Cardboard playhouses puts pampered pets in architectural landmarks

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Poopy Cat's latest project puts a cat in the White House(Credit: Poopy Cat)

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Poopy Cat, the firm behind the Blocks cardboard pet playhouse kit we looked at last year, has unveiled its latest project. Landmarks features flatpack pet playhouses modeled on seven architectural classics, including the Sphinx of Giza, the White House, and the Kremlin.

Like Blocks, Landmarks should be easy to assemble, simply folding into place within a few minutes. Made from recycled cardboard, the playhouses look durable too, and should survive the attention of small dogs, cats, hamsters, and the like.

Pets looking to channel their inner Zen can doze in a South Asian Pagoda Temple, while power-hungry pets can choose between the White House or Kremlin, depending on their political outlook. The remaining projects are the Sphinx, Eiffel Tower, Taj Mahal, and a Mayan Temple.

Poopy Cat has launched a Kickstarter campaign to move Landmarks from prototype to product. You'll need to stump up at least €29 (US$33) to end up with a pet playhouse, assuming all goes well. Delivery is estimated as July 2016.

Check out the pitch video below for more information.

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