At a height of 228cm, this Cat Climbing Tree is taller than most people. That is really the only downside to having this Cat Climbing Tree – it would take your cat’s hubris to another level. Once their ascent to the top is complete, they would not pass up the chance to stare down on us mere mortals. And the fact that this Climbing Tree can be adjusted to reach a height of 274cm makes the situation potentially worse.
However, if you are less bothered about a bruised ego and you just want to see your cat have fun, then this Cat Climbing Tree is certainly worth having. It has platforms at different heights on which your cat can lay and relax. They could also, in their more active moments, decide to treat you to acrobatic performances. Great, right?
Finally, this product has a variety of options. There are scratching posts of different colors and sizes for you to take your pick. You can safely bet that your cat will be delighted with whatever choice(s) you make.
Moises Barker –
I got this cactus-styled cat climbing tree and scratching post for my lazy prickly cat because it’s a great way to get her to exercise and this way she can have a satisfying scratching post that is not my carpet or furniture. Since she started actively using this climbing tree, I’ve also discovered that she has showmanship and exhibitionist tendencies as well as some flexible acrobatic skills. Now seeing her prickly attitude with her showing off whenever she sees me glancing her way, I just can’t help bursting into laughter every time. And it’s so pleasant to see her disgruntled look whenever this happens. Although this toy hasn’t beaten my preference for playing with my cat with laser pointers, it’s replaced many other toys coming second only to the laser pointers.
Cat has been a bit restless for the past few weeks. This is doing great at keeping him busy.
Codi H. –
Got the orange one to match with the carpet. Its not quite the same color, but my cat loves it
I’ve gotta order more. All my cats are vying to take the spot with this one.
Judith Elliott –
My little tabby won’t let go of this. She also makes a delighted purr, so I’m sure she’s super thankful in her own catty way.