One more picture of this ladder in Hallstadt, Austria.

Photo:
londonwesak2003.

Here's a link. to the old picture.
GREAT ONE! Switzerland.

Photo: Jared. Click to enlarge.
Hökarängen, Stockholm, Sweden.

The ladder match the brick wall fine.
I received one more mail:

Subject : A different sort of cat ladder ...

This ladder is in my next door neighbor's yard. Her cat, Miss Piggee, and the two babies discovered this ladder and decided it was the best place in the yard to play. It was fun to watch them out my window ... finally had to run and get the camera and take their photo.


Tacoma area of Washington state, USA.
Photo: Debi.
Another one from the cat-ladder-suburb-number-one, Årsta in Stockholm, Sweden.










I received a mail:

Hi! I just came across your site recently and decided to send you a picture(s) of the cat entrance we used to have at our house. The cat is no longer with us, and the entrance is too small for the dog, so it's closed now.

Unfortunately I don't have a picture that shows it well, but you can see where the cat goes in, the aluminum cover over the ventilation hole has been pried up, and a rubbery computer mouse pad hangs over the hole to keep the elements out.

It was a convenient spot, and perfect size for the cat. The cat came through the flap/hole into the bottom of the kitchen cabinet. There was a similar hole in the cabinet door where the cat could come into the kitchen. Whenever she felt like it. She used to bring us live mice...
cheers!
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The cat Tiger's ladder in Hjo, Sweden. Photo: SA. http://skyttenman.spaces.live.com/default.aspx

Midsommarkransen, Stockholm, Sweden.

Borgholm, Öland, Sweden.
Photo: Phenningsson
It ain't much, but it is a CAT LADDER!!

Bagarmossen, Stockholm, Sweden.
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