Compact & Cozy Cat Tree

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Kittywalk Cozy ClimberThe Kittywalk Cozy Climber… name says it all, don’t you think? This is one the cat climbers that uses a mesh material, allowing your cat to grasp hold of it. The climber is able to reach 64” high so that means quite a bit of lounging space or just enough depending on how far you take your love for felines. There are five levels for cats to play in and a privacy room at the very top of it too. Each level includes two holes so your cat won’t have any issues getting in and out.

You can mount this mini cat gym against a door without too many problems. The mesh it’s made from is tough and textured to appeal to your cat’s senses. At its full height, it stands at 5 feet tall. When you fold it down, it’s 22 inches wide and 13 inches deep. This is why the Kittywalk Cozy Climber comes with a travel bag that you can store it in. An awning comes with the package but can be removed according to your preference. The one downside to this cool pet product is that there is some assembly required so you’ll want to get your tool set nice and ready.

Typical cat climbing trees are lacking in proper cushioning. With the mesh Kittywalk Cozy Climber, they actually include cushions. The top privacy level features a fleece cushion.

Did you know the owners of the Kittywalk Company have Ragdoll Cats?  Do you own one of these?  How do your cats like it?

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  1. I have the version sold by Walmart. I’m not sure of the brand. My cats don’t care for it as it wiggles when they get in and probably don’t feel secure. If I pick up my ragdoll and put him in it he will stay for a bit but seems scared when it comes time to get down. I only paid $10 as the one I purchased was on clearance. I don’t think it’s worth more than that though.

  2. Just a little warning about mesh and cats. About 10 years ago we had a green mesh outdoor tunnel/tower combo. It was great! Kittehs loved it and they were safe (or so we thought) when they were in the back yard with me. I was never far away when they were in it, but one day I did go to the barn to grab something. For the 2 minute trip out and back they were unsupervised. Big mistake. I knew something was wrong immediately and ran back as quick as I could. Crow Warrior had gotten one of his back claws caught in the netting. He panicked and was making it worse by spinning around trying to get free. I tried to get him loose, but it was my worst nightmare, I could not free him and he was in pain. I screamed for my husband who was in the house and he came running. Told him to get some scissors. It took several minutes even cut him out of it. I was in the tunnel with him, holding him and trying to keep him calm, while Bill carefully cut the netting off of his nail. All the time, Crow had his teeth locked on my arm from fear and pain. God was watching over us that day, as always, and all he ended up suffering was a pulled muscle in his rear leg. Needless to say, that very expensive and really cool outdoor enclosure was thrown in the trash!

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