Give your cat or kitten the perfect paradise to nap, scratch, jump and play with this multifunctional 3-tier cat tree.
Crafted from premium particle board with soft pet-friendly flannel covering, the stable cat tower is sturdy for long-term enjoyment.
- Stylish 3-tier cat tree for small to medium cats
- Constructed from thick solid particle board for durability and stability
- Soft and pet-friendly flannel covering for the maximum comfort
- Padded top viewing perch with raised edges for safety
- 2 retreat condo with open entrances for sleeping without disturbance
- Strong post wrapped with natural sisal ropes to withstand constant scratches
- Sisal-covered ramp board for easy access and scratching needs
Reinforced Supporting Tubes
High-density construction and superior durability ensure the comprehensive stability while your cats climbing and playing.
More Comfortable Design
A padded top viewing perch with raised edges for your adorable pets to sit safely and comfortably, enjoying the superior perspective.
Made of flannel and natural sisal .Flannel is soft and comfortable.The natural sisal covered posts sharpen their claws.
I particularly love how sturdy it is. I believe I could stand on it and it would hold my weight without any problem, so my 5# Siamese can do ANYTHING to it and I have the utmost confidence that this tree can take it and more.
Honestly, the only drawback at all was the directions. It was a single-sided page of drawings and tiny print. That being said, if you look at them along with the pics of the various angles on Amazon, it isn't hard to figure out.
I am most pleased with this purchase. I would purchase it again... and again... and again.
I want everyone to know, she is twelve pounds & she just fits on everything. If your cat is any bigger you will need to consider getting a larger cat tree.
My cat likes the hide box and the elevated platform to see out the window. Our chair is still the preference for sharping claws :-( but time will tell. Overall, it is sturdy for a single, smaller cat.
The instructions are pretty much just pictures but it's fairly easy to figure out. Pay attention to make sure you're attaching the pieces correctly. I was in a hurry and initially attached the hideaway box backwards on the lower pieces, luckily it was an easy fix. Overall, it probably took me about 30 mins to get it all assembled. My cat kept trying to jump in it before I was done so it's safe to say he likes it.
The fully assembled tower feels sturdy and like it should hold up well. Only time will tell.