Veehoo Modern Cat Tree for Indoor Cats
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- Made of premium wood, which is nice finished and heavy enough to keep it in position while your cats climbing up and down, no need worry about slip.
- The posts are fully wrapped with high quality durable natural sisal rope, not only keep they active and their claws healthy, but also prevent from damaging your own furniture.
- Can be used as beautiful furniture, pick the suitable color for your house.
- Medium: Kitten Tree for Indoor Cats. 19"W x 11"D x 32.5"H.
- Large: Kitten Tree for Indoor Cats. 21.5"W x 16.5"D x 48"H.
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CustomerGreat for what it isBought this because it was the perfect height for my cat to see out the window. At first he didn’t want to get on the top platform; I realized the pillow that goes over the top was too unstable for my cat to jump on so I removed it and now he uses the top platform all the time. He likes using the scratching post too. You get what you pay for but this is great for what it is. Would recommend if you’re looking for a cheap, small cat tree like I was.
beth c godfreythe big cat like it more than my little kittens. LOLMy cats love there new Modern Cat Tree , the big cats like it more than the kittens. it took me an hour to assemble it, it was very nice to follow with the numbers. Great value for the money. The cats jump up and down with no problem, it very sturdy.
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ArzachNice looking cat treeThis cat tree has a refined appearance, with lots of exposed wood. It's a little more understated and blends better with other furniture than a typical cat tree does. I was initially unsure about the wood, as most cat trees are fully covered in carpet, but the cats don't care. We have a larger, fully-carpeted tree in another room and on both trees they use the big flat spots for access, and lounge on the platforms. Kitty #1 took to it right way, scratching all the supports and settling down for a long winter's nap. Kitty #2 took a little longer to warm up, but is now happy to kick #1 off his perch whenever he wants his moment in the sun!
Casper & Boo48” version, well madedog approved lol, our GDS puppy was infatuated with putting his head in top condo when we put this up..This tower is well made, pretty heavy so it will not tilt over when cats get wild on it. looks great.CON 1: no soft carpet inside cubby homes and no gripping carpet on top of wood floor parts where cats will jump on, i feel like this could cause issues with them slipping when cat is wild or when cats chase each other unto tower. also will make it hard for them to use scratching post properly if slipping.. To make it safer for my wild ones, i am planning on buying more of the carpet squares that have self adhesive on backs that come off easily when needed, those are great, easy to clean and easy to cut to size. would be good for inside cubby homes too..CON 2: the scratching post are pretty skinny ones and the sisal rope is very prickly and on skinny rope side. Stapled on at bottom and top and requires us to hammer the staples in better. i feel for such a nice looking heavy duty tower at over $100, a better rope material could of been used…then again i have seen way cheaper made towers at this low $100 range.. this one here is one of the better low $100 ones, if sisal was better quality it would be worthy of even a higher price.will say i was intimating to see so much hardware when i got everything out, it was the first cat tower i ended up not putting together within the day of getting it!! took a few days before i finally decided to tackle it. you will need a rubber hammer to help put the white pieces in better, you will need a hammer to to make staples on sidal poles safe and you will need a good screw driver for you will be using that thing A LOT.overall happy with this cat tower, it is nice looking and should hold up for a while, although i can see the laminated wood sections getting pretty scratched up over time.
HeatherShopsFor Smaller KittiesThis cat tree ended up being much too small for my kitty. I should’ve paid closer attention to details/measurements as this cat tree is better suited for kittens, or very small cats.It’s very durable, I really like the 3 rope scratching posts, as they’re super sturdy and could easily hold up to some serious cat scratching. The 2 cat caves are nice as well, as it gives kitty somewhere to “hide-out” in.assembly was a breeze, took about 15 mins to put together, my cat was instantly interested and ran and jumped onto the cat tree, however he was just too large to fit on it lol. Hes a big boy-He’s 14lbs and a bit over weight, however if you have a smaller cat- this cat tree-condo would be perfect!
Beths2039Large cat condo- the cats love it.So this is a pretty big heavy catCondo - two story. Scratching pads and little indoor area. Two platforms. Very sturdy.Honestly it was a pain to put together and took around 2 hours for us to figure this out completely. There was one piece that really never did fit correctly but it’s functional and the cats are already all over it.Overall it’s a good price for this huge cat condo.
CupcakeMuch better looking & easier to keep clean than carpeted condos, but less cozy. Best for small cats.Veehoo Modern Cat Tree for Indoor Cats - Wooden Cat Tower Condos Furniture Scratching Post Kitten Climbing House with Play PlatformThis cat tree looks much better than your standard, ugly carpet-covered cat condo. This has a more furniture-like look (although in the lower-end IKEA furniture range, nothing fancy, but clean and tidy). I mean, it's still cat furniture, but at least it isn't as excruciatingly ugly as the old-fashioned ones. It still has fabric on the perches, but you might want to add pillows to the boxes, depending on your cat. If you have one of those cats who loves a cardboard box, they'll be fine in the bare boxes.To me the biggest upside, besides the nicer appearance both initially and over time (less carpet means less surface to destroy), is that it's so much easier to clean. Our carpeted cat trees require frequent vacuuming to keep from looking gross, and we inevitably don't keep up. Sometimes the cat hair gets so mashed into them that they never get really clean. The hard surfaces let you simply dust/wipe them. And if your cat's a barfer, it's a lot easier to clean barf off a laminated surface than a carpeted one. Assembly was a bit of a drag. The instructions are pretty much just illustrations, but the hardware (barrel nuts) requires some explanation, which you don't get. If you've assembled a lot of flat pack furniture, you've probably used the little barrel nuts that are the main means of construction, but if you're not familiar with them (and even if you are), they're a real pain in the neck until you master the best way to attach and lock them. A simple overview (how to align them in the holes, how to turn them to lock them) in the instructions would have saved me a lot of time. I completely assembled the unit with the included tools, but I would have been a lot happier using a cordless drill and a better-fitting bit than the one on the phillips/hex wrench multi-tool that it came with. On the other hand, if you don't have any tools, it's nice that it comes with something, and it is completely functional, if slow. You will need decent hand strength to use the included tools, so if you're limited there, you'll want a cordless screwdriver or drill for the screws The hex key end is totally sufficient for the hex bolts and doesn't require particular strength. The cats took it it right away. They are box and cubby cats, so they didn't mind the hard boxes, but they did seem to snuggle down more when I stuffed a soft bed into one of the boxes. The cats using this are small, under 10 pounds, and on the more timid side, and it's plenty sturdy for them untethered, but it might be too lightweight for a heavy, active cat. Securing it to a wall will go a long way if making it usable. One thing to look out for: we had some cracked and banged up corners. The packing is okay, but not really adequate to take rough handling without being packed inside another box, which ours was not. The construction is medium density fiberboard with laminate sides and edges (think Billy bookshelf), so if it's banged around, the underlying MDF can crack/crumble, making the laminate chip off or come loose. I would recommend inspecting all of the pieces thoroughly and contacting right away if there is shipping damage. I was able to repair a few problem corners, but you shouldn't have to do that for the price (it's not crazy expensive, but nor is it bargain basement pricing).