Quirky cat shelters have become all the rage in recent years, with many organizations designing them to help stray and homeless cats. However, few efforts have been as eye-catching and prolific as those of the Architects for Animals Giving Shelter event, which is designed to raise funds for FixNation, a Los Angeles-based charity that works to neuter and spray homeless cats in order to humanely reduce their populations.
This collection of cat shelters includes such creations as the Cat-a-Tete, which adopts an S-shape that encourages cats to interact. Other offerings including the brilliantly designed and named Lunar Cat Lander, which features a rather space-inspired design.
Ultimately, these feline shelters are both works of creative design as well as objects of good designed to give homeless cats a place to dwell.