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Poils Bebe Cat Activity Tree Tower, 54-inch Multilevel Play Scratching Post with Ladder Platform ...
Poils Bebe Cat Activity Tree Tower, 54-inch Multilevel Play Scratching Post with Ladder Platform Hammock Condo and House for Small Medium and Large Cats and Kittens①Designed for Mid-to-Large Sized Cat: 19*19*54'' Climbing Furniture – one 12*12’’ perch, one 12*12’’ and one 12*12’’ hideaway houses with a climbing ladder.②Sturdy and Stable: This multilevel mansion is made of exceptionally durable compressed wood and faux fur. 6 scratching posts covered by natural sisal ropes are perfect for your...
①Designed for Mid-to-Large Sized Cat: 23*23*61'' Climbing Furniture – one 12*12’’ perch, one 12*1...
①Designed for Mid-to-Large Sized Cat: 23*23*61'' Climbing Furniture – one 12*12’’ perch, one 12*12’’ and one 18*12’’ hideaway houses with two scratching ramps.②Sturdy and Stable: This tall standing is made of highly durable compressed wood, wrapped with deluxe faux fur. 7 scratching posts covered by natural sisal ropes are perfect for your climber’s nail.③Easy to Assemble: Our cat castle saves your effort from troubleshooting. You will be able to put it together in 20 minutes, no need to keep...
Description New design with 3 teaser balls on top, combining fun and chic at the same time Luxu...
Description New design with 3 teaser balls on top, combining fun and chic at the same time Luxury faux fur and soft surface bring your cats and kittens comfort Multilevel space brings more joy, suitable for families with multiple cats Sturdy structure made from qualified material and craft ensure safety during playtime Easy to assemble with our detailed instructional guide included in the pack Specification Material: wood and faux fur Color: Beige Size: 40*40*125cm/16*16*50’’(L*W*H) Net ...
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Buy Cat Trees and Cat Towers Online at Affordable Prices
A cat tree, (also referred to as a cat tower, cat stand, cat climbing tree, cat play stand, or cat structure), is an artificial structure for cats to play, entertain, relax, and sleep. Cat trees provide interaction areas with different height and complexity levels. Also, cats will gain a sense of security from the height of the tree, as they are able to enjoy one place that can only be used by them, i.e. a clear survey of their territory.
1. Cat trees combine vertical and horizontal areas
We live in a horizontal world, but cats are not limited to the horizontal side of life. Cats use horizontal and vertical aspects of the environment. In fact, they rely on vertical zones for safety, comfort, and entertainment. Providing vertical options for your cat in his territory is not only for entertainment but also an important part of feline life. One of the easiest ways to increase the vertical area is to use cat trees and towers.
When you have more than one cat at your home, placing cat trees will increase the chances of your cats getting along well with each other, as there would be enough space at cats’ “safety” heights. If the relationship between two cats in your house is very tense, then it is important for them to have private spaces on their own, and cat trees and towers would be smart choices to reduce the number of physical confrontations and tense deadlocks.
2. Cat trees help timid cats
If you have a timid cat at your home, a cat tree can provide him with a safe place to stay when he needs a hideaway place. On a high perch, the cat has a visual advantage because he can see more of his surroundings, which is important for him to feel secure. The elevated position also provides safety protection because the cat knows that he will not be “ambushed” from behind.
Indoor kitties love to climb up and spend time on cat trees. Perching high atop their cat tree enables them to take a nap, play, and watch what is happening inside the house. But why do so many cats like to be at high places at your home, look down and observe everything beneath them?
1. Cats use height to ensure safety
Cats who live outside may choose to climb up trees so that they can observe what’s going on around them from a safe place. They may also use a tree to target prey or stay away from predators. This explains why your indoor fellows keep the same habits. By climbing high up onto their cat trees, your cats can perch and check out their surroundings, and they can also get away from things they do not like in the house. In fact, a cat tree might be a good way to reduce the conflicts between cats in your home, because it provides them with a place to escape and isolate.
2. Enrichment for happy cats
In short, cats like cat trees because it is fun for them to climb up. Kittens and adult cats like to use their bodies to balance and reach high places, which makes it a great form of exercise. If you buy a cat tree with built-in scratching posts, it would be easier for your cats to scratch their nails, and your furniture would be protected from being scratched.
Also, if there are hideaway places on the cat tree, your cats will gladly take advantage of the additional privacy whenever they want some quiet time.
Cats can be friendly with each other, but they may still show territorial behaviors. Cats would usually claim a room or a piece of furniture as a part of their territory. When another cat or dog approaches it, they would stand their ground, which may lead to vocalization and even physical fighting. In order to avoid such unpleasant moments, it would be ideal to provide enough territorial space for every cat in the family. However, this cannot always come true. Therefore, a cat tree is the best choice to provide extra space (vertical direction) for cats. When looking for a cat tree, make sure that there are enough perches, condos, or platforms to provide enough spaces for your feline friends...
Another decisive factor similar to capacity is the size of condos and perches of the cat tree. From experience, we’ve seen cats curled up on perches that are far smaller than the cats themselves. Especially when your perch has a border or ledge, cats like to rest their head on them while napping. This means that cats are able to fit themselves into perches shorter than their own body. Thus, a tree that is at least three-quarters of the height of the cat should be the minimum size.
We've seen industrial staples, glue, nails, bolts, and screws used to hold cat trees together. Most of these fasteners do a good job of holding all the parts together. Just make sure that none of these are exposed on the surface of the cat tree that can harm your cat.
Stability should be one of the most important determinants when choosing a cat tree. If a cat tree is unstable, it could potentially topple over and damage things at your home. Worse yet, it might hurt you and your cat. The suggestion is to find a heavy cat tree, the heavier the better. But heavy cat trees are likely to be large. If you don’t have enough space for a large cat tree, look for a cat tree with a relatively heavy base. There are a couple of tricks that you can do to stabilize cat trees. You can try to put it in the corner of the room, i.e. against the walls. Another trick is to put them directly on the floor instead of on the carpet. Also, you can install gussets, furniture straps, or even increase the weight of the base.
1. Play with your cat in the cat tower
The reason why so many pet and cat blogs recommend cat trees is that cat trees prevent indoor cats from scratching furniture or being destructive. The hunting instinct cannot be overcome or trained, but indoor cats have little or no hunting time, so they might go a little crazy and “attack” your sofa. Cat trees would be a good choice for them to release their instinct needs. Besides, rewarding your cats by playing and petting can help to quickly develop the positive associations between them and cat trees. So long as the cat tree is in a room in good condition, your cat will absolutely love this tower.
2. Treats and catnip are your helpful tools
The last part of getting your cat to like their cat tree is just simple “bribery”. Put your cat’s favorite treats all over the cat tree, or sprinkle catnip on the napping areas, so your cat has room to rub it all over themselves, and then splay out as they get a little loopy. This is very effective.
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