|Cover Material||Synthetic Fabric, Plant Material, Sisal, Faux Fur||Synthetic Fabric, Plant Material, Sisal, Faux Fur||Synthetic Fabric, Plant Material, Sisal, Faux Fur||Synthetic Fabric, Plant Material, Sisal, Faux Fur||Synthetic Fabric, Plant Material, Sisal, Faux Fur|
|Furniture Features||Hanging Toys, Condo, Anchoring Kit Included||Hanging Toys, Condo, Anchoring Kit Included||Hanging Toys, Condo||Removable Bed, Hanging Toys, Condo, Anchoring Kit Included||Hanging Toys, Condo|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood, Engineered Wood||Wood, Engineered Wood||Wood, Engineered Wood||Wood, Engineered Wood||Wood, Engineered Wood|
|Height Range||31 inches to 59 inches||31 inches to 59 inches||31 inches to 59 inches||31 inches to 59 inches||31 inches to 59 inches|
|Number Of Condos||1 condo||1 condo||1 condo||1 condo||1 condo|
|Furniture Mount Type||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing|
My cat isn't quite a chonker but she's not tiny I suppose. She's been 12lbs at her heaviest (we're doing better these days at around 10lbs). I was reading through several reviews on other cat trees that mentioned weight limits and I'd seen a few videos online where these things were wiggly or they straight up failed the cat. While funny I'm not sure mine would recover from the trauma. This thing is solid!! It is bolted together from every angle, but it doesn't have so many parts that it's too difficult to assemble. I've had it a couple weeks now and it's still standing strong. I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for something to amuse their cats that is "apartment-sized" and well-made.
The condo part of this has fabric walls. I'm used to cat trees that are bit more sturdy. It's been in use 13 days and there are holes in the cubby fabric because the cats can't help themselves to tear it up. I understand it's a cost savings in manufacturing and shipping, but it's lame for real world use. Only two cats are using this tree and I'm skeptical that the materials are going to last 6 months. They love the scratching sisal part, and the hanging rope - but they use it a lot so I wish I would have upgraded to something a bit sturdier.
my cat likes this tree.. she does not use the hole or scratching board to climb up or down, it looks too small for that though that was my intention since she is a senior cat and doesnt jump from high up anymore. The second level isnt that far off the ground its sofa level.. she uses all the levels and perches to get herself up and down though.. and it has NOT toppled over during her HIIT (zoomies). shes reenergized and reinvigorated and it was a worth the PITA to put it together. installing: The screws all look the same and arent separated by size... lots of trial and error and took a few hours for me
Less than 24 hours in our house so far but our two 8 week old kittens are in love with this cat tree. The levels are the perfect height and distance where they can reach without slipping and it gives them exercise. They love running up the poles. They love the dangling toys off the ledges. They love sleeping on the ledges. Very very satisfied with our order
My kitty loves the tree for watching out the window, for sleeping and trying to kill the mouse. My only concern is the hole in the first shelf is right in the middle. I would prefer it a little off to the side, making it easier for my kitty to jump on and get to the higher spots. All in all I'm happy with the purchase.
The big cats love to lounge on it, the kitten loves to jump on all levels and play with the mouse and scratch the poles. Sturdy, easy to assemble. Will buy another one when I move! Can't believe this doesn't cost double, honestly. I've gotten flimsier ones for double the price. This one is perfect!
My cat loves this tree! She climbs it and plays with the attached mouse. Setup was pretty easy and it's relatively stable. We put a weight underneath it just in case, but I don't think it's necessary.
I will have had this cat tree for a year next month, it was great in the beginning however at this point both the ball and the mouse attached to it has fallen off. The top perch is also becoming a little shaky. Great product, however for your money you will not get that long out of it.
First of all, I was hesitant to buy this particular modelbecause of the carpet at the top of the scratching post. That in fact is poor design as it gets ripped up quickly. Come on folks, you think the cat is gonna stay on the sisal? OK. That is not nearly as bad as the perch falling over and breaking off completely. My cats have never done this to any other tree so I can only blame the product. I know how to put them togehter, have been doing so for years. While it is cute and compact, it's now pretty much garbage as there is broken particle board sticking up out of the carpeted cubby. Avoid ythis model. In the picture it seems to be leaning because it is propped up against the window for the photo.
I love the way this looks now it's put together. That said, I assembled 2 large cat trees in the days before this arrived with no difficulty. This one was awful. Directions were decent, but just the way this is designed is a nightmare for getting those bolts where they belong. The little cave part alone took 40 minutes due to difficulty fitting the supports in there. They should've been 1/8 inch shorter. The brackets holding the scratching ramp are all but impossible to get in there to attach/tighten without standing on your head. The furry fabric sheds all over!! I took a lint roller to it, and its still coming off! Not sure if I can find a way around that. Certainly don't want cat swallowing that fuzz!! I thought at first it was from the cut edges that should've been sealed under the sisal rope, but it's all over. Looks decent 2.5 hours later. Seems stable. Wouldn't recommend it though.