Best cat trees & condos according to redditors

We found 365 Reddit comments discussing the best cat trees & condos. We ranked the 151 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/BackLeap · 201 pointsr/aww

That's awesome! If you have the room, I would love to get Sunny a kitty condo if you are open to it. I've done this before with previous accounts, I'll post a link if I can find one just to make it more legit. Just PM me a mailing address, and I can use your reddit name.

Edit: Found one. Sage was in Florida too!

Edit: Tango and Cash

Edit: It's on its way!

u/Aetheos- · 140 pointsr/funny

My cat was starting to get more fat than fluffy, I bought a puzzle feeder and she has lost about a pound and a half in the past year or so. In addition she isn't throwing up near as much from eating to fast because she has to pull what she wants to eat out of the feeder. I used to feed her about a cup of food a day, now with two cats I throw food in whenever it's empty, maybe once a day? They just bat some out when they're hungry, I never have to worry that they're starving.

u/Neebat · 94 pointsr/pics

PM the OP. i'm sure that's how other people are getting the address.

Is this a tree?

u/salire · 53 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Your questions aren't silly! It's great that you're thinking about how you can make you both comfortable before you dive into a new situation. Always set yourself up for success! :)

> do I buy a litter box/food/scratch-post before I plan to bring a cat home?

That's generally a good idea, yes. Means less stress for both of you as you're scrambling to get everything ready for him. You might ask the shelter what food the cat has been eating, as cats can get an upset tummy when switching brands/types. Not a big deal, but he will have poops that are a bit stinkier/liquidier than normal poops. That should alleviate within the week. You can lessen the tummy troubles by doing a more gradual change, mixing the food he is currently on with the food he will be on more and more, until he is eating what you want him on. But you can honestly just do the change, too, and just deal with the sadpoops for a little while.

I suggest a couple of different scratching posts, if you have the space! Cats like having options, like a horizontal post and a vertical one. Cats also like being high up, so if you can swing a tall post with platforms, he will probably like that.

Get two litter boxes! A lot of people don't realize it, but the rule of thumb for number of litters you should have is NumberOfCats + 1. So, 1 cat + 1 = 2 boxes. Clean them often. Cats are very clean creatures (especially compared to dogs) and are MUCH more likely to have accidents when they feel they do not have a better option than peeing in your bed. That's not their fault. You wouldn't want to step on your own pee/poop either! If you have problems with litter getting kicked out of the box, a litter mat can be helpful.

> Do I need to buy a carrier for the cat?

Yep. You'll eventually need to take him to a vet in all likelihood, and a carrier will make that so much easier, as most cats despise the car. I recommend a hard carrier. The softer ones seem nicer in general, but the hard carriers are easier to clean out, and you never know how a cat will be in the car until... well. They're in it. One of our cats poops and pees every. single. time. So he always gets the hard carrier.

> Should I contact a vet before I get the cat?

The shelter might require you to have a vet already, so I'd probably at least pick one out from google search. They might require you to go get a checkup, but probably not. That's more of a rescue thing, I think. Most shelters have their own in-house vet, so it's not really necessary. Don't be afraid to contact the shelter if he seems to be coughing and wheezing. Upper respiratory infections are very common in shelter environments due to the crowded nature of them, but they are also very treatable, and the shelter will be able to give you medication for him.

> How do I train a cat?

Someone mentioned Jackson Galaxy, who I generally agree is pretty good for training if you have some problems. But most of the time, cats are pretty out-of-the-box ready pets. That is to say, if you have an environment that is good for cats (where you let them have some space, where you don't make a huge amount of loud noise, where they aren't prodded and poked at constantly), they generally don't need training. We've fostered tiny kittens that automatically knew how to use the litter box. We also have boy cats who were not fixed until well into adulthood and have never had problems spraying.
It's instinct to go in the box, especially once they're fixed and don't need to mark territory really.

> For those of you who own a cat/cats, any advice for this first-timer?

Give both of you time to get to know each other. Don't force it. He will come to you, given time and space, and you'll be able to cultivate a better relationship built on trust and mutual respect if he knows that you won't force him to do things that he doesn't want to do (especially at first--think about it like building a friendship with a person; you would trust your friends to do things that you would never trust a stranger to do, and it's the same for him).

Cooing and gentle words are generally pretty good for coaxing, as is letting him smell your hand/something that smells like you before you approach for pets. Think about it like introducing yourself. You wouldn't go up to someone you didn't know well and just touch them without at least saying hi.

Every cat I have ever known, male or female, fixed or not, will pee in a pile of anything if it is left long enough. They see it as 'trash,' and I think it just registers as litter. So, if you are the type to leave clothes on the floor... I would try to stop that.

Keep nails trimmed. Scratching posts are for sharpening nails, which is an instinct that they have to fulfill, and you're giving them an outlet for. Some people think it's for 'filing' the nails down, but it's not. It's for keeping them sharp enough to get prey. You'll have to trim them.

And this is just my own personal opinion, but... young--but not kitten--boy cats are best for first timers. I have one girl, and I absolutely adore her, but she is very high maintenance/prissy/touchy, whereas my three boys are all pretty chill. Each cat is different though, so obviously your mileage may vary! It's just something I've noticed in general in my time of owning and fostering cats, that boys are more laid back/forgiving than girls (and thus I think a little easier for a first timer). Young adults are also great for first timers because you have less accidents (though that's generally not a big concern anyway) and they're more able to be on their own for longer periods of time. Older adults/seniors are great too if you want a really, really chill, more stand-offish cat, or if you want a cat that you'll have for <10 years, but if you want a little more energy and time, a cat that's about 1-2 years old is a GREAT way to go.

Some toys that are great for cats include the classic laser pointer, the feather toy, catnip toys, and crinkle balls.

Cats prefer to drink away from where they eat, so place his food bowl and his water bowl apart from one another! Some cats also prefer running water to still water, so if you notice your cat likes drinking out of the faucet (or if you just want to spoil your cat like I spoil mine...) you can get a water fountain for him!

Finally, if it's not working out for some reason, like your personalities just don't mesh well... take him back. I know it sounds hard, but it's best for him if he is in an environment where he is understood and his needs are met. There's no sense in forcing both of you to be miserable. Some shelters let you do a foster-to-adopt sort of thing, where you sort of try each other out for a bit. I like this option, because you hope for the best, but it feels a little bit easier to tap out if you need to. Either way, there's no shame in tapping out. Sometimes things just don't work the way you thought they would.

Sorry for the novel, but I wanted to be as thorough as I could. My parents recently got their first cat, and it's been... an ordeal for them, getting used to it.
It's great that you have some experience with cats though, so I think you'll be fine! Seriously, cats are sort of the next level up from a goldfish as far as easiness. Should be fine.

I hope you and your new furbaby are super, super happy together! :)

u/moonrocks415 · 20 pointsr/MEOW_IRL

I have a cat that is a larger breed had the same problem with free feeding from a bowl. She was getting a few pounds overweight, losing energy to play or do anything and vomiting all over the carpet on a near daily basis after speed-eating (gross!)

I bought one of these bad boys about a year ago and ever since my cat eats slower and has drastically cut back 95% of the vomiting. Not only that, she has dropped a few pounds and is wayyyy more active around the house. Plus I think they enjoy playing with it lol. You might here little clinks throughout the day as the kibbles hit the next level, but overall a great stress-reducing investment for me.

u/fkaxtwigs · 14 pointsr/CatsAreAssholes

That tower is really nice, I have the same one for my cat!

u/slimsag · 13 pointsr/CatSlaps

The cat tree is this one: amazon link

I have one, and honestly they are not very good. The sitting areas at the top are super wobbly / don't really feel stable, even a lightweight cat will cause them to wobble. The wood is a low quality particle board like a thick cardboard. The carpet is a thin felt that provides almost no cushion.

I have two of these other ones and love them, though: link. I'd highly recommend those.

u/Enchelion · 12 pointsr/funny

It's not like this stuff is hard to install. The ceiling things just need a joist to screw into, or use a chandelier mounting system. You can buy a four-pack set of cat wall fixtures for $47. Or DIY with some basic tools (the carpets probably the most expensive part of these).

Nothing about the gif says the house is fancy. This looks like it could be a daylight basement in a 50's era suburb development.

u/flip314 · 12 pointsr/Blep

Not the same one OP has, but let me go ahead and recommend this one:

We've actually got 2 in our house right now, here's Ozzie enjoying one of them.

u/jrrhea · 12 pointsr/cats

It's still $81, at least in the US. I bought this exact tree too, my purchase history says in 2014. Still have it but it is in the spare room, they only use the top deck now to see it out of a high window. They never used the ladders, I took them off in the first week. I bought a newer and smaller tree for my living room area.

u/neonshizzy · 10 pointsr/cats

Just so ya'll are aware that this awesome kitty tower (I have the same one) Amazon sells these for a whopping $81!

You're welcome crazy cat people <3

u/Watchingpornwithcas · 9 pointsr/fatlogic
u/ambibot · 8 pointsr/Pets

I had this problem and you can make a heated bed for him to stay in the garage.
Something like this
Or if you have the money, Amazon sells one I bought for my cat a few years ago..
K&H Pet Products 3993 Outdoor Kitty House, 18 x 22 x 17-Inches, Heated - Olive

u/A_perfect_sonnet · 8 pointsr/cats

Amazon! This is the one I got but there are several on the market

Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree

u/QDKeck · 7 pointsr/cats

Try this Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree

Makes the kitty work for the food, drops small amounts at a time, making feeding time longer - might help. Good luck!

u/alkaliphiles · 7 pointsr/cats

My girlfriend's two cats go ballistic if there isn't food available at all times.

My cat eats til she pukes, too. To try and prevent that, we bought two puzzle feeders. My cat also tends to harass us until we go with her to monitor her eating.

Since we got the puzzle feeders, our cats eat a lot less food overall. But mine still needs a chaperone.

u/sciamatic · 7 pointsr/Atlanta

She should be fine until the 20th. Also, if she's just growling and hissing at your cats, then they'll probably adjust to each other in a couple of weeks.

But there are also heated cat houses on Amazon that're great for feral or stray cats. I have this one. It is NOT waterproof, so don't leave it uncovered, but it's great for outdoor kitties.

u/HGainRN · 7 pointsr/cats

I have it too and love it!

Go Pet Club Cat Tree, 50W x 26L x 72H, Beige

u/AndIMustFollowIfICan · 7 pointsr/malelivingspace

I got this one. It looks pretty decent, too bad my cat won't even touch it.

u/benjals_480 · 6 pointsr/cats

I actually just bought this one off amazon a few days ago, scheduled to get here friday, it appears to be the same one OP has.

$87 dollars right now so not cheap but not ~$200, hang around reddit long enough and you'll learn to never trust anything /u/Epiccyndaquil says

u/dare_dick · 6 pointsr/gifs

I bought 5 different scratching posts. 3 next to my couch and in front of places she used to scratch, 2 next to where she sits in the living room. She even likes to scratch one my suitcase in the bedroom, which I'm perfectly fine with it. I even brought it to the living room next to the couch.

She doesn't like any of that. Catnip doesn't have any effects on her either. I tried to pursue her with laser to shift her attention to other posts. She would scratch them for a bit then she walks away. :D

I love my cat and I'm not complaining in a bad way. I'm just trying to figure her out. That's all.

Edit: those are the posts I bought from Amazon

Edit: those are the posts I bought from Amazon:

u/itsronnielanelove · 6 pointsr/Pets

I thought this post did a fairly good job talking about costs.

A couple of notes: Please, for your sanity and the health of the kitten, spay her when appropriate. Unlike dogs, cats go into heat monthly until they become pregnant. During their heat they are loud, needy, and trying to escape to find a mate. Especially at night. Cats have a lot more health problems when they aren't spayed like Pyometra. I've read dogs need to wait until after their first heat, but this is untrue for cats. Most vets try to do it before the cat's first heat.

Also, please don't declaw your kitty. If you can start her early trimming their nails isn't hard and you can ask the vet to show you how. If her scratching is bad you can use soft claws which make it impossible for them to destroy things. We get a completely flat scratch box thing from walmart for like $10 that we can flip and it's pretty much the only thing she scratches.

Other things: All window blind strings are now toys. We tie ours up/ hide them behind the blinds so that our little lady can't mess with them.

Cats love to be higher up than you. I'm in a super small space so this cat tree is perfect for us. She can survey her kingdom without it taking up valuable floor space.

She ignores her bed at this point. Oh well.

Keep any of your supplies that are small enough to eat or toxic out of reach. Strings can be very dangerous for kitties too if ingested.

Good luck :)

u/theyear1200 · 6 pointsr/Pets

Your best bet is to feed him his meals in some sort of food puzzle.

I alternate my scarfing stray between these:

Food Tree

Fun Board

Treat Ball

And then sometimes I feed him pellet by pellet by literally just throwing his food down the hall for him to chase. He loves this, it gets him some exercise, and it forces him to eat much more slowly.

u/dnf007 · 6 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

I had good luck on Amazon. I've bought this one and Go Pet Club Cat Tree.

My little dude loves sitting on these and staring out the window at birbs and squirrels.

u/Thecatcountess · 6 pointsr/blogsnark

I’ve been there! Here are my ideas:

Maybe a glowing led dog collar or a reflective dog vest for night walking? A dog raincoat is nice to have in the rainy months.

Pet beds always seem to need replacing.

I know you said she has a good vacuum, but one year I bought my parents a roomba for pet hair. I also bought them an eye vac because they sweep their kitchen so frequently and I thought it might save them from having to bend over so often.

You could buy ornaments with their names on them or pictures if she doesn’t already have them. You could also consider having pet portraits made by an Etsy artist or from r/artstore & r/hungryartists .

I’ve purchased catnip bubbles after seeing many internet cats enjoying them. However, my old tortie was NOT impressed. She prefers an actual plant that she can murder. You could grab a few plants. Heated cat houses are also a thing.

When all else fails, animal lovers generally seem to appreciate donations in their honor to animal welfare charities. Good luck!

u/banana_kat · 6 pointsr/Pets

If you get a second cat you've got to name it Tomato.


No advice on whether or not to get a second cat, but on entertaining your cat when they're home alone:

-Leave the TV on Animal Planet

-Get some treat balls or puzzles to hide in different places around the house every day

-Rotate which toys are out instead of having them all out at once. That way they stay new and exciting.

-Get your kitty some nice window perches so she can look out the window.

u/oblivious1 · 6 pointsr/funny

No, that’s let me google that for you.

You can buy it here.

Or here.

Or on Amazon, here, thought it doesn’t seem to be available right now.

u/Lettuceout · 5 pointsr/Thisismylifemeow

I just ordered that exact one off of Amazon but in brown. Both my kitties love it. Won't break your bank either.

edit to add link:

u/petrifiedcattle · 5 pointsr/funny
u/letawookieewin7 · 5 pointsr/CatAdvice

I have two cats. One is a six-year-old male who I got from the Humane Society about four years ago. The other, a twelve-year-old female who I also got from the Humane Society about 5 months ago. My six-year-old male is gentle and seems to be okay with other animals. Introduced them slowly. He was okay with her after just a few days, but she would hiss and swat at him. It's now been five months and she still doesn't like him, but they are now able to co-exist. He generally avoids her and while I wish they were buddies, it just isn't going to happen. If he happens to get too close, she might still swat/hiss, but it's nothing that will really hurt him. They often lay in the bed together, but at opposite sides of the bed. She wears a calming collar (this type) and it does seem to help her mood. She can be affectionate with humans, but she can get quite anxious sometimes. You can also get the calming stuff as a diffuser or spray. Using the calming stuff, she tends to be less territorial and lashes out at him much less. I'd recommend that.

Also make sure to give them their own places where they can hideaway from one another; for example, I have a cat tree in my living room, a cat bed under my bed, a little cat bed in one of the windows, and a little cube thing the cats can crawl into to rest/sleep. I also have two automatic feeders set up beside one another, and they both are always side-by-side when eating...but only b/c they have to be b/c it dispenses the food at the same time.

I wouldn't worry too much though. Worse comes to worse, the most common result is they might not like each other, but they will at least learn to co-exist. My six-year-old male cat still seems generally happy and although she can be mean at times, I think he's just fine. Just give it time, and I think it'll be fine. Good luck!

Here's a photo of them: (six-year-old male bottom, female on chair).

u/brassmonkeyjunky · 5 pointsr/aww
u/EmeraldLight · 5 pointsr/cats

I have this one and my cats really like it.

u/toastypoptart · 4 pointsr/malelivingspace

One thing I did to "spruce up" my place was to get a cat tower that wasn't covered in carpet... having a wooden one makes it look more like furniture and a little classier, plus it stays cleaner!
this is the one I have.

u/mobscura · 4 pointsr/cats

You can say "No" or "Down" sternly when your cat goes somewhere you don't want him. You'll have to pick him and move him several times while you're saying this to get the message across.

Cats love to climb, so get him a tall cat tower and encourage him to use it. Pet him on it, give him treats/catnip while on it, etc.

Sleeping? Cats will sleep wherever they damn well please.

Claw trimming: Whenever you're petting/playing with him, massage and touch him paws gently. This will get him used to having his paws handled for trimming. Use a trimmer like this, and I recommend doing it when he's feeling lazy and sleepy. Gently push the claw out to trim it. Here is a good claw-clipping guide. You can always ask the vet to demonstrate if you're feeling unsure.

Handling the sand: Just scoop the lumps with something like this, put them in a plastic bag, tie the bag, throw it away, and wash your hands.

u/eyeamsauronreturns · 3 pointsr/cats

Looks like the same one that I have and I got it from Amazon.

u/b0302 · 3 pointsr/pokemon

Haha, sure thing ;) Here's the Amazon link.

u/taitycakes · 3 pointsr/cats

Perhaps some toys for indoors that might mimic the climbing and bugs and critters he might encounter outside, like a tree like this. You could probably build one yourselves with PVC, carpet scraps, wire, furniture staples, wood palettes, and a grocery store cat toy.

As for getting some fresh air, you could try harness training him and take him on little walks. And, you could always ask for some screens to be installed on windows and if you have a balcony, you can probably do a DIY screened-in.

You could also try to train him to stay away from the door when someone opens it. I saw it on Animal Planet one time (so take it with a grain of salt; this is basically third hand information) that they used a laser toy to direct the cat to the cat tree when they would leave and lock the door so it learned to stop hovering around the door when someone came and left.

If all else fails, give him a collar with ID AND chip him so that if he is found safe or otherwise, they'll contact you.

u/BrooBu · 3 pointsr/cats

I got it on Amazon! Shipped in 1 business day and was super easy to assemble. Looks like they are out right now though. I took a lot of time comparing different cat trees and this one had the best reviews and the company actually makes solid stuff (from a few other things I've purchased from them) and have good customer service!

u/squibbs47 · 3 pointsr/Frugal

Here is the one I purchased for $49. Saves time and only cost $9 more than OP's project.

u/Karen_Smith · 3 pointsr/cats

Here is the link to the cat tree in case you want to check it out.

u/shutupandsuckmyclit · 3 pointsr/mainecoons

We got it on Amazon. It's called the Refined Feline Lotus cat tower

u/bookworm326 · 3 pointsr/cats

This is the one I have and I love it and so do my boys...When I get home I can upload a video of them playing/fighting over top spot

u/Nistune · 3 pointsr/StartledCats

I also have this cat tree and ours love it. But we do have small cats.

Our tripod cat absolutely loves the basket thingy, and it's her main sleeping place, however our other cat who is slightly bigger doesn't like it. They both enjoy perching on the middle level, and our bigger cat loves the very top perch.

I would say it's good if you have medium/small cats but if you have huge boys parts will be a squeeze.

Here it is for anyone looking for it.

u/postc88 · 3 pointsr/SiberianCats

We have this one: Vesper Cat Furniture, Walnut, V-High Base

It’s on the smaller size (4 feet) but works well for our younger and adult Siberian. The top is a bit small for our adult Siberian but he still seems to love it and sprawls out on it even though he’s big for it. It is a nice looking tree and looks good in our house.

u/smoking-soup · 3 pointsr/Dogtraining

Go Pet Club Cat Tree, 50W x 26L x 72H, Beige

I literally just bought this and put it up a few days ago. 100% worth the money and I love it. My two cats sleep at the top and my 7 month lab/shepherd lost interest in them!

u/wpm · 3 pointsr/fatlogic

Not sure how well it would work for your kitties, but my roommate's cat got super chunky last year until my roommate bought one of those feeder tree things that forces the cat to knock food down from inside. Once he had to work for his food he stopped eating so goddamn much all the time.

u/watsoned · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

1.) [Something that is grey.]
( (Main WL)

2.) Something reminiscent of rain.

3.) [Something food related that is unusual.]
( (Feed Me WL)

4.) [Something on your list that is for someone other than yourself. Tell me who it's for and why. (Yes, pets count!)]
( (Niece/Nephews WL)

For my niece! Because she loves LEGO and she's obsessed with Little Mermaid.

5.) [A book I should read! I am an avid reader, so take your best shot and tell me why I need to read it!]
( (Books WL)

All of these! The characterization is so much fun, the mystery itself is great...I got addicted to this entire series.

6.) An item that is less than a dollar, including shipping... that is not jewelry, nail polish, and or hair related!


7.) [Something related to cats. I love cats! (keep this SFW, you know who you are...)]
( (Cats WL)

8.) [Something that is not useful, but so beautiful you must have it.]
( (Pipe Dreams WL)

9.) [A movie everyone should watch at least once in their life. Why?]
( (Movies WL)

It's the perfect 'coming of age' movie. Featuring two actors who are still active and well known, and two we lost too soon.

10.) [Something that would be useful when the zombies attack. Explain.]
A silent killer. Capable (I think) of skewering an undead brain. What more is there to explain? (Pipe Dreams WL)

11.) Something that would have a profound impact on your life and help you to achieve your current goals.

I have no goals right now. Sigh.

12.) [One of those pesky Add-On items.]
( (Main WL)

13.) [The most expensive thing on your list. Your dream item. Why?]
( (Pipe Dreams WL)

It's a major upgrade from the camera I have now. I have no USE for it since my camera is nice, but damn do I drool over it.

14.) [Something bigger than a bread box.]
( (Main WL)

15.) [Something smaller than a golf ball.]
( (Main WL)
Tiny Vivi!

16.) [Something that smells wonderful.]
( (Main WL)

17.) [A (SFW) toy.]

18.) [Something that would be helpful for going back to school.]
( (Main WL)

19.) [Something related to your current obsession, whatever that may be.]
( (Movies WL)


20.) [Something that is just so amazing and awe-inspiring that I simply must see it. Explain why it is so grand.]
( (High Priority WL)

It's the PS4. Any gamer worth their weight knows that this is going to be one of the grandest, most desirable gaming systems ever. The graphics are going to be just amazing and we'll be one step closer to games being so realistic that we feel like murderers while playing them.

ETA: fear cuts deeper than swords

u/iheartryo · 3 pointsr/Pets

We just got this one. There are a few different styles and come in a couple colors. We haven't had it long, but I don't have any complaints so far.

Vesper Cat Furniture, Walnut, V-High Base

u/WorldsSaddestCat · 3 pointsr/cats

Congrats on the new kitty!

Stuff I can think of:

  1. Interact with your cat a lot to get it socialized.

  2. Get a nice comfy bed, some toys, and a litter box. The. rule of thumb with litter boxes is to have one more box than cat. So, one cat and two boxes.

  3. Clean the litter boxes at least once a day.

  4. Find a good vet and emergency vet in your area.

  5. Get a scratching post if you value your furniture. I had one of [these](TRIXIE Pet Products Baza Cat Tree and my cat loved it.

  6. Don't cheap out on food. Nutrition is important.

  7. Consider pet insurance.

    I'm sure there's more stuff but that's all I can think of right now.
u/THScam2009 · 3 pointsr/kittens

Protip: Start cheap. Cats enjoy making you spend money on them, only to bat whatever you bought under the couch, and never touch it again.

You're definitely going to want a scratching post. a.) cats are going to scratch because it releases endorphins and keeps their claws nice and strong and pretty, and it's another way of territory marking b.) If you don't give them something to scratch, they will scratch what you didn't give them to scratch, i.e. your bed frame, your couch, your table legs, your couch cushions, your own legs, your Aunt Phillis, etc. Point is, I've never had a cat that didn't use a scratching post. You may have to show it to them a few times to get them used to it, but get something with a toy attached to the top, (like the one in the link below) and as soon as they start playing with it, and get their claws stuck in that glorious scratching post, they will fall in love with it.

This also takes care of your bed desire. If she/he doesn't like the bed (or the scratching post), then hey, you've still got a scratching post, (or a bed). My bet is, that once they start playing with that little toy on top, they will pass right out in that bed. (Also has some really great reviews.)

As for the cat tree, personally, I've always wanted one, but I've never had room for one. Try out something small like the thing I linked above, and see how they like it, and how they interact with it. If they like it, then you may want to spend some more coin on a big cat tree. If they never even look at it, then you might want to consider saving the money.

Hope this helps.


u/cutekick · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

If you just need a new cat scratcher than a 2x4 and some sisal rope will do you. I can second GoPetClub trees though. I got this crazy monstrosity for $75. Way more than my two cats needed but it was a preemptive apology for me getting a dog.

u/strobo-lights · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Thanks, its a Vesper cat tree, specifically:

Goes on sale very frequently

u/Evadguitar · 2 pointsr/cats
u/noxyrew · 2 pointsr/cats

Hi! Just wanted to add:

Best thing I ever invested in, was a cat tree! My cat absolutely loves it and I can't image our lives without it. Cats feel much more secure in their environments when they have higher ground they can get to. Here is an amazon link to a great brand:

Also, to combat an litter box issues, I would suggest investing in a nice litter pad for accidents or for tracking litter out of the box. I just bought this one ( It is pricey, I know, but it has made the clean up process so much easier.

Also, please please please invest in some quality cat food. I might get some flack for this from other Redditors, but quality cat food makes a difference (I have found that there is a heated debate about dry versus wet food and whether brands really make a difference). I have chosen to err on the side of caution and buy high quality food to prevent any future health problems. From the research I have done, a combination of dry and wet food is best, and it is not ideal to simply provide dry food for cats, since cats need to get water intake from the food they eat. Here is a good article suggesting some good brands (

u/readysteadyjedi · 2 pointsr/Frugal

Not to knock what you've done, but for $50 (and none of your time - you say this took a few hours) you could have got this from amazon, or this for $40.

u/Sinnocent · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Thanks for the opportunity!!

Cheapest: Nail Art 300 Pieces Gold & Silver 3mm Square Metal Studs, $0.42 at the time of posting.

There are a few items I really need/want (in order of importance):

u/fluffy_cat · 2 pointsr/dogs

I have had a cat for the last 13 years and we only recently got a puppy. At first the cat was scared and nervous, he hid upstairs and acted strangely for a while. Eventually, the cat got used to the puppy being there and started being aggressive and dominant towards the dog. The dog soon got the idea and started leaving the cat alone.

Now our pup is 7 months old and he and the cat tolerate eachother pretty well. The cat has adapted by spending more time on our counter, which we have had to allow, meaning he can be fed in peace and can escape the dog if he likes. The dog seems to like the cat and can get pretty excited to see him, but the cat can keep the dog at bay by hissing.

We are now comfortable with leaving the two alone in the same room for an hour or two, but they certainly aren't friends yet.


In response to your post, I think having a dog-free zone is an absolute necessity. If your cat can't escape from the dog to feel safe, I think they are much more likely to be aggressive. As well as potentially setting aside a room, also think about some kind of cat tree so that the cat can get used to being around the dog but be safe from being chased.

Naturally, this all depends on how relaxed your cat is. Some cats will be very tolerant of an excitable puppy but ours has probably got a bit too used to being away from threatening children/other animals.

u/Fortune090 · 2 pointsr/funny

My wife and I bought this exact tower (but black) when we only owned one cat. We have two now, but they love it. It's not as expensive as you'd think.

u/trampledbyriley · 2 pointsr/entwives

Adopting an adult cat is awesome! I personally have to use an acrylic bong, because my cat is the shove-it-off-the-counter-for-attention type, but that's just me, and it doesn't bother me. She likes to sit with me when I smoke, so I just blow it away from her. She's gotten smoke a couple times but it doesn't seem to bother her.

Also, I recommend this cat tree if you get a smaller cat. Ours was sturdy and didn't wear out very fast at all, ordering a new one.

u/MsDemacia · 2 pointsr/catpictures

Go Pet Club 62" Cat Tree Condo Furniture Beige Color

They don't use the little house, hammock, tube, or bowl because they're a little too big. But they love it otherwise!

u/tortiesrock · 2 pointsr/cats

I got a cat tree in Amazon a year ago it has aged well and my cats love it, I got this one from a different seller at my country:

u/EatYourPills · 2 pointsr/evilbuildings

I don't know about this particular one, but I got a really nice one on amazon for $90 and free delivery to my house, which was nice because it weighs a lot. Mine has little rooms with openings like this one but it also has open platforms that they like a lot better. My three cats love it. Here's the one I got Go Pet Club Cat Tree, 50W x 26L x 72H, Beige

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Frugal

That's cool, but a professionally made, high-quality 6.5' cat tower costs $100:

I got this when I rescued my kitten. It's amazing.

u/UnifiedAwakening · 2 pointsr/Frugal

I have one of these which I've owned for almost 3 years now(the one I bought is a different company and not Go Pet Club.

I just bought this massive thing about 2 months ago. Both trees are connected by a board bridge.

My youngest one loves the things and I placed a wooden board across from one to another for a bridge. If pics are wanted I can post some. They both get used and the first one has held up really well.

u/movingcenter · 2 pointsr/cats

Bought mine at Amazon for $78, 😭

Go Pet Club Cat Tree, 50W x 26L x 72H, Beige

u/mvartan · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

Vesper Cat Furniture, Walnut,...

It’s cute but the cats haven’t taken to it yet. I’ve had it for maybe 2 weeks

u/anbeav · 2 pointsr/cats

If you have construction skills they are likely easy to make but are far from flimsy, they are expensive but need to be of solid construction at least in my house where leaping from floor to the top is a thing and anything not sturdy would tumble.

This is the 2nd tower I bought him

The first was slightly smaller, fewer levels and maybe $70 if I remember correctly

u/Celany · 2 pointsr/keto

We already have 2, and two others that we tried and she figured out really quickly.

The problem with most of them is that she is capable of figuring out the "human" way of opening them/disassembling them, and somehow does it. Like, she's figured out how to operate latches and twist things that are twist-drop-locked into place.

These two, she just flips:

This one, she can remove the lid, and she can also slide the shelves around inside so the pop off and slide all the food out.

I really wish we had stupider cats.

ps: sorry for the cat hijack, y'all!

u/DevilishlyDetermined · 2 pointsr/bengalcats

Amazon has tons and tons of great cat trees.

I purchased this one: Go Pet Club 62-Inch Cat Tree

Pretty reliable and relatively easy to construct. My 10/11month old bengals both go nuts on it daily.

u/hloa12 · 2 pointsr/MildlyStartledCats

Go Pet Club 62" Cat Tree Condo Furniture Beige Color

It's really great but the little house and basket are too small for Oliver (13 lbs). He fits on the top and the middle platform and loves it. My kitten uses the rest.

u/Debilonia · 2 pointsr/beermoney
u/n0esc · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive


Seriously. No way would i pay what they seem to go for in the stores, and i agree they are horribly overpriced.

u/aardy · 2 pointsr/oakland

This is approximately what you want, and about $400! I'd imagine a custom one-off would end up being more than that.

u/normalnormalnormalno · 2 pointsr/cats

I'm considering this, but i think it could be excessively elaborate. Ive been wanting a cat for a years and finally felt comfortable adopting a couple of days ago, so I may be a little high.

u/catscraftsanddnd · 2 pointsr/cats

It's not uncommon for cats to not chew their food, but crushing it could help.

Another cause of the vomiting might be that she is eating her food too fast. Scarfing food too fast or scarfing/then drinking water can cause cats to vomit (drinking after eating causes the food to absorb the water and swell in size).

Observe how fast she is eating, and if that's the case look into getting her an enrichment feeder. It forces the cat to slow down on their eating.

You can also make DIY feeders.

u/tinyshadow · 2 pointsr/cats
u/msktty89 · 2 pointsr/TuxedoCats

Thanks for getting back to me. :)

It reminds me of the Lotus cat tower, though it's definitely different.

u/nerdybirdie · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Scavenger hunts are too much fun! I should be working! RAWR! Thanks for the fun break =]

1.) Something that is grey. My name is makeup and I am grey! WL

2.) Something reminiscent of rain. This color is called "Naughty Nautical". Nautical = water, water = rain. =D?? WL

3.) Something food related that is unusual. Pretty sure most people don't have teeney shaped veggie cutters. WL

4.) Something on your list that is for someone other than yourself. Tell me who it's for and why. (Yes, pets count!) This is for my two parrots! My quaker especially loves dried papaya. I'm teaching her how to fly right now and have been using food as a reward, but we ran out of papaya a couple of weeks ago, and our local bird store has been out of stock for a long time. Turns out that Whole Foods doesn't carry dried papaya either. Rawr! WL

5.) A book I should read! I am an avid reader, so take your best shot and tell me why I need to read it! The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. I had heard about this when the movie came out in English. I liked the movie and then moved on with my life. Come this spring, I found myself facing a LOT LOT LOT of driving by myself, so I started borrowing audiobooks from the library. I borrowed all three of these books and REALLY enjoyed them. It wasn't at all what I expected. They're murder mysteries with a lot of themes about violence against women. When I learned about the author, it became that much more interesting. The author wrote these books with the intention of making 10, but died after the third one. They found them after he died. The themes about sexual violence stem from a gang rape he witnessed as a teenager. He never forgave himself for not being able to help her, so he channeled all those emotions into his writing later in life. Anyway.....interesting stuff. Good books. I recommend them :)

6.) An item that is less than a dollar, including shipping... that is not jewelry, nail polish, and or hair related! Pfft.

7.) Something related to cats. I love cats! (keep this SFW, you know who you are...) If I was a cat, this would be my JAM!

8.) Something that is not useful, but so beautiful you must have it. Dresses are admittedly useful for avoiding public indecency charges, but not really useful beyond that. BUT LOOK AT THE RAINBOWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WL

9.) A movie everyone should watch at least once in their life. Why? Not on my wishlist (it's on American Netflix though!), but everyone should be aware of the impact of plastic on the environment and our bodies. Education is everything. Plus, there's a newborn baby at the end.

10.) Something that would be useful when the zombies attack. Explain. 1. Stab zombie in the skull. 2. ??? 3. Profit. The reviews rave that it's super sharp and doesn't stick so it probably wouldn't get stuck in their skull like other knives. WL

11.) Something that would have a profound impact on your life and help you to achieve your current goals. I don't know if I'd use the word profound, but it would sure help me out. A big passion of mine is learning to ID birds. I'm pretty good at most birds, but finding information on juveniles is VERY difficult sometimes. I've used this book before to help identify birds in hand, but I think the information regarding juvenile plumage would help me identify young birds from afar. It's even part of my job to identify birds! WL

12.) One of those pesky Add-On items. This is an Add-On item, but it's also a hair addon =P Not on my WL, but I'm losing my hair like crazy so I might have to look into these >.>

13.) The most expensive thing on your list. Your dream item. Why? This isn't the most expensive item on my list (that was #8), but it's the one that would help me the most! When I do field work, I tend to have a lot of gear on me at once, and the extra strain of binoculars around my neck tends to give me some really freaking sore muscles. A harness would be MUCH easier on my shoulders/neck/back. I start field work again in October, so I plan on buying it for myself by then anyway =] WL

14.) Something bigger than a bread box. EDIT A bread box is typically similar in size to a microwave. This is larger than the average bread box.

15.) Something smaller than a golf ball. I am smaller than a golf ball! WL

16.) Something that smells wonderful. This smells amazing!!! I'm infatuated with cinnamon, but had to stop using cinnamon Crest YEARS ago because I developed a bad reaction to it. This stuff is expensive, but the company is very environmentally responsible and I feel good giving my business to them. WL

17.) A (SFW) toy. This seems pretty SFW unless you're playing Cards Against Humanity. evil grin WL

18.) Something that would be helpful for going back to school. I used sticky notes all the time in school! WL

19.) Something related to your current obsession, whatever that may be. I've obsessed with birds since I was 11. I've been obsessed with rainbows forever. I'm currently obsessed with sushi. THIS IS ALL THREE! WL

20.) Something that is just so amazing and awe-inspiring that I simply must see it. Explain why it is so grand. Hear me out! This baby can keep ice for DAYS. Sitting out in the sun for hours on end? NO PROBLEM! YOU'LL HAVE ICE AT THE END OF THE DAY!! Seriously, Thermos needs to pay me for how much I rave about their stuff. My water bottle has still had ice in it after three days AND being refilled twice. No joke.

This beauty was made in OR.

fear cuts deeper than swords. She is my favorite character by far :)

u/Karebear921 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

1.) [Something that is grey.] (

2.) [Something reminiscent of rain.] (

3.) [Something food related that is unusual.] (

4.) [Something on your list that is for someone other than yourself. Tell me who it's for and why. (Yes, pets count!)] ( For my daughter, so she doesn't melt in the car.

5.) [A book I should read! I am an avid reader, so take your best shot and tell me why I need to read it!] ( Well, I haven't read this one yet, but I read her last book, Me Before You, a few months ago and LOVED it.

6.) [An item that is less than a dollar, including shipping... that is not jewelry, nail polish, and or hair related!] (

7.) [Something related to cats.] (

8.) [Something that is not useful, but so beautiful you must have it.] (

9.) [A movie everyone should watch at least once in their life. Why?]
( Because Colin Firth.

10.) [Something that would be useful when the zombies attack. Explain.] ( Well, if I had to survive on my WL items alone, I would surely die. BUT, I figure this could at least come in handy to cook over open fires and it is the most weapon-like thing on my list.

11.) [Something that would have a profound impact on your life and help you to achieve your current goals.] ( Gotta get off the baby weight!

12.) [One of those pesky Add-On items.] (

13.) [The most expensive thing on your list. Your dream item. Why?] ( Maybe not my dream item, but the most expensive for sure. My husband and I love biking, but right now I'm sidelined since we have a 1 year old. This would let us all go!

14.) [Something bigger than a bread box.] (

15.) [Something smaller than a golf ball.] (

16.) [Something that smells wonderful.] (

17.) [A (SFW) toy.] (

18.) [Something that would be helpful for going back to school.] ( If you are going to school to become a baker.

19.) [Something related to your current obsession, whatever that may be.] ( Making my own sprouted nut butters!!

20.) [Something that is just so amazing and awe-inspiring that I simply must see it. Explain why it is so grand.]
( Because tiny Super Friends in cars are awesome for raising a baby nerd. (On a related note, this question made me realize that I am boring and practical.)

fear cuts deeper than swords

u/BendersMom · 2 pointsr/RandomKindness

Go Pet Club 62" Cat Tree Condo Furniture Beige Color

This one might work and it's a little more than half the one you were looking at 😉

Edit: Your Kitty's eyes are beautiful!

u/MobiusTech · 2 pointsr/hometheater

Go Pet Club 62" Cat Tree Condo Furniture Beige Color

u/Autumn-Moon · 2 pointsr/cats

It's an attachment piece for Kitty City. I bought mine in a Walmart store for under $20. You can buy separate pieces and make a big jungle gym for them! There's different ones you can buy/make. It gets expensive though so I only bought that 1 piece.

Here is another photo of them enjoying it!

u/LollyHutzenklutz · 2 pointsr/StartledCats

If you’re still checking this post, here’s the link! It’s $65 (plus shipping if you don’t have Prime - thankfully I do), which is pretty good for the size and quality. My cats don’t use the hammock or tiny cubby holes, but otherwise really love it.

u/OK_Desktop · 2 pointsr/cats

A bit flimsy but super easy to assemble/disassemble. Snowball loves it!

u/jenntasticxx · 2 pointsr/cats
u/OakTeach · 1 pointr/cats

Get her one of those cat feeder toy things. My friend with formerly bored/insane city cats swears by these kinds of things.

u/val319 · 1 pointr/Eyebleach

Actually many posts aren't even wood. I've had 15-25 lb cats end up with Eiffel towers because the posts are cardboard and plastic. I called to buy a replacement and was told it was $20. I ended up getting round wood posts (cutting and drilling holes) and untreated sisal rope and wrapped it. I like the velvet fabric. I hate sherpa. I upgraded to 2 nicer ones at Christmas. She loves the one and doesn't care much for the second one. There are reasonable ones on Amazon. This one was nice but you can't remove the ladder (it won't be stable). Go Pet Club 62-Inch Cat Tree the top post is plastic and cardboard and will have to be replaced if you have a big cat later. The basket was good to hold toys.

u/CourtingEvil · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Dang girl!

I just got this cat tree for my cats. They love it! I think it's of a pretty good quality, and if they rip it up at all, I can fix it quite cheaply and easily.

You seem to have very similar tastes in video games as me, so I would recommend either the Mass Effect Series or Rune Factory 4. I haven't played Rune Factory 4, but I've loved the other games in the series and I think you might also really enjoy it!

I'm indecisive, too, so I'll probably end up buying myself a ton of games & movies once I'm back home

Edit: Forgot to put an item in my original post

u/allworkbizness · 1 pointr/Dogtraining

We bought this monster castle from Amazon. It's $120 now but I think we paid $99 at the time. Well worth it at either price. 2 cats, and the both love it. Gets them high off the ground, out of dog range. Huge. You need a good 3x3 spot for it at least.

u/JTK89 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My goodness we could be twinsies. We seem to have the same taste in cat trees for one thing. I don't know about you, but I picked that specific tree because my little guy likes to explore high spaces, and loves hiding in boxes. So between the height and the enclosures, it seems perfect.

As for an item off my list I'd like, this weight watchers cook book would be perfect. The used one, of course.

u/justanotherkatlady · 1 pointr/cats

Would a slow feeder toy be a possibility? I let my cats forage food out of one and it's legit just sit and use one paw to get the food out.

This is pretty much my cat arsenal. Not sure if these will work with your man but figured i'd put them out there. I also buy cat sticks for them to chew on but usually you have to supervise them because big chunks get chewed off.

Links: Slow Feeder Toy Springs. Cat Wand. Wand Attachments. Wand Attachments 2. String Wand. Tower Feeder

u/theRacistEuphemism · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Lol, I got this one but my cat is small and slim (9lbs). When I bought it, I was also living with a bigger and clumsier 13lb cat and he liked it too, but I don't know how well it holds up to any bigger. Back then it was against a wall and would shake a bit when the 13lber jumped on it. It's free standing now and doesn't shake when the 9lber jumps on it, but generally speaking she's always been a better and more graceful jumper anyway.

u/flyguysd · 1 pointr/funny

You got the wrong one. Got this thing a year ago and it's the best quality one I've ever seen.

u/Jamistheman · 1 pointr/pics

Probably Army-Navy Surplus... Or maybe just amazon

u/LadyVanya · 1 pointr/PetBehavior

The cat sounds like it's bored and has pent up energy. Pets are like little toddlers: If you dont entertain them, they will do it themselves and it can be destructive at times. Here are some things you can help redirect and expand say energy:


Perches/things to climb/scratch

These are just some ideas. Also go to your local pet store. If the cat doesn't like the new toy, usually they will let you return the toy for a full refund.

u/autumngirl6289 · 1 pointr/blackcats

His favorite place for sleepins.

Go Pet Club Brown 62" Cat Condo F68

u/creeperkitty · 1 pointr/aww

Kitty City Steel Claw Mega Kit Cat Furniture

I have to put it back together a lot so we had to kind of reinforce it.

u/akiyineria · 1 pointr/cats

Is it this feeder? I've used it when my cats were kittens and we were free-feeding. This allowed both our cats to eat their fill. They've both mellowed out and learned to share both dry and wet food so we don't have to worry as much anymore, but maybe the feeder will help!

u/ownagebyte · 1 pointr/funny

I just got the same one for our little one and she LOVES it. When she sleeps in the little bed the cat in the main video jumps from, is the sweetest.

Obligatory picture of her

u/Talon125 · 1 pointr/cats

Super cheap on amazon hey? $100 including shipping. The thing is massive.

Or if you like blue

u/Rich_Nix0n · 1 pointr/Pets

I have a fully grown cat who is ~16 lb (ideal weight is 14.5 so he's not Jabba the Hut fat) and he hasn't come close to knocking it over, even when he jumps from the top perch. I've had this cat tree for two years and haven't had any issues.

u/vannah08510 · 1 pointr/cats

Let her into your room! She'll be much happier with more space. I highly recommend having a cat tree or two in your place. Give her a box to hide in. Or even try one of these out!

KOJIMA Shark Round House Puppy Bed with Pet Bed Mat, Small to Medium (Gray, Small)

Don't prevent her from hiding, but do challenge her once in a while to be comfortable in different rooms and open spaces.

Try the toy distraction on your 2 year old cat. That's what I meant. If she's showing aggression, it's one of the best ways to distract her from the cat who's more shy.

Make sure the new cat isn't doing anything to provoke your 2 year old cat. If she is, that behavior will need to be adjusted before the 2 year old cat can be comfortable with her.

100% agree on the tuna. If you'd like to learn about cat nutrition, I highly recommend for its active forums and articles on feline nutrition (they can also give great input on behaviors)

Here are two nutrition articles to get you started:

You'll find that grain free high protein wet/raw foods are best for your babies as unlike people and even dogs, cats are obligate carnivores. (Here is some of that science: )
My recommendation is making a small trip to an independent pet food store (not petco, petsmart, or even pet supplies plus) Take a look on yelp for good ones in your area. (Just search for pet food stores) If there are none, try They sell all sorts of pet foods (you can filter by grain free) The forums on thecatsite are very good in terms of discussion of different commercial and home-made food options. (As you might be able to tell, I've done a lot of my own research!)

But yes. You are correct. Plain tuna does not contain the amount of Taurine (that's just one or the major ones) cats need to thrive. Fish generally is something you should stray from due to high mercury content and addictiveness. (Dry food is also very addictive and contributes most to obesity, digestive issues, UTIs, urinary crystals, and more)

And good! Yes, be creative in your ways to distract her! If she's not enjoying her favorite toy, try a new one. (Cats love Da'Bird and similar long (~3 ft) fishing pole type toys. ) Check out these links.

GoCat Da Bird Rod and Feather Cat Toys, Assorted Colors

Cats really jump for these types of long fishing pole toys that use feathers or other fur like parts. I do recommend always having a handy supply of strong duct tape to fix minor issues and strengthen the parts of well-used toys. (I had to tightly reinforce the end of the rod that connects to the string so the end piece holding the string wouldn't come off)

Petmate Jackson Galaxy Cat Crawl Solid Tunnel, Green/Orange

Great space for stalking and hiding during play

Nature In Hand Cat Play House with Catnip and Scratcher (Cat Scratching House)

Triple function hide, stealth play, and cardboard scratcher. I have one that my cat loves! You can sometimes find seasonal looking ones on clearance at local pet stores (I have a gingerbread xmas themed one that I got on clearance for half the price on amazon) Cardboard scratchers, to me, are a must. Whether it's something like this or just by itself.

Nano Robotic Cat Toy (White/Blue)

This one is great if you have hard wood or tile floors. Otherwise, pass.

The idea here is to give them more enrichment, hide space, and ways to play.

That said, having more vertical space is also a really good idea.

You know how cat trees (especially the 6 ft ones) are like 200 dollars at pet stores?
Check this out:

Go Pet Club Cat Tree, 50W x 26L x 72H, Beige

BestPet CT-9073 Cat Tree Scratcher Play House Condo Furniture Toy, 73-Inch, Beige

You can find more on amazon. Groupon or eBay are also good sources. Your cats will be more comfortable if they can observe their territory from a high place rather than hiding behind a toilet. I really do think it would help give them more confidence. You could even install cat shelves on your walls if you want to. But a cat tree(or two!) goes a long way!

Give them their own favorite places to occupy so that they are better able to share their space.

u/illiadria · 1 pointr/AnimalsBeingJerks

$87 on Amazon with free Prime shipping. And now officially on my two cats wish list!

We have one we got off eBay that is 84" inches tall for $60, but it's very unstable so I anticipate replacing when they get bigger. We have it wedged next to the treadmill for added stability.

u/BrachiumPontis · 1 pointr/news

Nah, gotta go online for that.

u/enumeratedpowers · 1 pointr/AbsoluteUnits

You guys, I have found the perfect cat tree: Armarkat A7202 72-Inch Cat Tree,...

No wobblies, no failure points. Approved by all 5 major cat personality types.

u/HungryErbertHS · 1 pointr/aww

Thanks! That's a cat tree for special treats. Here's the Amazon link:
Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree

u/_pineapplesinmyhead_ · 1 pointr/ragdolls

We really like the feaandrea cats trees on amazon! We got this one for our boy. We’re already thinking about getting this bigger one next and putting the smaller one in the living room since he loves being on the perch so much. I find it very sturdy and there is also a strap that you can screw into the wall.

u/Legirion · 1 pointr/Blep

If you're curious, I own this one

Go Pet Club 62" Cat Tree Condo Furniture Beige Color

u/Jcmonnett · 1 pointr/CatAdvice

I had the same issue with my cat eating a lot and puking afterwards. My other cat never had this issue. I bought them a CatIT Food Tree and it really helped slow them down and also keeps them busy!



So far it has been working great for me with the occasional puking here or there from hairballs. Not so much from Food anymore.

u/baethan · 1 pointr/CatAdvice

I'll link you the ones I've had that I can find...

The go pet 72" tree has been our longest lasting one, looks to be $77. It has the stupid ramps, but overall is a pretty good design imo. My cats have not been interested in the lower "condo", but one does use the upper condo.

This is our most recently bought tree, the armarkat 74", which I don't recommend. It's not sturdy: the base is very small, and the two posts in the top half are right on top of each other.

I'll hunt around and see if I can find the model one of our cats peed on found it! It was also an armarkat. If you look at the picture, see that platform on the lower right, with short post and mini platform on it? Yeah that cracked in half pretty fast, it's only supported on one side. One of my cats also peed in the hammock, but she really loved sleeping in it until then.

u/tuxzedo · 1 pointr/funny

FUCKKKK I have one on the way from amazon RN. But the reviews are pretty good I also read to put some wood glue under all the parts that you can and under the boxes to make it more durable.

u/johnnybluejeans · 1 pointr/cats

It feels pretty sturdy, I'm pleased. Frank is a big boy who weighs about 18lbs so we searched for something that could accommodate large cats.

u/Kytaria · 1 pointr/bengalcats

This is the one we got. Seems to fit just about any cat.

u/socialpronk · 1 pointr/AskWomen

Little off topic, if your cat is throwing up regularly and not due to any specific medical issue it's often just from eating too fast. I scatter kibble across the floor, or put it in a food dispenser, to slow them down. The Petsafe Fishbowl, a cut open tennis ball, Busy Buddy Twist and Treat, or similar food toy. Or there are neat towers like this one that my cats love.

u/DiscoKittie · 1 pointr/childfree

This is honestly the best way to stop being CF! I have fur babies myself and they are great.

Make sure she has something to claw and climb on, or she will claw your furniture. I have one kind of like this, and one of these. They help a lot. If you can't afford them, there are alternatives. :) And lots of toys. Things they can bat around, ones that look like fishing poles, that kind of thing.

Good luck!! Post pictures!!

u/catcatcatblue · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ask me about my wiener
Do you have a cat? If so, the thing you should be adding to your wishlist is this adorable cat tree.
(if you don't have a cat I would still like to hear about any other pets you have or have had)

u/the_dropout_ · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These are all super similar to cat trees I've made:

Window hammocks are also pretty swell. And you can buy grass patches online!! If you decided to do a cat tree (which will give you lots of options for height and hidey holes) make it yourself!! Store bought ones are generally crap. All you need is PVC pipe, nails, boards, and carpet scraps (which can often be gotten for supa cheap at carpet installation places)

u/harmlessmusic · 1 pointr/pics
u/itsmyotherface · 1 pointr/Pets

like this?

Refined feline stuff looks great, but is expensive AF.

u/hellosprocket · 1 pointr/cats

The image of filing a cat's nail is just adorable, for some reason :)

We've had a few scratchers over the years that the cats have really been into:

This cat tree was a big hit and has lots of scratching posts. Both cats also love this bed - they usually give it a good scratch and then settle in for a nap!

u/twanky · 1 pointr/Pets

Agreed on the Armarkat brand trees. I bought [this] ( for my cat and she absolutely loves it. Easy to assemble, reasonably priced, and fast delivery are all huge bonuses as well. Now my cat goes 3 places; her bed in my room, the food area, and the tree.

u/HeroinChic1 · 1 pointr/funny

So is the downvoted guy right here or not? I happened to buy a cat tree from Amazon like 2 days ago lol. RUH ROH.

Edit: oh btw I got this one. Great reviews so surely it's fine. And my dad is a builder so that'll help lol. :)

u/MoriSummer · 1 pointr/AnimalsBeingJerks

They're pretty sturdy boards. Very heavy.

On my phone, don't know how to format that. But that's what I bought. It actually arrived in four days. Crazy.

u/rabidstoat · 1 pointr/cats

I'm a fan too. I and several friends have this big bad boy, but they have smaller ones too. Actually, I have a smaller one of theirs upstairs and the bigger one downstairs. They aren't the most stylish but they get the job done.

Mine have stood up pretty well. The smaller one is a bit less steady than the bigger one, probably because it has a smaller base compared to height. It also probably wasn't put together as well.

I wouldn't call them the sturdiest of cat trees, though. Mine have held up relatively fine, except that the sisal has come unwrapped on one of the posts. And though the mice-on-a-string on mine have held up surprisingly well despite getting beat up routinely, most everyone else I know have had their mice strings break from cat abuse.

Still, they're my favorite, they are relatively cheap for the size and my cats seem to love leaping about them. They are second only to window perches for things that my cats enjoy.

u/ColonelBewbs · 1 pointr/StartledCats

I got it on Amazon actually, the boyfriend and I had fun putting it together.

Bought it "used" for cheaper but got it looking like new.

P.s. sorry about the late response I logout of my account to change what might I see on the front page.

u/muffinless · 1 pointr/AskNYC

Agree - have one delivered. I got this one from Amazon last year. Couldn't be happier with it. It's well constructed, easy to put together and very sturdy.

u/Thorikon · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here is my story. I have 12 cats, and they are the most awesome valentines because they us even when we are sick. I'd love to get them this:

I wanted to share the below product from with you

Also, here's a cool pic of our #1 dude, Elvis!


u/sluttylunalovegood · 1 pointr/CatAdvice

My cat loves this toy. He plays with it independently so he is much less needy when I get home from work. Cat towers also keep cats occupied because they love to climb. You can also keep him entertained with a feeding puzzle like this one. You seem to have a good play schedule, but maybe your cat just needs more mental stimulation! I understand you need to respect your roommates space, so hopefully adding some of these things into the cats life will help!

u/mrsoojay · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

If only they didn't look so ugly. This is the only one I've seen that I could stomach seeing every day, but that price is a bit over the top.

u/lynnrr · 1 pointr/cats

I got mine on Amazon (free shipping!)

And yeah, beware the toys on a string!

u/kittenfurcoat · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ohh my gosh I love the iPhone 4/4s case, as well as the wallets! Beautiful. My current favorite thing on Amazon is this cat tower: because it is modern and so much more aesthetically pleasing than all of the other cat towers I've seen! However, it is also much more expensive, which is why I don't have it yet...

u/Zosma82 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My kitties love their hammock! They are always fighting over who gets to use it. All my furbabies here :)

u/itskay · 0 pointsr/pics