever since building the catio in 2015, it hasn’t needed much care. Last summer I swapped out the chicken wire for welded wire and added a homemade sleeping box. The catio still looks great and has no structural damage, despite some carpenter bees spending an uncomfortable amount of time investigating it lately. But some of the staples had pulled out over the winter.
One of the items on my 2018 Projects list was to build a platform outside one of the dining room windows so the squirrels and birds would have a nice place to eat and so the cats could watch from inside. I actually built and installed the platform back in March but haven’t posted about it until now, which gave me time to take lots of action shots 🙂
I am ALISON, aka Nine Dark Moons. Welcome to my little corner of the world! I hope you will stay a while & read some stories about my DIY projects, my creative exploits, and the adorable animals that cross my path.