Post Published on December 11, 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 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 Cat Tower (also sold on the Litter-Robot website) is a cubic design that includes three climbing holes, vegetable-dyed sisal scratch pads, soft felt pads, and a cat bed on the bottom level.
There are two colors available: White or Mystic Oak Woodgrain – we got the white one.
It’s made of primarily composite wood with metal sides and connections, as you can see in our unboxing and review videos included in this post.
Litterbox.com Cat Tower Dimensions and Assembly
This is a cat tree for large cats – it measures – 18.03”W x 17.2”D x 53.86”H – you can see from the photos in this post and the videos, that my large breed Ragdoll cat fit comfortably on this tree.
Assembly is required – so I show that in our unboxing video. This one I struggled to put together – so just know that it’s a bit of a challenge, but definitely worth it in the end
All parts and hardware necessary for the build (excluding a No. 2 Phillips screwdriver, hammer, electric drill with 1/8″ or 3/8″ bit). Assembled Weight: 53.2 lbs.
Free shipping to contiguous U.S.
No returns on open-box furniture
Best Modern Cat Tree: Litterbox.com Cat Tower Unboxing Video
Litterbox.com Cat Tower Product Review Video
We received the Litterbox.com Cat Tower 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.