Published at Saturday, February 03rd, 2018 - 07:18:38 AM. . By Parker Nevarez.
When choosing a cat climbing tree, make sure the base is wide and heavy enough to prevent tipping when the cat is bouncing around at the top. One way to test this is reach to the top (if you can) and see how hard it is to pull out of vertical. Obviously, you do not want to be standing on the base when you do this. If it moves easily, this is not a tree you want.
Sleep - How many times have you "lost" your cat inside your own home? They love to hide in tight, cozy, out-of-sight places. Often you find her in the same spot. A cat tree house will give her a place of her own. Many cat trees come with at least one "cabin", or enclosed sleeping area. Some come with hammocks or perches with edges for snoozing in the open. All are carpeted or covered in faux fur or faux fleece so they are cozy for your furry little friend. Some come with removable, washable plush beds or you can add one of your own.
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