The first thing you’ll notice is that the beige you see in the picture is more like an ivory in real life, but as cat trees go, it looks pretty good and will work well with most home décor. It’s easy to assemble, taking about 5-10 minutes to put the whole thing together. There are four levels (covered with a kind of felt like material) and six columns (covered with sisal rope). The columns can be constructed to fit your cats needs. Once together watch your cat have a ball.
This durable scratching post is designed in the shape of a triangle. The shape creates a sort of cubby hole where your kitty can rest or play. It’s made out of a recyclable cardboard created layer by layer for a sturdy scratching post. Lastly, it’s easy to store away once your cat is done playing.
This piece is meant to guard against cats that like to tear up furniture on a regular basis. It comes in a variety of colors so that you can properly match it to your furniture. Your cat will have a better time scratching this—Instead of your couch— and you won’t have to yell as much.
This scratching post is different in that it has a u-shaped cradle at the top as it’s perch. Your cat will find that it’s quite comfortable and a nice reward after scratching until his heart is content on the pole underneath. The base and the perch are made of a quality carpet to prevent shedding. The post is made of a durable sisal rope that will last a long time.