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  • Yaheetech Cat Tree Tower Condo

  • On2 Pets Cat Tree with Leaves

  • The Refined Feline Lotus Cat Tower

  • OTLive Cat Tree Condo

  • Feandrea Cat Tree

  • Poils bebe Cat Scratching Post and Tree

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Yaheetech Cat Tree Tower Condo

The Yaheetech 54.5-inch cat tree tower condo has everything that your kitty needs for a relaxing day. Two enclosed boxes give cats a place to hide, with three tall platforms up top for cats to perch and survey their domains. Each of the four levels structure acts as a step up to the next layer, with a simple ramp/ladder for the cats to climb up from the ground. And for the more frisky felines, there are two batting balls to play with.

The platforms and boxes are made from half-inch particle board wrapped with lint-free plush fabric to keep the cats cozy. Each support post is wrapped in thick sisal rope, giving your cats something to scratch and sharpen their claws on. The included safety strap secures the cat tree to the wall, preventing tipping if your cat gets over enthusiastic. Place it next to a window to give your cat a new favorite place in your home.

Pros

  • Posts wrapped in rope for scratching

  • Multiple levels and perches

  • Price

Cons

  • Too small for large cats

  • Some users report quality issues

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On2 Pets Cat Tree with Leaves

Give your cat a taste of the outdoors with a cat tree that looks like an actual tree. The On2 Pets cat tree is 60 inches tall, with three platforms with a green faux-grass base. The entire structure is wrapped in green silk leaves, creating the perfect environment for your favorite feline to flex their natural hiding and camouflaging skills and watch the world go by without being seen. It's the ultimate kitty oasis, all wrapped in an aesthetically pleasing, natural look for you.

The platforms are made of engineered wood wrapped in a carpet to give your cats a safe and comfortable place to sharpen their claws. The solid base keeps the structure stable even with a frolicking kitty, and the heavy-duty plastic trunk can hold cats up to 32 pounds.

Pros

  • Natural aesthetic

  • Numerous hiding and camouflage activities

  • Three platforms at different heights

Cons

  • Cats pull the leaves off

  • Some users report stability issues

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The Refined Feline Lotus Cat Tower

If you're looking for a more modern aesthetic than posts and platforms then consider the Refined Feline Lotus cat tower. This tower is made of plywood with an oak veneer stained mahogany. The lines are curved and solid, rather than relying on long posts, giving the entire piece a flowing aesthetic.

The carpet scratching pads are replaceable, attached with hook and loop fasteners. Each unit features three perches at different levels, including a large curved bed at the very top of the 69-inch structure. A padded seclusion den at the base gives your cat a place to retreat to get away from it all. Cats will love playing on it, while you won't mind looking at it.

Pros

  • Modern aesthetic

  • Multiple perches for cats

  • Replaceable scratching pads

Cons

  • Price

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OTLive Cat Tree Condo

With a base that's only 13 inches by 17 inches, the OTLIVE cat tree condo is a versatile option for those without a ton of space. Despite the small footprint, this cat tree includes a hiding box, two sisal-wrapped scratching posts, two elevated platforms rising 27 inches above the floor, and a fuzzy ball on a string for some kitty fun.

The structure is built with a high-density particle board wrapped in plush beige fabric. The sisal rope wrapping the support posts is a natural, safe way for your cat to sharpen their claws, giving them a more appropriate place to do it than on your couch. This is a great option for those without a ton of extra space, but who still want to give their cats multiple layers of climbing fun.

Pros

  • Price

  • Small footprint

  • Two elevated platforms

Cons

  • Users have reported quality problems

  • Not for large cats

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Feandrea Cat Tree

If a shorter unit with a more modern aesthetic is what you need in a cat tree, then consider the Feandrea cat tree. At 33.9 inches tall, it fits nicely next to a window, giving your kitty a perfect vantage point to look out over the world. The secure MDF frame, stained dark, provides plenty of support for your cat as they climb.

A small box at the bottom offers a cave-like hiding place, with three platform levels to suit your cat's needs. The soft white imitation fur mats are comfortable and removable for easy cleaning. The sisal rope-wrapped pole gives your cat a convenient place to scratch and stretch its claws. It's easy on the eyes for you, and comfortable for them. This cat tree is a win-win for everyone, even if your cat is the one who wins the most.

Pros

  • Modern aesthetic

  • Removable mats for cleaning

  • Shorter size to fit your space

Cons

  • Price

  • Some users reported missing parts

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Poils bebe Cat Scratching Post and Tree

If you don't have a large space or a large budget for a cat tree, then the Poils cat tree is a solid option. This tree includes a sturdy 14-inch base wrapped in plush faux fur. The sisal rope-wrapped post supports an elevated bed, also upholstered with the same fake fur fabric, that sits 18 inches off the ground. For added kitty-tainment, the tree includes an attached fuzzy ball on a spring for your cat to bat around. There aren't a lot of frills, but this is a perfect product for someone looking for a basic tree for their feline friend.

Pros

  • Price

  • Small size for small spaces

Cons

  • Users have reported quality problems

  • Users have reported faux fur shedding

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Jean Levasseur

Jean Levasseur

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Jean Levasseur became a professional writer over a decade-long career in marketing, public relations, and technical writing. After leaving that career to stay home to care for his twin boys, Jean has continued to write in a variety of freelance roles, as well as teaching academic writing at a local university. When he's not reviewing tools or chasing toddlers around the house, he's also an avid fiction writer and a growing woodworker.

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