There is a sideboard under the window which they hid under when they first came, but now they climb on top and look out of the window. I have made a ramp up to the shelves on the left so they can go up there. The beds are two boxes on top of a bit of carpet I had.
Over the door frame I have fixed up four wire panels which hang on hooks, and can be easily removed for access. This means they can have the door open and wont feel like they are in prison, and I can pop through often as it's right outside the back door.
This is the view from outside, I have some paste tables standing on their ends against the cupboards, which make a convenient ladder to get up onto the top. The sun streams through the window in the morning.
The three of us, me, Sue, and Janet, three cat loving friends, are taking steps to find new homes for these two, plus three kittens and a cat that Sue has in her chalets. Janet is putting a notice in the shop window asking for loving people to come forward. We wont split Tiger and Lilly up, they have to stay together. I'll let you know what happens.