|Cover Material||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||—||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Synthetic Fabric, Plant Material, Sisal, Faux Fur, Plush|
|Furniture Frame Material||Plastic||Plastic||Wood||Plastic||Cardboard, Engineered Wood|
|Height Range||30 inches & under||30 inches & under||30 inches & under||30 inches & under||60 inches to 69 inches|
|Tools Included||No Tools Required||No Tools Required||Yes||No Tools Required||Yes|
|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||—||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||—|
|Furniture Mount Type||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing||Wall Mounted|
|Breed Size||—||—||Small Breeds||—||—|
|Furniture Features||—||—||—||—||Hanging Toys|
|Number Of Condos||—||—||—||—||1 condo|
|Fill And Frame Material||—||—||—||—||Plush / Fiberfill|
Our cat, a 12lb Black former barn cat, loves sitting by windows and in perches, but doesn't attempt to go higher than the second perch due to the hole sizing. She'll go down the holes if placing her on the top, and will stay for a while, but won't go up on her own. So may not be best for all cats but quality is nice and worth for your furbabies.
I live in a very small place but adjacent to nature... so much so that I can't let the girls out as they'll be instant coyote/hawk/owl food. I also am not a fan of cat trees because they are bulky, unstable, and get ruined with scratching. This product looked like the perfect solution, and it is! My window is a french door (a fixed side, doesn't open). I was concerned that the mullions would get in the way. There is just enough space created by the way the platforms attach to the suction cups to allow for the mullions. The distance between the platforms matches the mullions. The installation was easy. The hardest part is reducing the cat hair in the air so that hairs don't end up in the suction cup seals. I can tell that there are a few, but it's not affecting the strength. I have two girls: one is a good 12# and the other is maybe 8#. When it first arrived, it took a little coaxing with catnip, toys, and a favorite fuzzy blanket to get them to explore all the levels and use the holes. Now they are experts. My older/larger girl uses the bottom two and my younger/smaller girl will play at all levels. She loves to sit at the top and watch the birds. It does fold up if I need it to, but I haven't bothered. I've had it for more than a month of sometimes rough play with no signs of detaching. The size of the platforms are big enough for them to curl up without spilling into the hole.
This worked out great! It was pretty easy to put up. I wasn't sure that it would hold all three on the glass but so for. So good. Our 3 rescues love it! It is a little on the small side but it worked for these guys and girl.
My cats like it, several levels to choose from (though top is the favorite), sometimes they are both on it at the same time (but on different levels). It's sturdy, and the suction cups are holding strong, even in the sub-zero weather we had recently (our windows are dual-pane, but would likely hold up just as well for single pane as long as you follow all the suction cup prepping and mounting instructions provided). There wasn't any hook or clip or whatever to hold it closed/folded up for when I close my vertical blinds (every night), so my DIY solution is to hold it closed with a clothespin (photo, but hard to see because it's black on black). I put a treat on each level on the first day to get them to try it out, but they were pretty quick to get the hang of it. The fabric shelves can squeak a little when they get on it, but it is very strong, they can't break it.
My cat Kelly seems to love it, but I put it as a 4* because she bit it and he rope It is tearing