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Frisco 52-in Faux Fur Cat Tree & Condo

Frisco 52-in Faux Fur Cat Tree & Condo

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    Solved my cat scratching carpet problem!

    By Sunlo on Oct 18, 2020

    Big cat was tearing up my wall to wall. His sister took to the sisal scratching post immediately but my big guy had to be trained. Whenever I caught him scratching my carpet I would gently pick him up, put him on the scratch post and “help” him claw. Now he goes to the sisal on his own ( with lots of Big cat was tearing up my wall to wall. His sister took to the sisal scratching post immediately but my big guy had to be trained. Whenever I caught him scratching my carpet I would gently pick him up, put him on the scratch post and “help” him claw. Now he goes to the sisal on his own ( with lots of praise and an occasional treat to keep him motivated). The post is tall enough so he can get a good stretch. A small post I purchased elsewhere was useless. This cat tree is sturdy and has never tipped. A corner spot would be ideal but not necessary. Looks best against a wall. … more

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    Design Flaw

    By Mary on Oct 12, 2020

    My cat and my roommates cat both like this but... There are two design flaws I've noticed. First they include a piece to anchor the top ledge to your wall (only on the left side). But if the tree is pushed up flat against the wall, the ledge is at least an inch away from the wall, too far for the anchor My cat and my roommates cat both like this but... There are two design flaws I've noticed. First they include a piece to anchor the top ledge to your wall (only on the left side). But if the tree is pushed up flat against the wall, the ledge is at least an inch away from the wall, too far for the anchor to reach. The ledge is too small. If you want the tree in a corner or up against the right side against the wall, the ledge on the right sticks out at least an inch making it impossible to lay the tree flat on the wall. And the ledge can't be removed because it shares the hardware with the bottom scratching post, so the screw would stick out. My solution if anyone involved in the manufacturing of this is reading: make the second ledge smaller and the top ledge wider. Or include the proper hardware to take the second ledge off completely (a one sided screw), and to make the anchor reach the wall (a long metal piece or something like that). Buyers beware. Positives are it holds up well, and the fabric is super soft and easy to clean/de-fur. … more

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