|Cover Material||Carpet||Plant Material, Sisal||—||—||Synthetic Fabric|
|Furniture Features||Modern||Modern||—||—||Modern, Removable Bed|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood, Engineered Wood||Wood, Engineered Wood||Solid Wood||Solid Wood||Wood, Engineered Wood|
|Furniture Mount Type||Wall Mounted||Wall Mounted||Wall Mounted||Wall Mounted||Wall Mounted|
|Lifestage||Adult||Adult||All Lifestages||All Lifestages||Adult|
|Material||—||—||Wood, Sisal||Wood, Sisal||—|
|Breed Size||—||—||All Breeds||All Breeds||—|
These shelves have come with me on three different moves - they are great and my cat loves sitting and sleeping on them. Definitely install on studs, but otherwise I can put them up by myself with power tools and some time.
My purrr baby loves it and I also love how well the materials are combined for her needs, however I dislike how the brackets are not completely flat to the wall and won't support as good. I had to buy the flat ones separately and it's all good
I’m setting up for TBA (to be adopted) critter and this has me extra excited. Only complaint is that the smaller canopy doesn’t span two studs and required wall anchors. Pictured is my official load test using my bag of tools (two thumbs up). Maybe I’m being too ambitious, but each shelf is about 20in from the next perch. In any event, they look good and perform well.