Do you have a big cat and need a large cat tree?
Cat trees for large cats can be great for exercise, security for the cat to feel safe and entertainment for your cat. Most are extremely expensive however and many are poorly constructed. If you want to find cat trees for large cats that are affordable and sturdy, I can help.
My top recommendation
The Go Pet Club Cat Tree is 6 feet tall with three towers and two kitty condo boxes. It has two ladders and two mouse toys attached. Reviewers say these last a very long time and give the cat tree high marks overall. The 4,795 reviews on Amazon are what made me choose it. I ordered this cat tree when we recently moved in order to give my three cats some vertical space in a smaller home. I wanted a very tall cat tree that was sturdy and had enough room for all three of my 15 and 16 pound cats. This model had a fairly compact footrprint that was both sturdy enough to support the height due to 4 legs and also gave my cats a variety of options for sleeping, climbing and scratching. All vertical legs are wrapped in sisal rope to provide a total of 10 scratching posts.
My experience with the Go Pet Club Cat Tree
My cats all love this cat tree. I bought it for the following reasons:
It is tall (6 feet, or 72 inches)
It had over 4,000 reviews on Amazon.com with an average 4.5 out of 5 star rating. This was a very high percentage of high reviews.
It was reviewed to be sturdy and hold up to large cats.
It has three towers, one for each of my cats so there don’t need to be any arguments over who is on top!
It was much more affordable than tall cat trees in stores and more affordable than most similar sized cat trees online as well.
It has rope wrapped legs instead of carpeted. My cats and most cats I know need rope for scratching posts, not carpet.
So far the Go Pet Club Cat Tree has proven to be stable, sturdy and popular with my cats. I was worried about getting one so tall since it seemed they could tip it all the way over. This is definitely not the case. I have not seen it tip even with all three cats running up and down. It is close to a corner however so I don’t know if it was in the middle of a room and extremely large cats could climb up the back if it could somehow tip. I think that would be very difficult and certainly not possible where I have it set up.
*Doesn’t tip over,
*Rope wrapped legs provide 10 scratching posts,
*Two cat box condos,
*All tower and box surfaces are carpeted,
*Two attached, dangling mouse toys,
*Two carpeted ladders which kittens could use to access cat tree without jumping.
*No padding under the plush carpet on platforms (my cats don’t seem to mind and sleep on them all the time),
*The ladders are very steep. My cats do not use the bottom one at all. I read that some people just remove it to save space. If you had kittens however, they could climb up the ladder to access the cat tree and it would be very effective.
*Dangling mouse toy closest to edge can bang against the wall if cats are actively playing with it and cat tree is close to a wall. Solutions: You could shorten the string, cut off the toy, or swap out the towers so the one with the mouse toy attached is further from a wall.
Overall, for the price I can’t recommend a better cat tree.
Other options for tall cat trees
The Mirax Cat Activity Tree Cat Tower with Condo/House Design-No-8 is not as tall as the Go Pet Club tower. It is 61.4 inches tall and has a smaller base that is 22 by 22 inches. It has only one tower but the top has a very plush, cushioned pet bed. If you don’t need three towers or such a tall cat tower, this is a smaller and even more affordable option. Like the Go Pet Club tree, it also has a 4.5 out of 5 star rating on Amazon.
The Mirax Cat Activity Tree Cat Tower with Condo/House Design-No 2 has a greater variety of entertainment for your cats than the Design NO-8 above and also shares the same 4.5 start rating with the rest of the Mirax cat tree designs.
If you are looking for cat trees for large cats I hope you can find one here. Let me know if you get one of these great deals in cat trees and how your cats like them! If you are interested in my top recommendation for dry cat food that is extremely nutritious but still affordable, please check out my review here! If you want a great cat litter, may I recommend this?
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