Post Published on December 15, 2020 | Last Updated on July 8, 2021 by Jenny
When Litterbox.com reached out to me to tell me that they were coming out with a new line of cat furniture – I got really excited because I have worked with them in the past – mostly through their sister company, Litter-Robot for a number of years.
I know the quality of the company and the quality of the customer service. Through the 12 years that I have been reviewing products, I have become increasingly picky about who I work with and why. I am also super picky about the products I will review. But I had faith this cat pyramid and their cat tower we reviewed last week, would be a quality product and it was.
Litter-Robot and Sauder furniture partnered together to create and bring this new line of cat furniture to the market.
The Litterbox.com A-frame cat pyramid tree has two climbing holes, a sisal scratch pad at the bottom, and soft felt pads, as well as a grand walnut finish and black metal frame.
It’s super good-looking and aesthetically pleasing to the eye. I really am not a fan of the carpeted traditional looking cat trees – they are really an eye sore for me, so I love these hip cat tree alternatives.
We got the Cat Pyramid and the Cat Tower at the same time – as you can see in our unboxing video below. I would say that the cats used the Cat Tower more often – however, that could have been for a number of factors – placement of the tower in the room, design of the tower, view from the tower vs. the pyramid and more.
I think if I had reviewed these two cat trees separately, then they would have loved them both the same.
Litterbox.com Cat Pyramid Dimensions and Assembly
This is a cat tree for large cats – it measures – 39.02”W x 17.24”D x 63.82”H – you can see from the photos in this post and the videos, that my large breed Ragdoll cat fit comfortably on this cat tree.
Assembly is required – so I show that in our unboxing video. This one was super easy to put together and very intuitive to put together.
All parts and hardware necessary for the build are included (excluding a No. 2 Phillips screwdriver, hammer, electric drill with 1/8″ or 3/8″ bit). I didn’t need an electric drill or a hammer – just a screwdriver was necessary and a little elbow grease plus man power =)
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Litterbox.com Cat Pyramid Unboxing Video
Litterbox.com Cat Pyramid Product Review Video
We received the Litterbox.com Cat Pyramid for review from the manufacturer and also asked that they pay a small review fee. Receiving the free product and the review fee did not influence this honest post.