Six-toed cats lived along the coastline of their lands in elevated structures, with multiple tiers, made of their local cat wood. The highest tiers were reserved for what I can only guess were the top cats, or leaders. Lower tiers housed their string instruments, spices, riches, fishing tackle or ornamental clothing.
Cats jumped and climbed ropes to and from the different tiers and structures. They were built his way for their own comfort, as well as defense. Wolves rarely raided the cat lands as the valuables were stored much too high.
They loved their elevated perches and other than fishing, and sailing for the purposes of trade. They didn’t like to leave their homes.
You can read more about the cats here.