I bought this as a replacement stand, after 10 years we had to get rid of her favorite stand. I was nervous to see if she would like it, she absolutely loves it (:
Received this today and there is not enough room on the middle shelf for even a small cat and mine is large to jump on it. The top shelf is just as bad very narrow. Would recommend for a kitten maybe. The bolts that stick out don't look nice and they would not be comfortable for any animal to sit on for long.
This cat tree is great. I’ve bought another tree from Frisco that was so wobbly. However, This is genuinely incredibly sturdy. The top shelf is a bit slim but it’s long, so my cat can lay down and chill by the window. It’s very solid and all the pieces came in good condition.
My guy likes it. However, it is top heavy, needs a heavier base, easily knocked over. The perch needs more padding and is a bit small for a larger cat.
It's really pretty and the faux fur is very soft. I think it would be a nice fit in any room as it's just the right size and height. It was easy to assemble and I absolutely love it! The only change I would make would be to make the top shelf just a tad longer in the front. My fat cat barely fits, but loves it just the same.
This is the third cat tree in this style I have purchased. This new one is exactly like the first one I purchased, and the second was the same style, but with a "busy box" for the upper step. To begin with, kindly ignore the reviews that say this is for small cats only - my monster kitty has no trouble stretching out on the upper platform, which is 10" x 17", not including the rails. It is a one-cat tree - the lower perches are steps to get to the top platform, and not intended to be sleep or play areas. My cat doesn't use the steps - he launches himself straight onto the top, and the tree is so stable that it doesn't even jiggle when my 20-pound beast lands on it like a cannonball. After having read the negative reviews, I think some people have a problem with the assembly. I have no trouble with it at all (and I am a 67-year-old blind woman), but this is my third purchase/assembly, so I am familiar with how the tree goes together. The trick is to tighten the small bolts - the ones with heads - as much as you can. If you just tighten them to "finger tight," you will have an unstable tree. The headless bolts also need to be tightened, but you would do this when you are installing the upper poles, and not when you are inserting them into the lower poles - just screw them in halfway and don't worry about getting them tight until you add the upper poles. I keep these trees for about 2 years, and replace them when my cat has scratched all the rope off the scratching posts. He likes the rope high up on the poles, by the way, and wouldn't use a scratching post that was too low to the ground; cats like to stretch when they scratch. The old trees go to a friend who has outdoor cats, and she gets another 3 or 4 years out of them because her cats don't use scratching posts, and she keeps the trees in her barn so she's not bothered by the fact that they are a little worn-looking after two years of heavy use. When my cat is finished with this tree, I will be looking for another one just like it.
Wouldn’t buy again. Prefer the carpet not this faux fur. The scratching rope is at the top?? Should be at the bottom.. levels are a little loose. Not bad enough to return it but again wouldn’t buy again. Also don’t like the exposed screws on top...
my cat likes the more cushy soft ones better,nicley coverd but no cushings
I am a HUGE fan of the Go Pet Club towers. The quality is the best I have found on the market. This tower was super easy to put together and the kittens love it. It is the perfect size "for now" =)
My cat lays on every level of this cat tree. I bought this to put in front of my new full view storm door. She just loves it!