'Floating' Cat Furniture Turns Your Home Into a Feline Playground—Without Sacrificing Floor Space

Studio RYTE
Studio RYTE

It doesn't take much to keep most cats happy—they just need a few scratches behind their ears, a couple boxes to hide in, and something to climb. A new line of cat furniture from Studio RYTE allows you to provide your cat with the latter without cluttering your living space.

The Catssup collection includes many of the same features you'd find in a conventional cat tree. The modular system features felt-cushioned platforms, a scratchable climbing tower, and a hanging ball for swatting. What sets Catssup apart is that the separate elements can be clamped to shelves and furniture around your home, allowing your cat to cover more ground around your home while saving you precious floor space.

Studio RYTE

Most cat owners know that cats need to climb in order to feel comfortable in their home. Climbing provides them with a better view of their surroundings, giving them a sense of safety. It's also a way for them to expand their territory. Catssup's floating elements allow you to provide them with that opportunity without adding more furniture to your home.

Catssup is currently raising money on Kickstarter. You can reserve a product for a pledge of $89 or more, with shipping estimated for December of this year.

Thursday’s Best Amazon Deals Include Guitar Kits, Memory-Foam Pillows, and Smartwatches

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Amazon
As a recurring feature, our team combs the web and shares some amazing Amazon deals we’ve turned up. Here’s what caught our eye today, December 3. Mental Floss has affiliate relationships with certain retailers, including Amazon, and may receive a small percentage of any sale. But we only get commission on items you buy and don’t return, so we’re only happy if you’re happy. Good luck deal hunting!

Can You Find the Doe Hiding Among the Stags?

Can you spot the doe?
Can you spot the doe?
Dudolf

Gergely "Dudolf" Dudás has a way of turning simple images into mind-numbing puzzles. Look closely at his amazing illustrations of squirrels, snails, and rabbits, and you'll find an object that doesn't belong in each one. This new image from the artist features a doe hiding in a crowd of stags, and it may be one of his toughest brainteasers yet.

Dudolf

Most of Dudolf's hidden image puzzles pair items that look similar. In the image above, the only difference between the doe and the stags surrounding it is the lack of antlers. You may have to study a lot of deer heads before finding the animal that's out of place. If you're feeling impatient, you can check the solution at the bottom of the page.

Dudolf has released many brain teasers inspired by the holidays. Pictures he's illustrated in the past include a sheep hidden among Santas, a snowman among snowflakes, and a panda among snowmen.

Looking for more ways to challenge your brain? See if you can beat these tricky puzzles.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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