Cat Trees & Condos You'll Love | Wayfair
Available in two colors — blue and purple — this cat tower takes a completely different approach. Rather than using the standard column and platform construction, this uses a series of cubes that you can arrange any way you like. That gives you limitless options, which means you can reconfigure it every few months to keep your cat interested. Included in this package are the 109 pieces required to build it, as well as a cat hammock and a scratching pad. This isn’t necessarily useful as a dedicated scratching post, but it’s great as a place to lounge and play.
The product itself is sturdy enough for my one smallish cat to really tear around on it and it doesn't teeter at all. I put it up in a window so she can hop up and peer out. One issue that would make me unlikely to recommend this is the extremely small footprint of the base. This makes it somewhat wobbly, though like I said, if it's leaned against a wall or window, it'll probably be fine. Also, the bottom layer and the middle layer (the little condo) are exactly the same size, so you can't jump from one to the other without leaving the tower. The third layer is only a HAIR smaller than the condo layer, so jumping to there from the one beneath is a challenge, and often my cat will just jump down, and then straight to that layer. The top-most layer is offset, and easy to access from the 3rd layer. I will keep it because my cat seems to enjoy it, but probably only because she doesn't know better! I will keep her off the cat-tree websites so she won't realize how marginal this one is. It *was* pretty affordable, though. I'd only buy it again if it continued to be soo much cheaper than others that I couldn't justify not getting it.
Buckaroo and Trip are wild about their new Molly and Friends cat tower. One or the other of them is on the tower at any given time — Buckaroo has been sleeping on it at night. Construction is solid; the carpet is nice, and best of all, NO ASSEMBLY WAS REQUIRED. Doesn’t get much better than that! Thank you, Molly and Friends!If giving your cat somewhere to hang out and scratch cramps your sense of design too much, consider Vesper products. Admittedly more for the cat parents than the cats, these high-design cat towers feature posts that are entirely covered in rope for scratching. The sleeping pads are memory foam in case your cat needs that extra touch of luxury. For a bit more, you can get the .Buckaroo and Trip are wild about their new Molly and Friends cat tower. One or the other of them is on the tower at any given time — Buckaroo has been sleeping on it at night. Construction is solid; the carpet is nice, and best of all, NO ASSEMBLY WAS REQUIRED. Doesn’t get much better than that! Thank you, Molly and Friends!Building on the construction philosophy of the last pick, we first featured Kitty City in our because of the modular, expandable nature. Since all the fittings and pole pieces are the same, you can set this up however you like, which again lets you change it from time to time. Options for addition include an additional , , and . There are sisal-covered columns and scratch mats, which is handy, because the fabric for the towers isn’t really made for scratching. That being said, this has all the bells and whistles the average cat tower does in a modular design.I have been searching for a long time for a cat tower for my two cats and this one fit the bill. As the other reviewers have stated this is a wonderful cat tree and so affordable. I found that it was easy to put together and is well built. The tallest tower is a little wobbly but nothing to be concerned about. I have looked in my local pet stores and for this size of a cat tower they are four times the price. I am so pleased with my purchase and so is my new little kitten she just loves to play on it.Gents, This is as good as it gets. Today, I was on a conference call and started googling pics of cat towers.. thinking maybe there is an inspiration. I could not bring myself to buy a tower for $100 or more…because I wanted a big awesome tower for jack and emmie, our two cats. Within seconds of seeing the blog entry, pics and text, I ran into the basement and got started..without hanging up (on mute of course). It all fell together, including disassembling and re-using the existing scratching post. 30 min later after the call ended, I discovered the plans… and that was it. What a creative masterpiece. I just fricking love it. Well done!!!!. tomorrow I wil cover it with carpet but I am thinking about reusing some pieces I already have … even if they do not match well. That cats don’t care!!! thanks for the inspiration and what a great site. Best to you both.