This wonderful cat tree is built with solid wood and household carpeting for strength and durability. This is the purrfect tree that features 2 spacious round perches and a cat house and offers easy access to each level as well as having a durable natural sisal rope scratching post. If your kitty loves to climp and play but also likes to hide away and enjoy their privacy at times, this cat tree will be a great fit. This cat tree is proudly built in the USA with quality materials and will require minimal assembly of one post and no tools will be required.
Posted by Sondra Singer on 27th Nov 2018
I wanted to get a new cat condo for my 11 year old, 13 pound cat, so that there would be one at my house and one at my boyfriend's house for her. I'd looked on other sites, and actually saw New Cat Condos on another site for more cost. Since I wasn't getting answers to my questions, I did a search and found this actual site, and I'm glad I did!
This one was suggested by the company, when I told them what I was looking for. It's a new one for them. It has less depth in the beds (3" inside), just like her other condo so she can easily look out while lounging, but is wider for her to stretch out more. It is a bit taller, and has that nifty house on the bottom. It arrived yesterday. This new design is VERY easy to assemble. I was here when UPS arrived, so he dropped it in my hallway for me rather than leaving it on the porch. I was able to unpack it, and easily screw in the top perch. No tools needed. I'm just over 5 feet tall. If I can do it, almost anyone can! Great idea!
As soon as I had it put together and before I moved it to the window, Bast was already investigating it. She got on all perches, and went into the house 3 times. Since I moved it, she is completely ignoring the old one, which is right next to it, the one that smells like her and the cat we miss (Cleo died in June).
I am pleased. I almost can't get her off of it to sit on my lap! I love that these condos are American made. It's solid. My only suggestion would be to put the scratching post all the way to the bottom. It's probably going to be OK for Bast since she's a big cat, but for shorter cats or kittens, I'd suggest it start lower. Highly recommend the company and the cat condo!!!
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