On the Catio Tour, you'll meet cat loving homeowners, see a variety of inspiring catios, and gain access to valuable resources to enrich the life of your cat.

Event hosted by:

"Providing cats with outdoor access in enclosures ensures we are good cat owners and good neighbors.  It means being responsible for wildlife, responsible for community space and responsible for the safety of our cats."

-Jennifer Hillman, 

The Humane Society of the United States


Catio Tour Seattle is a self-guided tour of local "catios" - outdoor cat patios - designed to protect cats from predators and a variety of outdoor hazards. Catios provide enrichment including fresh air, exercise, bird watching and the stimulation of the natural world.  By providing a safe and secure environment, cat guardians can enjoy peace of mind and protect local birds and wildlife. 

  Saturday, July 28, 2018 

 Noon - 4pm

Thank you to the 2018 Catio Tour Seattle sponsors:

​​Cost: $10 per personRegistered attendees will be emailed a Catio Tour Guide Book with addresses and detailed information about each of the ten catios on the tour. Attendees may start their tour at any of the ten catios and visit any or all of the catios in any order they wish. Check-in will begin at 11:30am, but the catios will not be available for viewing until 12:00pm.

All attendees must bring proof of registration to their first catio, and there will be no walk-up registrations accepted. Online registration will remain open until the start of the tour!

Some lucky cats are hosting the open house of the year - and you're invited!

Unable to attend this year's Catio Tour, or just want to win great prizes for your cat? Click here to enter a drawing to win a cat goodie basket!

NOTE: Due to a large number of people that participate in Catio Tour each year, we are unable to process refunds should your plans change and you are unable to attend. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your support!

​All proceeds benefit PAWS’ life-saving work and help us rehabilitate injured and orphaned wildlife, find cats and dogs their forever homes, and educate people about compassion for animals.