No assembly instructions were enclosed, just screws stuck in the seats that need to be attached. Am I just supposed to wing it?
I never wanted a cat tree I thought they were ugly. Then I spotted the one in your add and It looked like something out of Dr. Sues. Boughtit and I put it together easy as can be.. my cat loves it and it s a real conversation piece. thank you...
New Cat Condos Large Cat Play Tree
Delight your cat with this classic cat tree combo. The posts are sturdy, reinforced material to be safe and long-lasting. There is cloth for the cat that scratches and a little cubby where your cat can climb into. Its a must-have bargain.
ITEM#: 14165513This Cat Play Tree by New Cat Condos features a playful tree design with multiple climbing perches and a sitting perch at the top. This large cat tree is covered in plush carpet. Some assembly is required Watch your cat scamper safely up and down the play tree as the heavy bottom prevents tipping. Clean easily with a small, handheld vacuum, wiping up spots with a damp cloth as needed. Non-toxic construction allows your cat to chew and scratch to his heart's content.
- Colors: Beige/green
- Note: Color shades may vary
- Materials: Wood, plush household-grade carpet, sisel rope, sonic tubes, peeler cores, staples, nails, screws
- Weight: 47 pounds
- Size: 20 inches wide x 20 inches long x 48 inches high
- Heavy bottom gives the product stability and helps prevent tipping
- No toxic glues or materials are used in this product
- Product is not designed or meant for use by children
- Minor assembly is required
- Cleaning instructions: Vacuum pet fur and spot clean stains when necessary
- Model: 110069
Carpet color shades may vary from product to product. If buying two of the same color item, slight differences may be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.
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The cat tree showed up with turquoise and brown carpet instead of what's pictured, which is dark green and tan. Customer service refused to verify the color of a replacement. Waste of time and money.Read More
I never wanted a cat tree I thought they were ugly. Then I spotted the one in your add and It looked like something out of Dr. Sues. Boughtit and I put it together easy as can be.. my cat loves it and it s a real conversation piece. thank youRead More
It looks NOTHING like the picture. The colors are different and the flat green "seating" do not exist. They are crumpled and you can't flatten them. My friend and I had to nail them down. They look a little better, but I would not recommend puchasing this tree. What you see is not what you get. My cat hates it.Read More
My cats argue over who gets to perch on the top tier.Read More
Hi! My name is Gracie and I love this house! It kind of reminds me of the trees I used to climb when I lived outside. You see, this nice company adopted me when I met the owner outside one morning when he was coming into work, I was starving. I did kind of have a problem once I was inside- I think my new family bought this "tree" for me because I climbed on top of EVERYTHING. I like being up high. Now that I have my tree I don't climb on things nearly as much as I used to! I highly reccommed this tree to all kitties that love to climb! Colors not bad either!Read More
Excellent cat tree. Have been wanting the mushroom design so it would look good in the family room without being overbearing. Both cats love it, 1 is 10 lbs, the other 13 or so. They both like the bolstered top which is large enough to easily accomodate a larger cat and both have even squeezed themselves into the much smaller bolstered nest below the top which is really only big enough for a kitten. In fact the smaller cat is currently in the top bed and the larger one in the tiny bed below. As it's near where I watch TV and work on the computer, they spend a lot of time in this tree although there is a much larger one near a window and one outside in the sun room. The base is stable enough for them both to leap up the tree trunk from the ground chasing wand toys to the top. It wobbles a bit but has never come close to toppling. My only criticism is that I needed a pretty powerful drill to attach the top and still ended up stripping one of the screws. I tried using the cordless drill but no dice so had to change to the electric and it took some muscle. And although I noticed the stem wasn't quite flat, once the top was attached, the bolstered bed is very canted. Luckily the bolstered sides are deep enough that the cats don't seem to mind the bed being so sloped, otherwise I'm sure they'd fall right off. It was so hard to get the top on that I'm not willing to try to remove it to fix the problem. I plan on ordering another and will find some way to correct this if the new one arrives with the same problem. Overstock definitely has the best price, I checked many sites over several days. Overall, a good deal for this style and it's been well worth it for my cats.Read More
I was so sad that my cats would not use it. I have 2 large cats that did not fit well in it so they opted out. I have 2 smaller cats that were frightened of the height. The platform was not steady so they were wary of it. The only one using it was my little female who like clawing at it. I even rubbed it with catnip. They were tempted but that was it. I considered returning it but the shipping was pretty steep. I might donate it to our local animal shelter. This tree would be GREAT for kittens because they'll cliimb anything. By the time they're grown, they are used to it.Read More
The tree I received, did not have the relatively flat, cushioned looking perches shown in Overstock's picture. Mine has tufted, lumpy perches; so lumpy in fact, that it is impossible for a cat to sit or lay on them. My cat is able to climb over them and they are helpful landing surfaces for climbing the tree, but not for resting on. Another difference was the color. The tree I received was a much lighter green than the tree in the picture. I was fine with this since it made the tree blend in better with our other furnishings, but prospective buyers should be aware that there may be a color substitution without prior notification. Also, the base of the tree in the picture is very different than the tree I received. There appears to be more bracing for stability on the tree in the picture. My tree did not have any of this. The "trunk" is simply screwed down from the underside of the base; hence, it rocks quite noticeably. The written description does not reveal the dimensions of the beds or perches. While the title of this item describes it as a "Large Cat Tree", it is unclear if they mean to suggest that the tree is meant for large cats or that the tree itself is large. Taking into account the very small size of both the perches and one of the beds, this leaves only one area of the tree that is suitable for a large cat, the top bed. The quality of the carpet attachment seems sufficient, but I feel the structure as a whole, is far too wobbly to be considered stable. My 3lb. kitten is able to make it rock when she plays hard on it or runs at it at top speed. I'm sure there is potential for a larger, heavier cat to be able to tip it over. The tree I received rocks where the "trunk" attaches to the base and the whole unit tips a little when the kitten leaps into it. We will be mounting ours to a larger, heavier platform for more stability and peace of mind. I realize that this tree ( or a very similar one), sells for quite a bit more from many other retailers; perhaps this explains the concessions in quality that have been made on the units being sold here for a significant discount. If you or someone you know is even a little handy, you may be willing / able to make a few adjustments.Read More
The only con is that the platform base is a little bit small, and it is not secure. It wobbles when the cats climb up and down ( cats are under 10 lbs each). My solution is to put it against a wall, and wedge one side of the base under something to hold it stable ( like a piece of furniture).Read More
My problem with this is that the lower basket did not fit in correctly (it was 1 in. higher than the opening) so we had to attach it with the cut out part facing inward. Thus, it is not as depicted in the photo, & the cats cannot use the cut out part. We even had our neighbor, who is a licensed contractor, come over & see if we were just missing something or what (duh). He could not see how it was supposed to fit either & we weren't going to start sawing on it to make the opening bigger. We purchased 2 of them, & both had the identical problem. We called the company, & he offered to replace them if we wanted, but the box was torn apart on one to remove it, etc. - not to mention the hassle & cost to take it to the UPS place & have it sent back. I would have given it a 5 star rating if not for this issue with the lower basket. Mine were done in a lovely sage green - very pretty & the quality was fine. But they should have been cut the correct amount so the basket would go in so the cats could access the basket easier using the cut out.Read More
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Hello researchdrive, Thank you for your inquiry; you will be contacted by Customer Care.
All you need to do is line screw them to the 2 tree "branches". Very easy
What are the heights from the floor up of the top 3 perches? Also, there are two totally different trees pictured. The 1st picture (w/ just a white background) shows a lighter green tree with "roots" on the base, and the perches are flat surfaces w/ fitted carpeting. The other pictures show darker green carpeting with the trunk portion of the tree just plain, w/ very "lumpy" looking perches. Which of the two is more accurate?
Hello researchdrive, We apologize, but we do not have exact heights for the top three perches, but we can tell you that the tree is roughly 48 inches tall from base to top. The reason on this is that each tree is unique and that sizes and dimensions may vary slightly from tree to tree. The top perch and the middle perch are more like cat beds, while the other middle and lower perches are more like soft, flat ledges with loose carpeting.Please let us know if you have any further questions.
51" from bottom to top. The last description is the correct one.
How many inches across are the cat beds?
The diameter of the top perch is 16 inches. The middle one is 12 inches wide and the two smallest ones are eight inches wide.
The middle one is a 12 inch and the two sides is an 8 inch half circle perches The diameter of the top perch is 16 inches
The top perch has a diameter of 16 inches. The one in the middle is 12 inches wide, while the two smallest ones are eight inches wide.
What are the measurements of the top perch?
Base 20 x 20 1st perch 10 x 12 2nd perch 12" round Third perch 10 x 12 Top perch 16 " round
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