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New York's Top Catio Service

Catios in New York for Cat Health

Cat Topia increases cat health by building outdoor cat enclosures, called catios. New York has cold winters, hot summers, and a vast landscape where wild animals like to hunt. House cats that are exposed to the outdoors in New York can limit their lifespan. By working with Cat Topia, you reduce cat homelessness and improve cat health.

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There is a reason why Cat Topia offers catio builders across New York. The reason:

  • Domesticated cats in New York are at risk when exposed to the outdoors. The weather can be cold in the winters, making it hard for outdoor cats to survive if lost, and wild animals lurk in the vast landscape. 

New York is a place we are proud to belong in because we are able to give cats a life they want through outdoor cat enclosures.

With Cat Topia you will get:

  • Design/Blueprints
  • Experienced and Local Catio Builders
  • A cat enclosure build able to withstand prey
  • Multiple cat perches to gain the best views.

Protecting House Cats

List of wild animals in New York that threaten cats 
  1. Coyote
  2. Fox
  3. Racoon
  4. Black Bear
  5. Bobcat
  6. Eagle
  7. Owls
  8. Hawks
  9. Dogs
  10. Lynx
  11. Cougar

Guaranteed Protection

New York Catio Pricing

  • $155-$285 per square foot
  • Minimal catio price is $6,000
  • Cat Topia has a wide range of catio add ons. If you decide to upgrade your catio, additional costs will be included. 

Catio Upgrades

  • Add additional cat shelfs
  • Lumber upgrades offered
    • Cedar
    • Redwood
  • Painting/Sealing
    • Choose a paint or stain color
  • Roofing Upgrades
    • metal roofing
    • shingle roofing
    • open roofing

Want to see more? Browse through our services page.

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Building Catios Across New York

  • Syracuse
  • Rochester
  • Buffalo
  • Albany
  • Poughkeepsie