I knew these would be a hit because cats love to sit where they can see everything. No doubt, Rags, would have loved these.
The only obstacle I found with these perches was where to install them. Although, they are very easy to install because they come with a template that helps you measure and figure out where to place them, there were so many places in my house where I wanted to put them! Of course, you have to make sure that you install them into studs, so they are safely secured. I finally figured out that the living room would be the best place. After all, they do look like fancy shelves. In fact, my brother came over with his son last week and asked me what I was going to put on them – he thought they were regular shelves. I told him that they were for the cats, and he replied, “Oh, I should have known.”
They are stylish and sophisticated and are a compliment to any modern décor. They are made of eco-friendly materials with a real wood veneer and dark zebra wood engineered finish. They also have a durable wool felt padded top for your pets comfort.
If you live in an apartment or in small house, these perches really are the perfect solution for your small space because they mount easily to the wall and provide a lookout and lounge for your kitties.
Price Large: $149.95 each
Price Small: $99.95 each
You can also buy them on Amazon:
- Urban Pet Haus Wave Wall Mounted Cat Perch, Large $130.00 + $38.00 shipping
- Urban Pet Haus Wave Wall Mounted Cat Perch, Small $90.00 + $18.00 shipping
You’ll definitely want to consider getting more than one so that your kitties have different levels to jump to and from.
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About the Author (Author Profile)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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