How easy is it for the cats to maneuver between one tier to the other if they're directly stacked onto each other? And do they actually use the ladder?
Armarkat Premium Cat Condo Faux-Fur-Covered Pet Furniture
Give your cat a place to have fun with this premium cat furniture. This durable pet toy is covered in beige faux fur and features a double base that can hold up to 70 pounds of weight. It is also made of pressed wood that can be assembled with ease.
- Give your cats a place to play with the Amarkat premium cat condo
- Beige faux fur-covered pet toy includes doubled base and holds up to 70 pounds
- Pet furniture is made of pressed wood and is easy to assemble
- Post diameter: 3.5 inches
- Overall dimensions: 32 inches (L) x 24 inches (W) x 84 inches (H)
- Perch dimensions: 16 x 16 inches
- Base dimensions: 24 x 24 inches
- House dimensions: 14 x 14 x 12 inches
- Step-by-step instructions included
- Model No.: X8303
|Dimensions||32 in. L x 24 in. W x 84 in. H|
|Materials||fabric, presswood, plywood, sisal rope|
|Type||Cat Tree Scratcher|
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this is quite possibly the sturdiest cat tower i've ever seen. there's no cardboard/soft boards around here. everything is durable at least 1/4" thick wood. it's heavy as hell and won't tip over, even with my 18 lb boy and 12 lb girl going to town on it. best purchase for my cats ever: and 100% worth double what it's selling for on here.Read More
Lets face it, what cat doesn't have plans of world domination (or getting to that toy mouse on a string)? Fittingly, such cats need a lair to plot their nefarious schemes. A 7 foot, 6-tier faux shag and sisal tower is just the thing! Seriously my 10 yr old is an active cat but I believe an indoor only cat needs new and different stimulation's. Hands down he loves this. At 16 lbs he needs to lose 3 or so to be at his ideal weight. I say all this because as a bigger cat this furniture is proving to be worth every penny for its' solid construction and materials. It took me less than an hour to assemble and yes, please do adjust the hex head bolts after the initial play time. It doesn't need constant re-adjustment but my Dizzy is using it quite a lot. He LOVES the little house in the middle, again well designed and constructed. He's made it to "Level 5" by shimmying up the sisal covered pylons and swinging his back legs over the top, like an action hero with whiskers. I am not one of these people who writes online reviews unless I totally love the product; I am also a devoted steward for my boy so it's with that sentiment that I say Bravo! for a GREAT piece of cat furniture. A bargain and an enjoyable, safe fun place for your cat to scheme and sleep. What more can you ask for?Read More
My cat has been marking my house over the last year. After watching My Cat From Hell I was encouraged to purchase more items to help my cat feel she had her own places within my home to call her own. I bought this product based on other reviews. The product arrived just a couple of days after I ordered it. The directions were very simple and I was able to assemble quickly. I have not attached the ladder. The ladder was the only part I have had difficulty with. My cat usually takes months to adjust to new things, but I put a few cat treats and some cat nip on this tree and she was on it immediately. I love how little space this tree takes up and how tall the tree is. It will allow my cat to observe the room from any height she chooses. I am very happy with this purchase!Read More
I was looking for a tall tree for not a lot of money. This one is huge but not too wide. The top level is about a foot below the ceiling. The cat loves it. She was climbing it before I had it half built. The carpet covering is very fuzzy, it's shag, not flat. It wasn't hard to build and seems like it will hold up well. I didn't attach the ladder, my cat climbs it just fine without it - makes her work a little harder. It comes with a rope and dangling toys, which she also likes. Overall, a great product. Came in two very heavy boxes.Read More
I'm very happy with this cat tree. It is very sturdy, which is a plus since my cat likes to get a running start before jumping on things. She has been known to knock over chairs. She had a little trouble navigating between the top platforms at first, but now she has the hang of it. Also the toy on the elastic string didn't last for long. She ripped it right off and spread its stuffing all over the room. I tied a jingle-ball to the string and she loves it. This tree is actually covered in a short, soft fur instead of carpet. I wasn't expecting that and I definitely prefer it. It was very easy to build. The instructions were very clear pictures and easy to follow. I did end up leaving off the top platform, because it would have been too tall for my space. Great product.Read More
This cat furniture is awesome . It is the tallest piece I have ever seen . If your house cat or cats love to climb , this is the next best thing to climbing a tree outdoors . They went straight to the top , the highest place to perch . They also like the condo space . It is very sturdy & stable . I love it & so do my cats. You won't be disappointed .Read More
I bought this cat tree because it is tall, my other tree was much shorter. The cats' like going to the top tier and hanging out or sleeping. They were having a hard time for awhile getting back down, because the tiers' aren't staggered, they are stacked up evenly upon the next, making climbing down a challenge. I have this tree next to my refrigerator, which has a microwave on top, so the cats' walk from the top tier to the microwave and from there can go down to the second tier, making the descent easier. The cats' can still go down without having to use the microwave for assistance, the calm female can do it easier than the male kitten, he usually flips as he tries to climb down but catches himself on the rope column. Climbing down is getting easier as the cats' are getting more framiliar with the tree. The faux fur seems to be good quality, it hasn't been coming off even as the cats' play on the tree. All the parts were in the two boxes', along with the hardware. Nothing was damaged, the columns and boards are sturdy and good quality. The delivery came in two days, for two large, heavy boxes I was surprised. I've never had anything delivered so fast! My kittens' are 9 and 10 pounds, and both go to the top and sleep together. They both play fight on the top and middle tiers and the tree is sturdy, the columns wont give, the material is built well, it definitely will not topple over, even as they get bigger. This tree is a great product, the cats' like it.Read More
Very sturdy, have 3 cats - the energetic one loves this cat tree and runs up and down it all the time and sleeps on the top. Don't we worried about the quality it's really good and great for the price.Read More
I can't finish assembling this tree because it's a bit too tall for my ceiling, 84" is NOT 72" no matter how you look at it. HOWEVER, I have no issues with it without the top two tiers - I plunked a tier on top of the "room" and it's just fine. I needed something at least 60" high because Tux is a very long cat and when he reaches up to stretch, he gets to 42". Not wishing him to easily tip it over, I opted for tall (maybe too tall, but more than tall enough). It came in two boxes and was not difficult to put together except for the ladder. Mine arrived slightly more bent than the ones shown in the photos and so far I've only been able to attach one screw. All the parts were there, nothing shorted. The wrench is a bit on the flimsy side but I used a different tool to get better leverage as the wrench is only needed for the ladder attachment. I'll be writing to customer service about this difficulty and seeing if they have any suggestion. There were not many staples showing in the sisal. The covering seems adequate - it's faux fur instead of carpet which can get pulled apart by kitty claws and according to my research faux fur is preferable. The heavy-weight components assemble easily for the most part and tightly without too much effort by this 66 yo woman.Read More
This is my second Armarkat tree. The first is over three years old and has little to no signs of wear-and-tear. However, I thought my youngest needed another place to get away after a new addition to the household, so I chose this tree as it had the most height with the smallest footprint. It is very sturdy. I noticed no wobbling as I put it together. From the front it looks like all of the top tiers are the same size and one on top of the other. However, while they are the same size, the holes are not centered, so if you want, you can stagger them so the cat doesn't need to climb straight up to get to the top. Unfortunately, so far, I am the only one in the household who appreciates this tree. Not one of my three cats took kindly to being placed on it and immediately sought a way down, which leads to my one complaint. The ladder rests almost flush with the tree, rather than at an incline, so it does not attract the cats as a way up or a way down. All three jumped from the condo tier to the floor, which bothers me. I am hoping I can find a way to get them interested in it and then they'll figure out the best way up and down without risking injury.Read More
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Hello lynnelee23, your cat will have all kind of fun. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
It took my cats about a week to climb down comfortably. One cat is more calm and she climbs down easier than the male kitten. He looked around from the top meowing and looking at each side not knowing what to do. He would start to climb down headfirst and would flip but catch himself on a column or the faux fur. I was afraid and almost took the top tier off because he came close to flipping and falling as he tried to climb down, but after 2 weeks he is much more confident and climbs down much easier. It took a while for both cats' to framiliarize themselves to the tiers' and are much better about getting down now. It seemed the ladder was just in the way so I took it off for about a week. I put it back on just to see if they would use it, otherwise I was going to toss it. After a few days' I noticed one cat uses it a lot. She sits on the second platform and leans to the ladder sticking her head and front paws through and sits there. They also climb up it so I left it on.
How much does it weigh?
This item weighs 34 pounds.
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