How big is this cat tree? I have a studio apt and I want to make sure it doesn't take up the whole room! I can't tell by the picture or measurements
Go Pet Club Beige Cat Tree Furniture
This Go Pet cat tree is the perfect place for your pet to hang out, or climb. The posts are covered in sisal rope and the tree features two perches and one large cat condo.
ITEM#: 13998667This Go Pet cat tree is the perfect place for your pet to hang out, or climb. The posts are covered in sisal rope and the tree features two perches and one large cat condo.
- Color: Beige
- One ladder
- Posts covered by natural sisal rope
- Covering material: Faux Fur
- Board material: Pressed wood
- Overall size: 21 inches wide x 21 inches long x 52 inches high
- Base board size: 19 inches wide x 19 inches long
- Size of condo: 12 inches wide x 12 inches long x 10 inches high
- Top of two perches: 11.25 inches in diameter
- Easy to assemble with step by step instruction and tools included
|Materials||wood and faux fur|
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Great product. My only complaint is that the attached swinging toys get ripped off instantly.Read More
I bought for my 12 week old kitten, thinking he would use it for a very long time. Within 3 months my Turkish Van was too big for it. He would run and then jump on it and it would rock. If you have a large breed kitten pass on this tree but if you have a small breed cat then this tree would be fine. The cubby is not adequate for my breed of cats.Read More
If the cat was small enough to fit in and on all the items. My cat is thin but large and she falls off all the platforms. Loves to scratch the towers and that's always a good thing.Read More
For the price, this is an excellent tree for a small to average sized cat. I would NOT recommend it for larger guys and girls tho! Easy to assemble other than 1 piece that MUST go in a certain direction for the connections to fit in - and that piece is not marked. You got it, I put it in the wrong way! The hidey box would not be roomy enough for a large cat and I think it would be top heavy with a big guy up high. I wish the ramp had a lower connection also but that's minor and I could add it on my own. All-in-all a great purchase.Read More
My two fairly good sized cats love it . The two perches work for them. I would suggest slightly larger perches as it would make it more comfortable otherwise it is a good place for them to hang out. They use the scratch posts as well. Only one cat has sat in the house?Read More
I really like this cat condo. It's not only functional, but pretty to look at. It was very easy to put together. My only drawback is my cat has a large frame, is 12 1/2 lbs and does not easily fit on the perches or in the cubby. Her head hangs out one end and her hind end out the other. It's quite comical. She kind of teaters on the perches. I would highly recommend this condo for cats 10 lbs and under, but not bigger than that.Read More
My cat is 4 years old, medium-large size. We've had her since she was a kitten and noticed lately she's been jumping up and scratching door entry ways. I'm not sure where she developed this habit from as she's got lots of scraching posts and corrugated cardboard scratchers too. I decided to buy her a cat tree thinking maybe she needed to climb, scratch, jump, etc... I had been looking all over from pet shops to other online retailers for a good size, not too big cat tree. This is a PERFECT item and she has stopped scratching the entryway of doors (HOORAY!!!). This cat tree is reasonably priced and alot less than pet stores. I caught it onsale and $1 shipping. It's of very good quality and she fits on all the stands just fine as well as in the little box. It's not a big box but just enough for her to curl up. Cats like tight spaces anyway. My only word of wise is: When putting the item together (which is very easy), take a close look at the OVERSTOCK.com picture of the stairs as the instructor picture of the stairs is not right. The stairs should fit OUTSIDE the perimeter of the base and NOT inside the base. Otherwise, it is very easy to assemble and I would recommend this to anyone.Read More
i'm very satisfied with my purchase....it was easy enough to put together and kitties even loved the box...lolRead More
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Hello oliver23, this is roughly 5 1/2 feet tall and is a little more than 1 1/2 feet wide. I hope this helps you. Thank you for shopping with us.
It was smaller that I thought it would be. I would say it would fit nicely in a corner near a window. My kitten really likes it.
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