|Cover Material||Carpet||Carpet||Plant Material, Sisal||—||Plush|
|Furniture Features||Modern||Modern||Condo, Hammock||Floor-to-Ceiling, Condo||Modern, Condo|
|Furniture Frame Material||Plastic||Plastic||Wood, Engineered Wood||Wood, Engineered Wood||Engineered Wood|
|Height Range||31 inches to 59 inches||31 inches to 59 inches||60 inches to 69 inches, N/A||60 inches to 69 inches||31 inches to 59 inches|
|Furniture Mount Type||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing|
|Number Of Condos||—||—||1 condo||2 condos||1 condo|
|Breed Size||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||—||—|
Still getting used to everything
I ordered this cover for my cat because of the sleek modern design. Its a very nice product, but my cat is afraid of it. It stands too tall and the wood is slippery like. My cat just runs to jump and the stalls because he is afraid of it. I had a carpet style tower before and he really loved that and had no problem jumping (same height tower), it was just too hard to keep clean.
I have 4 cats ranging in size and weight from 10 pounds to 20 pounds. They are all able to use this cat tree fine and enjoy catching the breeze and observing out the windows. I bought one and then ended up buying a second one. I also enjoy that it matches my natural decor and for me, it was pretty easy to put together.
I ordered this to avoid having the old-school carpet-covered cat tree in in the living room. It certainly looks nicer than that, and was easy to put together, but the cat doesn't really use it... it's not the easiest thing for a cat to navigate if they aren't an avid climber. They have to go through the hole on each level, then climb up to the next level using the sisal posts, which he just can't or won't do. He does use the sisal post on the lower part for scratching, at least, and will occasionally hang out on the second level (to which he just jumps directly from the floor). It is also somewhat wobbly unless it has a weight on the bottom and/or is flush against a wall. If your cat loves to climb, this might be a good option for you, but definitely plan to put a weight on the base. Wish I had spent the money on something our cat will actually use as more than a very expensive scratching post, but oh well.
I have this in my kitchen to keep my two cats off the countertops and give them a place to sit and observe kitchen activities as well as the birds outside. The cat tree looks great and is very unobtrusive. My cats use all the scratchers and can hop to access the upper levels. I wish this cat tree had more weight at the bottom. I actually placed a heavy rock at the bottom to add weight because it wobbled when my big kitty jumped. I appreciate that it’s easy to clean with no carpet. Sometimes I’ll give my little kitty treats or even feed her on the second level. Overall I am pleased.
This was difficult to put together, as the directions consisted of pictures only. Very sad I spent so much, but was looking for a top perch near a window in living room and didn't want something ugly. My 15 pound cat is way too huge for either perch. My 12 pound cat was upset by the instability of the structure. I doubt that either of them will use it, so I will need to order yet another cat tree.
If you care about looks more than your precious cats, then by all means. This is not a cat tree, it's for looks! It's not stable, the cats cannot jump from platform to platform, and the scratch posts are more for stability of the piece, not realistic for cats to stretch and scratch! Kittens maybe, big adult cats...NOPE! I'm so disappointed in this entire piece!
I love the look. Put it next to the window and the cat just onto it and stare outside
Very good quality and easy to clean! Looks amazing compared to my old cat tree that was full of cat hair. The only issue it from the design it's difficult for my cat to get to the top level. I had to put an only small table next to it for him to use to jump on the top level. He usually likes to stay at the second closed to the tip instead since it's easier for him to jump on.
I have no window sills in my house, but 3 cats who want to see what's happening in the great outdoors. I needed a cat tree that was tall enough that the cats could look out a window that is 50 inches off the floor, and also had to fit into a tight space. This fit the bill perfectly. The cats have already spent time on three levels, and used the holes to come and go (and just to observe whatever else is going one around them). It's pretty light, but doesn't seem likely to tip over, and it was easy for this 68-year-old to assemble. :)