Dallas Climbing Cat Tree Scratching Post Condo
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Dallas Climbing Cat Tree Scratching Post Condo

Dallas Climbing Cat Tree Scratching Post Condo

Dallas Climbing Cat Tree Scratching Post Condo

FREE SHIPPING to the 48 continental states of the USA.

The Dallas Climbing Cat Tree Scratching Post Condo with it's hammock, hole cut-out, hanging rope, tunnel, and plenty of scratching posts provide your indoor cats with a play and rest area they can call their home. With a generous amount of sisal rope scratching surface to stop your cat from shredding your other costly household furniture, the multiple levels makes this unique cat tree condo great for multiple cats, or just a single cat. Assembly is required.

  • Made of soft plush fabric (faux fur).
  • Plush fabric covers 3/4" strong particle board.
  • We use adhesive to attach the fabric to the board instead of staples.  This keeps the fabric tighter to reduce pulling by cats.  Adhesive is also safer than staples that can pop out and hurt your cat.
  • Scratching posts are covered in Sisal Rope that can endure a lot of scratching.

Features:

Scratching Post: Anyone who owns a cat knows that they love scratching things, especially furniture! Cat Trees with sisal scratching posts give your cat a place to scratch, sharpen their claws, and exercise.

Bedroom: Your cat likes nothing more than a place to call home. The bedroom offers a nice enclosure where your cat feels safe to snuggle up and take naps in.

Platforms: Platforms on Tree Houses allow your cat to lie down and relax. Sometimes they even prefer sleeping on the platform rather than in the enclosed bedroom.

Multi-Levels: Cat Trees with more than one level fill your cat’s instinct to climb. Cats climb because they feel safer on a higher place away from other animals, such as dogs.

Dimensions: 24 x 16 x 60 inches.

ALL this for just $94.00.00 US, and Shipped FREE to destinations in the 48 continental states of the USA.

IMPORTANT 8.75% Sales Tax is payable for all orders to destinations in the state of California.