Our kittens are like family, so we want the best for them. That means ensuring they get enough exercise, play, and maintain their claws. Why not get them a cat tree? This device checks everything your kitten needs off the list. We have put together our top picks for cat trees. Read on to check them out.
This cat tree weighs eighteen kilograms and is available in two colours: light grey and smokey grey. The Feandrea cat tree has several functions: play, napping, stretching, and exercising.
This cat tower comes with two spacious perches, one cave, one hammock, one basket, three fur balls, and one highly durable sisal rope to provide your cat with hours of entertainment. It includes a reinforced platform and an anti-tip system, which allows this scratching tree to remain stable even when two cats pounce on it.
The package comes with one home and one hammock for relaxing. For added intrigue and amusement, there are three levels, three dangling mice and a climber.
This cat tree comprises high-quality chipboard and is toxin-free, sustainably sourced, and durable for long-term usage. It contains skin-friendly flannel inside and out and has a balanced form. The base has reinforced support beams to enhance stability. For additional security, it features anti-toppling components. It stands 145cm tall and has multi-level decks improving playability.
The medium-level design allows the cat to bounce up and down, giving it enough area for playtime. Its cat scratching board (walkway) is also ideal for scratching in various positions and is appropriate for all cat types. It can support two to three cats weighing up to six kilograms for optimum enjoyment.
This cat tree is comfy, wrapped in plush, and has three layers. The top layer is extra spacious (enough to sleep two cats) and removable for simple maintenance and machine washing. The two pillars’ support ensures cats can sleep on the top tier more sturdy and safe. The base comprises a high-density three-centimetre thick wood panel (the stability rating increases by about 30 percent).
If you are travelling, it is compact and easy to transport and set up wherever you go. For maximum scratching and exercising, each pillar has a thick sisal encasement.
The Fish and Nap cat tower has natural sisal scratching pillars for cat clawing, a standard safe panel, and good-quality silky plush faux fur. The lowest level of the condo is sturdy, while the second and third floors provide vast platforms for kittens. The top perch is removable for simple cleaning and travel. The center platform has a hanging play ball, while the base has a cave structure for napping.
The durable sisal rope poles keep your cats’ claws maintained and off your furnishings, and the high-quality particle panels are eco-friendly. All the components and equipment come with the package, and with clear instructions, you can easily install and use this cat tree at home.
This cat tree features a well-padded upper lounger featuring a skin-friendly fuzzy cover, allowing your feline companions to play or sleep in pleasure. It features two spacious condos and a scratching ladder comprising a sisal entwinement, providing cats with a delightful spot to play, exercise, and relax without taking up space.
There is a lot to consider when choosing a new cat tree. After all, this is not just any little cat toy. It’s a piece of furniture that will be a permanent thing in your home. So, you want to make the best selection that you can. Here are some important features to consider when shopping for the best cat tree for you and your beloved kitty:
A: Most cat trees ordered online come in a box and do require home assembly. However, the vast majority of cat trees are very easy to put together, and come with detailed instructions. While some cat trees might take only 20 minutes to put together, others might take more than an hour. Therefore, build a little time into your day when your cat tree arrives to get your sweet kitty all set up with a fun new cat tree.
A: Stability is an important feature in a cat tree. Of course, you don’t want the cat tree to topple over when your cat jumps on and off from the higher levels, or gets into a rambunctious mode. Look for cat trees with larger bases that are wide enough to support a tall structure, and are made of heavy material like wood. Also, for extra protection, some brands of cat trees come with optional hardware to secure the unit to the wall. However, if the cat tree is sturdy enough on its own, it may not need to be tethered to the wall.