Trixie Playground Wall Mounted Cat Shelves, Brown

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If your cat’s been climbing the walls with boredom, she’ll love the wall-mounted Trixie Cat Playground. This neat vertical playground includes three steps and two sleeping platforms for some paw-some feline naptime and play. The steps feature sisal surfaces for good grip and nice scratching while the sleep platforms are covered with plush fabric. Place the components in any order you like, just make sure they’re close enough that your cat can jump between them! Great for single or multi-cat homes, the whole system mounts easily with the included hardware.

Key Benefits
  • Take things vertical with this wall-mounted nap and play system for your cat.
  • Saves valuable floor space and works for single or multi-cat homes.
  • Includes three sisal steps and two plush lounge platforms.
  • Mounts securely between 12” and 16” wall studs with the included hardware.
  • Endlessly customizable—arrange the components to fit your space!

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  • Item Number
    207476
  • Dimensions
    18.75 x 12.75 x 6.25 inches
  • Weight
    14.0 pounds
  • Frame Material
    Engineered Wood
  • Covering Material
    Faux Fleece, Sisal
  • Mount Type
    Wall Mounted
  • Assembly Required
    Yes
  • Tools Included
    No
  • Recommended Pet Weight
    up to 12 pounds, Up to 12 pounds
  • Features
    Modern
  • Number of Perches
    2 perches
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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Are my cats broken?

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    my cats will not get on it. Its been 2 weeks and I've set them up there and they jump right off. Treats sat up there for days and nothing. I finally brought in my old cat tree from garage and put up against them and they stretched over to get treats and laid back on tree... sad

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Too much work

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    Instructions are horrible , parts aren’t organized and they do not tell you what you’ll need to put this up. I don’t even want it anymore

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Almost perfect

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    The instructions are confusing. After much thought to all the paper instructions provided, along with hardware but no hardware list, I figured it out! If you look at the last picture, you will see that “OR” is circled. Therefore, on the large piece that the cat actually lays on, a total of TWO bolts should go either on the outer two holes OR the inner two holes. That should help clear things up. I used metal toggle bolts to anchor into the dry wall instead of what was provided. For the 3 larger, circular mounts, be careful because they’re not completely flat. I placed the flattest side facing the wall and this helped stabilize the stepping posts. I would advise to angle the entire system (from The instructions are confusing. After much thought to all the paper instructions provided, along with hardware but no hardware list, I figured it out! If you look at the last picture, you will see that “OR” is circled. Therefore, on the large piece that the cat actually lays on, a total of TWO bolts should go either on the outer two holes OR the inner two holes. That should help clear things up. I used metal toggle bolts to anchor into the dry wall instead of what was provided. For the 3 larger, circular mounts, be careful because they’re not completely flat. I placed the flattest side facing the wall and this helped stabilize the stepping posts. I would advise to angle the entire system (from bottom to top) to the left so the kitty starts off at bottom right and ends up at upper left. In my first pic, you can see I angled it to the right (for the most part). When my cat missteps, him and his claws unintentionally rolls it and loosens it. Angle it left so that you won’t have to tighten the stepping poles much since if the cat slips, it would reinforce the “righty tighty” motion. Twist the round stepping posts as much as you can of course. I used his favorite toy, cat nip, and treats to lure him to the top. It took 3 days :) … more

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good product, poor instructions

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    I really like this for my cats but the only downfall is the instructions. They are not very clear and don't explain the pieces well. I was missing some key hardware as well but we improvised and my cats love it.

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