The Over The Door Cat Condo - Hammacher Schlemmer

The folks over at CatastrophiCreations have outdone themselves this time
Meow-velous cat tree lens of the day! One of our cats has no front claws but he still loves to climb and scratch. He's fun to watch when he discovers a ladder in the house ... I often find him sitting on top of the refrigerator, just so he can be majestic and look down on the rest of us. Saving for the outdoor structure ideas, faved and all that jazz.
DIY Cat Stuff ♥ DIY cat tree made from an old wooden ladder, outdoor carpeting, left over wood and jute wrapped around the bottom for a scratching post.
♥ DIY Cat Stuff ♥ DIY cat tree made from an old wooden ladder, outdoor carpeting, left over wood and jute wrapped around the bottom for a scratching post. Hammock is just material and a towel. Super fun, cheap and easy to make! Over the door cat tree..I thought of maybe placing one directly in front of the front door, I'm just wondering if it will catch the cat tree over in the cornerCity Kitty Climber, Hanging Cat Scratching Tree Post Door Wall Sisal Exerciser.
Over the Door Cat Climber Tree - Designed to hang on any standard door in your home - Gift idea for cat lovers - Designed to hang on any standard door in your home, the Cat Climber from SmartCat is the perfect gift for cat lovers! - $66.00Hello, new user. Ready to order a system. I have attached a picture of my downstairs. I have a cat condo over in the corner, lower right of picture, the hexagon shape. I'm wondering where to put motion sensors so there is not a false alarm. I thought of maybe placing one directly in front of the front door, I'm just wondering if it will catch the cat tree over in the corner? My primary concern is the front door, the back door that goes out in the garage and the slider. The main room where the cat tree is, is about 21' long by 10' wide. I also screwed up the picture, there is no wall between the kitchen slider and the windows on the lower left. DIY cat tree made from an old wooden ladder, outdoor carpeting, left over wood and jute wrapped around the bottom for a scratching post. Hammock is just material and a towel. Super fun, cheap and easy to make!:This is the carpet I bought from Home Depot. It was roughly $5 per square yard and 12 ft. long. So 1 yard by 12 ft. was plenty to cover the entire cat tree, and I had enough left over for a little doormat to my shop.