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Neko Jinja Shinto Shrine Cat House

Unique cardboard pet furniture

US$ 115

The Neko Jinja Shinto Shrine Cat House combines three great things about Japan: love of cats, paper craftsmanship, and the native animistic faith that is Shinto (the Way of the Gods). Your feline friend will adore this strikingly original house of it to snuggle up inside, built in the shape of a Shinto shrine. It's made from sturdy cardboard, meaning it is environmentally friendly and not heavy. A viral hit when it originally launched as a crowdfunding campaign, this unique item is now available for cats across the world. Let's be honest, your cat maybe already thinks of itself as the god of your household. Now you can give your pet the shrine it deserves with this Shinto-inspired item, which features numerous details replicating the look of a Japanese shrine (from the sliding doors to roof tiles, bell and cord for offering payers, collection box, and zigzagging paper wards). The materials are strong enough to support even more than one cat climbing on the roof.

Neko Jinja Shinto Shrine Cat House

Neko Jinja Shinto Shrine Cat House

Neko Jinja Shinto Shrine Cat House

Neko Jinja Shinto Shrine Cat House

Neko Jinja Shinto Shrine Cat House

Neko Jinja Shinto Shrine Cat House

Neko Jinja Shinto Shrine Cat House

Neko Jinja Shinto Shrine Cat House

The Neko Jinja Shinto Shrine Cat House features:

  • Cat furniture in the shape/design of a Shinto shrine
  • Self-assembly
  • Assembly time: approx. 30 minutes
  • After assembling, place the house over your own cushion, scratching pad, or litter tray
  • House has no floor
  • Dimensions (assembled): 58 x 64 x 48 cm (23 x 25 x 19")
  • Weight: approx. 1 kg (2.2 lbs)
  • Instructions: Japanese
  • Made in Japan
US$ 115

US$ 115