Cut a piece of wood to the length of the perch. You may want it to run the entire length of the window if you have more than one cat, or you can make it smaller. Be sure to use wood that is at least 2 feet wide so the cat can sit comfortably on the perch. Plywood, particle board or solid stock all make good chouces.
Mount a pair of shelving brackets under the windowsill. Shelving brackets come in a wide range of choices and installation may be different for each one. Follow the specific instructions that come with the type you purchase.
Place the piece of cut wood on top of the installed shelving brackets.
Place soft pillows or a cat bed on top of the wood. You may want to attach them with glue or double-sided tape to prevent them from falling off.
Things You Will Need
- Shelving brackets
- Cat bed
- If you don't own a saw to cut the wood, you can purchase pre-made shelf kits from most home-improvement stores.
- An alternative to placing the cat bedding on the wood is to cover the wood with carpet or foam padding.