You might ask why did we write all these cat tree reviews? Well, we (me and my wife) recently bought one of these for our own cats, so we learned a lot in the process. We learned a lot about several specific models that we researched. We felt a little overwhelmed because we found so many different options, some good and some pretty bad. We left out the bad ones.
Our Cat Tree Reviews
These are our reviews. Read through them all if you like, you should be able to get a pretty good idea about each of these options just by even doing a quick read-through. It’s interesting to see the different approaches to construction and the different materials used in some of these cat trees.
Why all the cat tree reviews?
All the cat trees here are good quality options. These cat trees all possess the qualities that we feel makes up a good cat tree.
What qualities are we talking about here? Sturdiness, fun for both sleeping and playing, ability to handle larger cats and good construction quality.
We don’t consider the necessity to assemble a cat tree to be a negative, the ones here that require assembly are very sturdy when completely constructed. They also don’t take very long to put together, surprisingly enough.
One thing we do consider to be a necessity is sisal-wrapped scratching posts. We don’t feel that carpeted-only scratching posts are entirely appealing to cats. At least in our experience. All these models have sisal-wrapped posts.
Anyways, I could ramble on all day.We hope you get some good insight from the info on our pages.