On2Pets 60-in Large Round Modern Cat Tree
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- This innovative cat tree satisfies your kitty’s natural instinct to remain high and hidden—a kitty paradise for your favorite feline!
- 3 separate perches and a silk-leaf canopy give your cat places to hide, relax and peer out at the world.
- Easy to assemble, this kitty perch can be up and running in less than 10 minutes—no tools needed!
- All of the materials used in this tree are non-toxic and purr-fectly safe for your kitty.
- Designed for feline friends up to 32 pounds in weight.
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174 Customer Reviews
ugly and falls apart
When I first went to set this up, the thing that screws the first rod into the base was loose. Couldn’t be fixed. Chewy was wonderful as always and sent me a new one. I got that one put together and realized how ugly it was. I figured whatever, my cat likes it so that’s what matters. But now that we have had it for a few weeks, I can’t get the leaves to stay in. I’m not sure if my cat is ripping them out or if they are just falling out when he climbs the tree. Every single day I have to put at least one branch back in. Perhaps it’s time to try super gluing? I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone, no matter how much my cat likes it.
What you see is what you get
Everything looks and seems as described. It is not wobbly as other reviewers have commented, I was sure to follow the instructions to a T while putting this together and had 0 issues with wobbliness. I do agree with the fact that the leaves fall out of the plastic holders incredibly easy. If put in a catio, a strong gust would leave your branches on the ground. I'll be glueing them in when I get a moment to do so. The leaves also came all mussed up, partially backwards on the branches, folding over themselves, and generally pretty wonky. They'll need some work to get looking less stupid after I glue these betches in.
You are going to have to glue the leaves now
I have returned this cat tree since the new design is about interchangeable leaves. I have one of the previous types where the leaves are not interchangeable and I love it so much I wanted another one. To my disappointment there is a new design. As others have stated the leaves fall out with the wind, with the cat movement and it just sucks.
Rods don't fit
I'm giving 2 stars because my cats really like this tree. It was fairly easy to put together, but the rods do not screw into the platforms properly which makes the tree very wobbly....quality very poor for price.
Fun and cute, however...
When I saw this go on sale I was thrilled. I couldn't decide on green, fall, summer or plum. This is probably the easiest assembly I've seen in a cat tree- no tools are needed and the instructions are simple. I put it together in about 10 minutes. One of my cats loved it before I put the leaves on it. Unlike others, I did not find this unstable. It seems sturdy to me, but maybe others are noticing instability after it's been jumped on. Putting the leaves on is more time consuming. They just slip into holes. They come laying flat so you have to shape them. My suggestion is definitely shape the branches before putting them into the holes- other. I "crumpled" mine. This is whimsical, not realistic. The branches do not fit snug- they will somewhat easily come loose. I put a little putty to keep them in place so the cats don't knock them down. Another great thing is you can buy extra branches from the manufacturer and they are interchangeable. I bought different colors so I could change with the seasons.
Great looking tree and Orlando likes it
I took a gamble on this as I wanted a tree that was aesthetically pleasing and that Orlando would use. Thankfully it scores on both counts. We set it up on the living room next to the sofa and armchair, and Orlando likes to look out at us from behind the branches. It was easy to put together and seems pretty sturdy. The branches do fall out quite easily, particularly when Orlando has an attack of the zoomies, so I wish they were more secure. But otherwise it's a great tree.
The bottom hardware is only held in by one screw into the cheap cardboard- which wouldnt bother me so much if it didn't keep ripping out amid assembly. Because it's the base the tree is completely unusable for me so I don't even have to worry about the durability standing up to my cats. It's honestly just a pile of junk at this point unless I go and buy more screws. It might be able to handle the torque required by assembly then.
cats were not impressed
Cute idea. Unfortunately the cats have zero interest in it. Also, the leaves/branches don’t stay in very well. They’re not actually attached to anything, just fitted into plastic holes. I have mine outside on the deck and the branches just end up all over the yard if it’s windy. It’s tacky in sort of a fun way, and I was hoping the cats would be into it, but they sniffed around once and then never again. Even when I put treats and catnip in it. Oh well. Worth a shot. It’s heavy, but assembly was pretty straightforward.
Wobbly and not sturdy
My cat loves to hide in the cat cubes so I thought this tree would be perfect for her. After assembly, the tree was very wobbly and the platforms spin. She jumped on it once and got scared when it moved. I wish the structure was more solid.
Leaves falling of. Tree is really save by its own, when cats jumping on 2nd 3rd floor tree start boucing on the floor, It didnt fell down but I guess, there is big chance. However cats like it but we have to put leaves back every single day.