Cats are fickle creatures, but you should not have to sacrifice some sense of style to accommodate them – at least not when they will be pur-fectly happy in something that fits your aesthetic and their functional needs.

Hence the Cathouse by Leo Kempf, with a sheltered front stoop of scratch-friendly cardboard and a second floor with a sheepskin rug and removable plexiglass front window.

The interior (accessible via a discretely-hidden rear ramp) even has its own oddly adorable decor – miniature cat-portrait paintings to adorn the wood-grained walls – all within a neat and tidy Modernist white box.