Do you have a cat tree for your cat? Why or why not? If so, do you like it? Let’s discuss.
Check out this awesomely modern cat tree house from Switzerland!
When we adopted two Ragdoll cats, we had a problem finding new – and stylish – cat trees. So we made them!
Earlier this week we received the Hagen Vesper Cat Furniture V-Tower Cat Tower for review. Click here to watch the arrival video.
The Cat Power Tower is much more than a modern cat tree – it is like a cat power station. As you can see in the videos, it comes standard with three different platforms, a 32″ high scratching post fit with a carousel and a 27″ sisal scratching board.
Check out the Qcha. Qcha is made up of modular boxes that can be stacked and rotated.
One of the questions I get via email quite frequently is what kind of cat tree is good for a Ragdoll Cat. So, I decided to put together a post of cool cat trees that I am aware of. Would love reader input! Do you have a cool cat tree that your kitty adores?
There are a lot of cat trees out there that look modern and match several decors in cat owners’ homes, but many of these more sophisticated designs come in darker colors. L
Pet Tree Houses’ Lifelike Mature Large Cat Tree House is a bit different from these standard models in that an actual tree is actually part of the design and intertwines itself amongst the platforms of it.
Anthony Cedar Cat Trees have become quite the talk of the town lately, having been featured on the 36 Inch Red Cedar Cat Scratching Post and Nest (as seen on Martha Stewart Show)Martha Stewart Show.