Who Said a Cat Tree Couldn’t Look Like an Actual Tree?

Post Published on December 14, 2013 | Last Updated on July 8, 2021 by Jenny

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. The company offers a variety of rustic, real cat climbing trees. For example, one of the many featured on the show was the 36” Red Cedar Cat Scratching Post and Nest. As you can tell from the title of the item, it is made entirely from eastern red cedar. In fact, the creators assure customers the product will still smell like cedar because it has not been sealed.

This cat scratching tree stands at about 3 ft. tall, and a wicker basket sits atop it for all your cat’s perching needs. Along the trunk of the tree are branches that have furry toys attached to them. If your cat is feeling playful, he can hop down and get his hunting urges out of the way. While their products are 100% natural, they do sand them down for smoother textures and to avoid any problems.

If you’ve been looking for unique cat furniture with a more rustic, wholesome feel, you ought to check out Anthony Cedar Cat Trees. They come highly rated and seem to have great detail put into each one. There are several different sizes, designs, and setups available too. Some feature platforms, while others simply allow you more branches to dangle feathers from. Prices start at about $79 for a red cedar cat scratchers and go up from there based on complexity of design.
One of a Kind 6 Foot 2 Inch Cedar Cat Tree (as seen on Martha Stewart Show)

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