Interesting tips to build the cat tower, thanks.
But I found it in my heart to build them this DIY cat tower / cat tree / scratching post / kitty tower / cat furniture / cat gym / whatever-you-call-it-thing.
Homemade cat tower – Building a cat tower can cost a bit more than what you would spend in the store. However, you can make the cat tree the way you want it to look and add your own choice of carpet color to match your decor. The materials needed to build a tower cat include power tools, various tools, wood materials and finishing materials. Power tools needed to build a cat tree include assorted drill and bits and drill bits, a jig saw and pneumatic nail gun, which is optional, and you can use a hammer. The puzzle is used to cut the plywood in the required sizes and drill bits and drill bits will cause the mounting holes.
DIY cat trees, homemade towers, cat condos, and other play structures are easy to make, even if you don't have a lot of building experience. Here are all the supplies and instructions you need!Do you want to buy a really huge cat tree or are they a little expensive right now? If so, if you adore your cat, why not make your own cat tree or scratching post? Even with our very limited carpentry skills, we did. Cat trees are so expensive, and not necessarily longer lasting, so if you build your own cat tower you could be doing yourself a favor in the long run and the cats will enjoy the fruits of your labour for years to come. However, if this seems too difficult, there are some really huge cat trees on sale here too.It was ENTIRELY cost effective to build my own, and the one I built is more popular with my big boys than the "large" Armarkat one. There is almost always a cat or two, or three in the home made tower, where the other is kind of a back up.About twenty years ago when we were poor as church mice we saw cat towers on sale and they were out of our range. We decided to build our own cat tree. We designed and constructed a cat tree that for a time also doubled as a telephone table while the moggies were content with the lower decks. Then the Persians arrived and evicted the phone!
It seemed a kind thing to do to buy them the best that we could afford and so we did. We took it home and assembled it - a five foot palace complete with cave. Four years later and it was in shreds whilst home made Cat Palace was still as good as ever!
Both were and still are equally popular, but Cat Palace number 2 needs replacing pretty soon whilst our twenty year old monster needs only "rewinding" with sisal rope. Whilst we decide whether we would rather replace expensively at four year intervals or build another D.I.Y. Palace at the cost of a few days labour and some cheap builders yard items, I decided to write a lens about how to make your own homemade cat tree. If you want to make your own cat condo, this lens may be a good place to start looking for ideas about materials and design.My cats have two cat towers and two scratching posts. One scratching post is wall mounted and they never show interest in it. One is a heart shaped pink fluffy thing which keeps Miss Amber content. (The pink fluffy things has recently been retired and replaced with a 7 foot cat tower - due to simple wear and tear!) The other two are more robust. Do you know how to build your own cat condo? Read on to find out!Building a cat towers and trees may cost a bit more than what you would spend in store. But you can make cat tree in way you want it to look like and add your own color choices of carpet to make it match your decor. supplies needed to build a cat tower include power tools, various tools, materials, wood and finishing materials.