Cat Trees Sold in Australia

| December 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Finding high quality, inexpensive cat climbing trees is hard enough as it is without having to worry about whether a business ships to your country at all or at least for a reasonable price. Amazon is great for cat supplies within the US but its shipping rates are a bit steep for those living in Australia. Because of this, we've taken the time to look for some great cat trees that can be found within the country and/or shipped to it.

  • Wayfair – specifically has a website for Australian customers and features many of its amazing cat scratch furniture on there. For example, check out this amazing Cat Castle Tree. If your budget's a bit lower than what's needed for that product, take a look at the smaller Multi Level Cat Scratching Poles Tree with Ladder.
  • CatsPlay – is able to deliver internationally, so having a cat tree shipped to Australia isn't a problem. Their shipping rates don't seem ridiculous either (surprisingly). Check out their Cat's Trapeze 3 Cushion Cat Tree if you're looking for cozy cat furniture in particular. Each level of this tree comes with a large, soft cushion that's perfect for relaxing.
  • Bowhouse – has a great selection of cat trees that can be ordered, as well as an actual store in New South Wales. They sell top brands like SmartCat and Hagen's Catit Design, and their prices are reasonable.
  • Sammy's Cat Poles – come in every size and color you can imagine. Some of the trees feature enclosed units for kittens to nap, while others are simple but elegant with a single cat perch.

As feline enthusiasts here at floppycats.com, we love to hear all about your cat. Has he done something particularly funny lately? Or maybe she's just acting in her normal, curious way since you bought a new cardboard cat scratcher? Regardless, you can send us pretty much any story you care to tell about your cat. Not every story needs to be humorous either; we also want to know about his latest veterinary visit or maybe how she reacted to being treated with ear drops for an ear mite problem. Basically, we're saying that we love all information related to cats and would be beyond ecstatic if you shared your cat tales with us, whether they cause us to laugh or to cry.

Our Ragdoll Cat Stories page provides a form to submit your name, cat's name, story, and title so that we can publish your experiences easily. We even give you the option of including a photo or YouTube clip of your cat that you think is relevant to the story. You do not have to own a Ragdoll in order to submit stories of your cat either because we want to hear about all kinds of floppy cats.

Now if you have a Ragdoll cat rather than a cat of a different breed, you should check out our Ragdoll of the Week guidelines. Basically, you could then have your cat featured on FloppyCats so that your story will be shared with fellow lovers of the Ragdoll breed.

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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