Wow! This must be the best week so far in terms of incoming mail. Here is another with both photos and video!

Hi Jimmy,

Here is the cat ladder I built for Sprocket. We live on the top floor of the house and it is 20ft down. No easy way for kitty to make it down! Until now! We came up with an idea with what we have seen on your website and here is the finished product.

Lee H, White Rock, BC, Canada


A small cat ladder saw few days ago in Chur-Coire-Coira (GR, Switzerland)

Best swiss regards,

I love all mail with pictures of cat-ladders, but sometimes they are a little axtra! Like this one from Bobbie who write:

I do believe that is a cat ladder at the side window. Thought you'd like to see this. Bobbie in Portland, Oregon I enjoy your blog!

// Bobbie

1938. Eutawville vicinity. Berkeley County, South Carolina Low Country. "Cabin at Eutaw Plantation. Main building dates to 1808. Built by Wm. Henry Sinkler, son of indigo planting family. Descendants still live there." 8x10 inch acetate negative by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

You can actually buy this picture. Do it here. I will do it, I think :)

Begin this summer I made this cat ladder for our cats Nikki and Puck (looking down from the edge). The red one is our neighbour's cat, checking out the ladder;)

Kind regards,

Bas, The Netherlands.

Check out this new product! Although it is no cat-ladder, but it's a Fence Buddy. A small shelf for your cat, as you can easily hang over your garden fence! More information here.

Photo: Lizzienoel82.