Fictional Cats’ Dream Homes

Posted by Sandra Woolf

The hierarchy in most homes goes like this: man in the bed, dog in the doghouse, and the cat sleeps wherever. Now where's the fairness in that? Cats deserve a special place to call their own, especially these fictional felines. The wait is over, furry friends!


Crookshanks – Harry Potter

Now what British cat wouldn't love a charming seaside cottage? Crookshanks could live out his days eating the freshest seafood. Defeating He Who Must Not Be Named is hard work, you know? This is one ginger cat that will be enjoying his evil wizard-free retirement.


Church – Pet Sematary

This island getaway is perfect! Totally isolated, which means no traffic. We all know how much Church hates cars. Almost as much as he hates cursed burial grounds. You won't find any of those on this lovely island built for a King.


Greebo – Discworld

This next house will make Greebo the cat feels right at home! Any witches familiar would love to call this spooky cottage home. It's almost as if this dwelling was plucked right out of a story. Add a dash of newt and a pinch of wart and BAM, you’ve got a forever home. Or should we say furever home?


Mister – The Dresden Files

Apartment living suits Mister just fine. That's why this cozy brownstone in the heart of Chicago is ideal. Living with a wizard detective can be stressful. There are explosions, monster attacks, and even spirit possession! A cat needs a warm fireplace to lay down and unwind at the end of the day.


Tailchaser – Tailchaser's Song

Those other cats can have their big city houses. All Tailchaser requires is a nice home nestled in the woods. Here he is free to explore nature and even feel a little feral. But there's still a warm bed and a bowl of food waiting for him. This home is perfect for any adventurous feline.

Sandra Woolf

Sandra Woolf

Sandra Woolf lives in the PNW where she haunts bookshops and library sales. Freelancer by day, horror movie lover by night. Writing inquires can go to what lovely books at gmail or just to ask her how her hairy is so bouncy.