How do the cat trees that we reviewed stack up to each other? Check out this chart to see the differences (and similarities). This should help you size them all up at a glance.
We aren’t able to list exact prices, as prices change frequently, but we added the price range that each falls under. This should help you size up the price of each cat tree.
The most expensive?
It’s pretty easy to see that the Molly & Friends cat trees are the most expensive, however they deliver the highest quality and full carpet covering on the entire cat tree.
The tallest is the GoPetClub model at 92 inches tall – the next tallest after that is the Molly and Friends Pinnacle. I do believe that the Pinnacle is a more spectacular structure overall, though.
The faux fur and faux fleece options are much more affordable, and they also require assembly. Those two factors combine to create lower prices.
Sisal wrapped scratching posts?
Also, all cat trees we covered use sisal-wrapped scratching posts. This is the best type of scratching post material that I’ve encountered, and we probably wouldn’t review a cat tree that didn’t have that type of scratching post material.
If you have anything else you’d like to see on this comparison chart, let us know!