Your fancy feline deserves only the best, and a little space to call home. To help you create the snazziest custom cat condo, we’ve researched a variety of new and bestselling products. The top 10 cat tree reviews are below. It’s time to jazz up the place, and give Whiskers a deluxe suite where she can play or just relax and look at you disapprovingly. Before we get started, here’s what you need to know when shopping for cat trees for large cats.
Tiers - Let Kitty reach for the stars -- or at least the catnip on top of the refrigerator – with high quality cat trees with a tier or two. We took a look at durable cat perches that stay low or go way up.
Scratch Post - Cats need to scratch for many reasons, and the best quality cat trees offer a place for them to do it comfortably. Think about it: the best cat scratch posts come with a comfy bed ready to go next door!
Condo - The best cat trees for multiple cats also come with multiple condos, or perches, to let each purring tabby or Siamese have their own throne. We’ll let you know how many condos come on every cat tree we review.
Hanging Toys - After a long day of harassing the dog, staring out the window, and begging for treats, cats need a little R&R. Others are just getting started, and that’s why we also included the number of hanging toys available to your furry friends.
Color - While many cat trees come in that classic beige, there are some more vivid options available. Just keep reading! We’ll let you know if that new pet accessory will match the couch when it’s stationed in your own home.
Dimensions - Cats come in all sizes, and so do their toys. We reviewed a variety of cat trees in a number of different dimensions, so check with us to see if your favorite pick comes in a size that makes sense.
Now that you’re excited to see the choices we’ve got ready for you, let’s get right to the reviews. Soon, you can have a new piece of furniture that doubles as the playroom, nap room and bedroom for your beloved cat. They’re going to love getting that little extra dose of independence. You’re going to love watching them climb and play. If you’re short on time, take a look at the top pick and budget pick. Let’s get started!
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Jennifer Trimbee, a lead researcher and writer at GeekWrapped, is an expert writer with many years of experience. Jennifer writes about technology, sports, outdoor, and gear products.
Article last updated on:
September 30, 2019