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Tall Cat Tree Houses

Go Pet Club 72 Inch Cat Tree for large cats

Tall Cat Tree Houses

Do you want a tall cat tree but don’t want to spend hundreds of dollars? Here is a sturdy, tall cat tree house at an affordable price! A tall cat tree is beneficial for cats giving them a sense of security as well as a place to play and get exercise. I was amazed at how expensive cat trees are in stores so I was thrilled to find one! The Go Pet Club 72 Inch Cat Tree is the best I have found and my cats all love it! This is the best tall cat tree house on the market today at an affordable price. It is an Amazon’s Choice product, very popular with customers and is now being imitated by other companies. There are over 5,900 reviews of this specific cat tree on Amazon.

Go Pet Club 72 Inch Cat Tree

This Go Pet Club cat tree is about 6 feet tall with 10 scratching posts, two apartments, three platforms at the top as well as dangling toys and ladders. I have been very surprised how well this cat tree house has stood up to my 4 cats. Two of my cats are 15 pound rambunctious boys who roughhouse and tear up and down the tree.

Even the dangling mouse toys are still attached over a year later! That is impressive! The apartments and platforms are covered in carpet and the posts are covered in sisal rope which is the favorite cat scratching post material. Having this large cat tree with 10 scratching posts built in has kept my cats from most all scratching on other surfaces around the house. The cat tree is like a grand scratching post land with so many options!

What Kind of Cat Could Use the Go Pet Club 72 Inch Cat Tree?

A tall cat tree is beneficial for cats giving them a sense of security as well as a place to play and get exercise. I was amazed at how expensive cat trees are in stores so I was thrilled to find one that is tall, sturdy and affordable! This is not the most cushy cat tree. There are brands with fancy, padded platforms and beds,. If you have a cat with sore joints that needs extra padding then you may want to add padding or get a different model, but for most cats, the fleecy carpet covering is enough. This is a good cat tree for active, energetic cats, large cats and those that need a tall tree for exercise or a high vantage point.  My boys especially like laying on the top platforms and watching birds out the window.

Cost of Other Large Cat Trees Compared to Go Pet Club 72 Inch Cat Tree

If you want to buy a cat tree you will pay at least $300 for a cat tree this large. Many stores don’t offer a cat tree with this many platforms and options. For closer to $70-$80 (depending on color and model) you can get a higher quality, tall cat tree with more options for your cat to get exercise, sleep and feel safe. Sometimes different colors go on sale. There are other sizes and configurations by the same brand in case you want something smaller.

Click here to look at other Go Pet Club cat tree options.

Downsides of This Cat Tree

My cats don’t use the ladders but they could be easily removed with one screw. If you had kittens however, the ladders may be necessary or get used more at least. There is not a lot of padding on the platforms, just the fleece carpet. These are not problems for me and my cats. They love this tree just the way it is and I love the low price and the fact that it has held up for years now.

Benefits of This Cat Tree

  • It is affordable and a much better deal than most cat trees available!
  • It is tall at 6 feet!
  • It is sturdy and has held up well with my four cats.
  • It is large enough for even large cats to get some exercise and have room to play.
  • It is nice looking and my cats all love it.
  • It has 10 scratching posts and provides a forest of scratching options for my kitties!
  • You can get this with free shipping on Amazon Prime.
  • It has held up for several years of use by 4 cats.

Is This Cat Tree Stable?

You might wonder if this cat tree is stable since it is so tall. I wondered the same thing! I am happy to report it is very stable! It has never tipped over even though my large boys run up and down and play fight on it! Don’t let stability be a concern here the Go Pet Club Cat Tree is very stable.

Cat Furniture

If you want a wall mounted cat play area that takes up no wall space, I recommend this innovative mix and match system from CatastrophiCreations. If you want a sturdy window mounted perch or other cat furniture, please check out my Cat Furniture for Apartments post.

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Jessica

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69 Comments

  1. Mercy

    This is Awesome. My friend adopted a cat two weeks ago, suena as we call her was not happy, she was tired,bored and extremely lazy. We seek advice As her condition was not changing after 1 week, among the advices we got was to buy her a cat tree. She is now in the process of ordering one. Am happy am gonna recommend this post to her Thank you

    Reply
    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Mercy,

      I hope your friend’s cat feels better soon. A cat tree is something most all cats like. All 4 of mine use this one. Even my fat, lazy girl likes to climb up and sit at the very top and sleep on the perch.

      Thank you for stopping by and for recommending this post,
      Jessica

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  2. Helen

    Wow that’s a very impressive cat tree! I had 2 beautiful exotic shorthair cats who sadly have passed now but they would have loved something like this! I did have a cat tree for them but it wasn’t this impressive and they were big cats too.
    The sisal rope is a really good idea for scratching on as it stops them from scratching on the furniture! and I like the boxed compartments too so they can hide or sleep. Thanks for a great review, I have bookmarked this product for when I get more cats lol.

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Helen,

      Yes, I was quite impressed this tree worked so well with such a reasonable price!
      I am very sorry your cats passed away. That is so sad but I hope you get more kitties someday.

      Thanks for your comments, and for stopping by!
      Jessica

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  3. Fleur

    Oh my goodness Jessica my son and I LOVE this post – it is exactly what we want. My son just asked does it come packed down? Am bookmarking this page we call the cat tree houses Cat Mahal instead of Taj Mahal.

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Fleur,

      Yes, it comes in pieces and you have to put it together. It is a bit of a project but not too hard. It comes with all the pieces. My husband put it together and calls it the Cat Mahal too!

      Thanks for stopping by!
      Jessica

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  4. Joshua

    Hi,

    I have been looking for Cat tree houses for some time but haven’t come across one of my liking. This one does look to be fair and I think my cats would love it. The only question I would have asked is the stability of it but it seems like its safe and okay to have in the house.

    Thanks for the review and I might check it out, one final question though as I’ve got more money to put towards is their any better quality cat tree houses you would recommend.

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hi Joshua,

      I wondered about that as well since something so tall would seem to be unstable. I can tell you it has never tipped over though and even though I have large cats (16 pounds) who run up and down it, it has never come close to tipping over.

      No, there is not another cat tree I would recommend unless someone had a lot of money to spend on a specialty item. For a general purpose cat tree, this is the one I would (and did) get!

      Thanks for stopping by!
      Jessica

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  5. Laura

    Wow, Jessica! Two apartments and 10 scratching posts! That’s awesome!

    My son’s cat tree is not as big as this one, and his cats have stopped using it. Any ideas why that could happen?

    This tall cat tree looks like a really good deal and appears well-made. But, I’m always concerned about a tall cat tree getting tipped over by rambuctious felines, and someone getting hurt. Does this cat tree ever get tippy when yours use it?

    Thank you for sharing this,
    Laura

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Laura,
      I wondered if it could tip over at first too. It has never tipped over or even looked like it could tip over. The base is wide enough this just doesn’t seem to be a problem. I have large boys (16 pounds) and if they can’t tip it over roughhousing, I think everyone else should be fine with their cats as well.

      I do not know why your cats stopped using your tree. You could try a cat nip spray. Just spray it on and they will be attracted to it.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Jessica

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      1. Laura

        That’s a great idea. I’ll try it with my son’s cats.
        Laura

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  6. Kyle Ann Percival

    Hi Jessica!
    Thanks for sharing this wonderful and inexpensive find. You’re right when you say that most other cat trees of this size are 3 times the price, I’ve been looking for awhile. It’s good to know it’s been tested and approved by your own kitties! Thanks again for sharing.

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Kyle Ann,

      I was quite surprised at this price and even more surprised that it has been sturdy and held up for such a price! I see now that the cat trees in most stores are a rip off! Of course you have to put this together, but it is just putting the screws and bolts in which come included.

      Thanks!
      Jessica

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  7. Juba HADJAL

    Hello there! I have a cat called Titouche and he’s always mewing lol that being said I wanted to buy a tall cat tree but this one shown in the picture seems to be large. I live in an apartment and I don’t want to lose too much space. Is there any product in the market that is tall, about 5 or 6 feet, which is not very large? Maybe one that you can fix on the wall? 

    I have a story to tell you about my cat, I hope you’ll like it. 

    As I told you, I live in an apartment and we have a small balcony that is connected to my neighbors’ one, often when I let the french doors open he goes to visit my neighbors and poops there. Is there anything I can do for that? what a shame for me and my wife when the neighbor came to have explanation with us… I hope this will not happen again. 

    Thank you for your article it is detailed and well written 🙂

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Hadjal,

      I am in the process of writing a post about cat climbing systems that can attach to the wall like shelves and one that attaches to the back of a door. Check back in a few days to see that post. In the meantime, if you click on the links in the this post to go to Amazon and look at their other recommended cat trees you can see some smaller options. 

      As for the balcony problem. That is a tricky one. I would assume your cat is doing that as a territorial display to tell the other cat that is his territory. I am not sure how to fix that. Can you put a cat box on the balcony? I know that might be a little unpleasant but maybe you could try it and see what happens. There are many covered cat boxes and even those built to look like a decorative box so it doesn’t even look like a cat box. That way your cat could still go out there but it wouldn’t be out in the open. 

      Perhaps a product that is made to avoid cat’s spraying would work. I have a post about that here. 

      Thanks for stopping by! I hope you find a solution. 

      Jessica

      Here is the link to my review: How-to-stop-cat-from-spraying

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  8. Scott Penton

    Very interesting, I’ve been thinking of getting one, but in stores they are really expensive. When you order it online though, I’m guessing it comes in pieces, is it difficult to put together? I’m for sure saving this link to get one when the funds come in. Thanks for this info. 

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Scott,

      Yes, you do have to put it together but it is not hard. You don’t need any special tools or special skills. Just make sure you tighten everything down really well so it is not loose. I have had mine set up for a year and a half now and even with 4 cats it is still in great shape! Nothing has come loose. 

      Thanks!

      Jessica

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  9. Tommy Diependaal

    I am more a dog person, but after reading your review about the cat tree I almost wish that my dogs would not chase them. But the first house we move in was a cat owner or at least was taking care of the cats by the house and when they move to another country I came and when my young puppies came the older cats where not dog friendly and that in the end make my dogs not like cats.But I will forward your site to some cat loving friends of my for sure the can find all the info needed here.

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Tommy,
      My Dad, husband (a tough U.S. Marine) and father-in-law all thought they didn’t like cats until they met some nice ones, then they fell in love. Many cats are mistreated and develop defensive attitudes where they hiss, scratch or run away. That is just because they had to survive in a mean world. When cats are treated with love they can become dog like when they feel safe. My huge Norwegian Forest Cat was a basket case when we adopted him but now he follows me around like a dog and is loving and sweet.

      A cat tree really helps keep peace in the house since the cats can get up high where they feel safe.

      Thanks for passing this on to your friends!
      Jessica

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  10. Stew

    We have a Bengal cat and a cat tree just a bit taller that I’m not much of a fan of.  It cost a fortune and isn’t too stable.  It won’t fall over, but it shakes quite a bit.

    On the one you show, it has a little house down low which wouldn’t work for us because of our Boxer dog.  The two of them chase each other and wrestle.  I’m afraid he would drag the cat out of that house every time he wanted to play.

    I would be looking for one with just platforms until it reached a hight the dog can’t get at and padded platforms.

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Stew,

      To be honest my cats never use the lower house. They (like just about every cat) like to up high and only use the higher platforms. So I doubt the dog would be a problem with this cat tree. In any case, I hope you find a great one. This one is very stable and doesn’t even wobble much. I highly recommend it. 

      Jessica

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  11. Paul

    OMG – you are a lifesaver!  We have two cats who have to spend quite a bit of time inside for most of the year as we live in a high tick area.  Cat trees are crucial to our cats for exercise and so that they dont rip our couches to shreds.  The only problem is that they can tear through a good cat tree in a matter of weeks.  And these things are expensive.  

    I have never thought to look on Amazon for them for some reason.  I have bookmarked your site for when our next one falls apart.  Will this one be suitable for two 8 kilo cats or is there another type you would recommend?

    Paul

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Paul,

      Yes, this will work great for your cats. I have two boys that are very large. They chase each other up and down and roughhouse on the tree and it holds up just fine. I have 4 cats total now and they all use and enjoy the tree. 

      This is truly the best value I have found for cat trees! The ones in the store are just ridiculously expensive and aren’t this large or interesting. My cats love the scratching posts on this tree also. It has 10 scratching posts built in! They scratch on them every single day and they ignore the separate scratching post I already had. 

      I am glad I could help!

      Jessica

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  12. Michel

    I wonder if getting a tree like this for your cat will prevent him from scratching your furniture. I quite like the idea of a scratching post for this reason, but will your feline friend know that this is where to scratch and not your couch?

    I would also like to find out how stable the cat tree is?  I would hate for it to fall down and injure the cat.  Is it a good idea to get extra support made or maybe use bricks at the bottom?

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Michel,

      This tree is totally stable. I wondered about the height myself and hoped it would not tip over. I have 4 cats now and two of them are very large and rambunctious boys. They play, roughhouse and chase each other up and down the tree and it has never come close to tipping over! I think that is the best test you can get. 

      The scratching posts are covered with sisal rope which is always the best cat scratcher material. Some scratchers have carpet but that is not as widely appealing to cats as the fibrous rope. My cats love to scratch on these scratcher posts on the tree. I have a separate scratcher and they never use it! They just prefer the tree. 

      Thank you for stopping by,

      Jessica

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  13. Jim

    Hi Jessica. What a large, and very tall, cat tree house. We just adopted a female cat that’s about 4 years old, its a gentle soul that was handed in by it’s previous parents because it scratched their children. Mind you, I’m not to sure what the kids must of done to it. It’s difficult to see if they were honest with their reason for not wanting her any longer because she has been completely calm and gentle with us. That’s what brought us to your site. We were looking for scratching poles., just in case it might scratch the grandkids when they visit. In any case, the tree house you talked about caught our attention and was actually very well priced. Do you think that it would be to big for just one cat.  Jim and Noela 

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Jim,

      I am glad you adopted your kitty so she has a better home now! Obviously they didn’t want her very much if she is a nice cat. They could have trimmed her claws, given her more space of her own, taught the kids to be gentle etc. 

      Having a cat tree is a great way to keep kids and cats separated and helps the cat feel safe up high. If a cat feels safe they probably won’t scratch. 

      As for the size, no, this is not too big for one cat. If you have a cat that likes to climb and be up high then she will appreciate this cat tree. Most all cats like to be up high. I suppose there are a few exceptions but I have never met one. All of my cats enjoy being on the tree by themselves. They sleep on the very top perch and enjoy being up on their own as king or queen of the world.

      You probably don’t need a cat tree this large for one cat but the price is so good that you will likely pay more for a smaller tree anyway. 

      Thanks for stopping by and I hope you find a great tree for your girl.

      Jessica

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  14. Fran Kelso

    Hey, Jessica, I really like your selection of cat trees. That tall one is really nice. The cat trees are such a good idea. I don’t remember seeing them in the days when I lived someplace where I could have used one. That’s how life goes, isn’t it? Do you keep your cats inside? That’s when a tree is especially valuable.

    You have some interesting-looking articles on your site, so will be coming back to read more. Thanks for being here!

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Fran,
      Yes, we keep our cats inside now unless they go out with us and are supervised. If I lived in a remote area again I would let them out but there is no way we can do that here on a busy street, with virtually no yard and surrounded by apartment buildings and all the dogs, kids, cars etc. At the house we rented I would let them out with me and they could go out in the large backyard, the raspberry hedges etc. I could not let them out on their own there either since it was a dangerous neighborhood for cats. The previous cat I had was one that was loose and I found near the house. He had lost an eye due to a fight with the very mean neighbor cats. Another neighbor cat who was my buddy almost died twice that I know of when he was attacked by a dog. They took him to the vet for surgery and he barely survived. With such a track record, there was no way I could let my cats outside there. When I was at the homestead our cat went outside every day. There were lots of wild animals we had to worry about but no cars, mean people, random dogs or other high risk dangers.

      For indoor cats, a tall cat tree is the best thing we can give them! They chase each other up and down it, use all of the 10 scratching posts, sit on top and look out at the birds in the treetops (just feet away out the window since we are on the third floor) and get all sorts of use from it. They run up to sit on it for us to brush them as well! They like the chance to be at head level with us.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Jessica

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  15. seofarhan

    Hi,

     Thank you very much for sharing with us such an important blog. This blog will be very helpful who want to keep safe their cats. The most interesting thing I just learn from here is a tall cat tree is beneficial for cats giving them a sense of security as well as a place to play and get exercise. I will definitely share this blog with my friends.

    Reply
    1. Jessica (Post author)

      A cat tree helps cats feel safe and content and also gives them exercise. Thanks for stopping by,

      Jessica

      Reply
  16. Louis

    This is a really tall cat tree house. My cat tree house is already falling apart and it creaks all the time. I know I’ll have to change it soon. What’s the maximum amount of cats the tree house can take? And how stable is the tree house? Don’t want it rocking about. Lastly, how long would it last before I’ll need to change it?

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Louis,

      I have 4 cats and the tree stands up to them just fine. I don’t know how many cats would fit on it at once but it would be a lot. Two of my cats are 16 pounds each and they run up it, jump off it and it is very stable. It has never tipped over and I have had to for almost 2 years now. I can’t tell you exactly how long it will last but it will be multiple years even with large, rambunctious cats. Mine is still in great shape. It is not tippy at all. 

      Jessica

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  17. ajibola40

    Have been looking for a cat house for some time now.

    i don’t even know until now that there is a tall cat tree house that is more beautiful and amazing like this one .

    which can be use to house a cats and the cats can also play in the house.will order for one Go Pet Club 72 Inch Cat Tree  house at the end of the month instead of a small cat house I wanted to buy before. 

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Ajibola,

      I believe this cat tree is a great value and you will be glad you got this tall one that offers more options for a reasonable price compared to those available in stores. I hope your cat/cats are very happy with it.

      Jessica

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  18. Emmanuel Buysse

    Great post and good info.

    We have a huge cat at home, a Ragdoll, but she is a little bit overgrown and weights almost 7 kilograms, so we need a huge cat tree house, so this post is perfect for us. 

    What I will do is show this to my wife and we will choose one of these ones, they look so beautiful! 

    Thanks a lot for sharing it! 

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Emmanuel,

      It is always great to find something that meets your needs, makes your pets happy, holds up well and doesn’t cost a fortune! When I find that I grab it. I hope your Ragdoll gets many years of fun and use out of the cat tree you pick.

      Thanks!

      Jessica

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  19. Ayodeji

    This is exactly what I like about articles like this one. It brings awareness of stuff I wouldn’t have found otherwise. 

    Lovely cat houses you are reviewing here even though I never knew such exists until now. They look awesome. But after the order, I hope there will be installation packages along with it. 

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      There are instructions for putting it together and it is fairly easy. Just make sure to tighten all the screws well so they don’t come lose. 

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  20. Kehinde Segun

    This is really amazing post. Right now, I just understand the reason why the beautiful cat my friend adopted one month a go was, bored and not happy. I’m gonna share this post with her so she will understand and try to get the cat tree for the pet because it’s even not big cat. This post looks fair/ I am going to share it for with friend

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      I hope this cat tree works out great for your friend and her cat. Thank you for stopping by,

      Jessica

      Reply
  21. Melissa

    I was so excited to find your review and see this amazing cat house! It’s like the Taj Mahal of cat houses and I can actually afford this. I know how much my cats will love this. I always feel so bad leaving them all day when I’m at work and this will give them something fun to do while I’m gone. I’ve got small ones but this is at a whole other level! Thank you so much!

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Melissa,

      I agree! We live in an apartment now and I really want to give my cats room to play. We have had this cat tree for several years now and they still use it all the time. I am very glad this is the one we got since it is such a great value for the price! Where else can you get something so large, fun and practical for your cats that they can use every single day for years to come? 

      We have 4 cats now (only 3 when we bought it). All of the cats use it whether for sleeping, playing, looking out the window or scratching their claws on the 10 scratching posts!

      Thank you for your comments. I hope your cats love their new cat tree!

      Jessica

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  22. Jack Taylor

    Hello,

    I love cats and have always had at least one as a pet my whole life. I have three cats now and in the market  for a cat tree house. After reading your review, I decided to go ahead and buy them a tall cat tree house. Even though may not be stable. I’ll just go ahead and fasten it to the wall. They do get a little wild from time to time while they’re playing with each other so it’s better to be safe than sorry. I went ahead and saved your website to my favorites. Keep up the GREAT work.

    Jack

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Jack,

      I am so glad you decided to get this cat tree. I have had mine for several years now and my cats use it every day. 

      It is very stable though despite your concerns. You will not have to secure it to the wall. I have 3 cats that are all about 15 pounds and a smaller, spunky one. 2 of the large boys roughhouse all the time and tear up and down the cat tree, play, play fight and generally beat it up. Even with 30 pounds of fighting cat on the topmost levels of this cat tree, it has never looked unstable or even come close to tipping over! It is great!

      Thanks for your comments and for your order!

      I am sure your cats will enjoy it.

      Jessica

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  23. Henderson

    Wow, this is really great. I was researching about  toys for cats and I found out that cats really love tree houses. But most of the ones I saw online are pricey. I’m glad you have something around a range I can afford. Not is it only cheap, its quality and very stable too. It has passed the durability test so I’m going to get this. Thank you for putting this up.

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Henderson,

      This cat tree is a great deal and I only say that because I have it myself and it really is a better value than others on the market. It has held up very well and I recommend it to everyone. 

      Thank you for stopping by,

      Jessica

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  24. Tracy

    Hello! Just what I needed right now. I adopted a cat since two weeks ago and she has been extremely lazy, bored and  inactive at all and as such, I sought the help at the let store to which I was advised to get a tall cat tree house. I was clueless until I came across this post. Please I would like to know if this comes in parts and is it does, does it have a manual that would guide in arranging it? Thanks in anticipation of your answer

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Tracy,

      Yes, it comes in parts and there is a pamphlet with directions. I hope you get a cat tree and your cat enjoys it. 

      Thank you for stopping by,

      Jessica

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  25. Prophese Fuentes

    Well this was surely serendipitous! I landed on your post and now  an hour later… This is amazing and informational. I love how y explain for normal folks like me. My family and I are new to cats, about 1 year and a half. We just couldn’t figure out how to keep our energetic cat more contained to something that’s his own. Checking this out for sure!

    Reply
    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello,

      I have not had a cat yet who didn’t like a cat tree although some are more interested in them than others because cats are so unique. If your cat is energetic I suspect he will love a tall cat tree to climb and play on! They are great for saving the furniture.

      Thanks,

      Jessica

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  26. MissusB

    The Go Pet Club cat tree looks really big for the kitties to play on. In fact, the price is very affordable for its total package. Cats would very much enjoy playing around on this.Good thing you have purchased this already and testify about how sturdy and multifuctional this product is. My friend’s cat, Furla has a cat tree before. It was locally made and only measures about 4ft. high. After a month, my friend took it out of the house because it often stumbles. I think this one is a perfect replacement..Thanks for sharing this! 

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello,

      I am glad you like the look of this cat tree. It is indeed very large, sturdy and affordable. I hope your friend can give it a try.

      Jessica

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  27. Mariam

    This is really lovely! I don’t doubt those cute cats of yours feel great with these tall cat trees. I am more of a dog person, but i like cats too. And considering getting one. Though, i want to do a little study on them, get to know what it takes to keep one before taking a cat pet up.

    I’m pinning this tall cat tree idea to help keep them engaged and safe.

    Thanks a lot!

    Reply
    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Mariam,

      I am glad you enjoyed this and I hope you will check out my other posts here at https://thrivingcat.com as you continue your research on cat care. I have posts on common health and behavior problems and products and supplements to keep your pets (dogs and cats) healthy. 

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts!

      Jessica

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  28. Wendy Fisher

    Whenever I see a product that is an Amazon Choice product AND has a ton of reviews, I’m extremely likely to buy it. But it’s always nice to have access to a comprehensive and thorough review like this one. Shopping can be complicated!

    Also, your cats are ADORABLE!

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Wendy,

      I am so glad you agree! I am always glad to find truly outstanding products that work well for my cats. Thanks! They are my babies.
      Jessica

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  29. Baraka

    Wow,6 feet tall?.This is very amazing.I have never seen such a tall cat tree.My uncle has three cats, their names are Cujo,Poi and Amr. He wanted to buy a cat tree,but most of the cat trees he found were short and very expensive.I wil tell him pass through this article.Hope he will buy one for his cats.Thanks very much.

    Baraka

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Baraka,

      Yes, it really is a great find. I have been very pleasantly surprised at how well it has worked out considering the low price. My cats still use it every day. I love that it is so tall since it is an efficient use of space and my cats all love it too. 

      Thanks for passing this on to your uncle. 

      Jessica

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  30. Chuck

    Thank you for this article. I’m surprised that something like this could be under $100. I’m also surprised how sturdy it is because you would think that something this tall would be likelier to tip. But actually it stays put on the floor even when the bigger cats are playing on it.
    I think this is a very generous gift for your cats for them to have a place to play. It kind of reminds me of a home gym equipment but for cats.

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Chuck,

      Yes, it is surprisingly sturdy and the price is amazing. I see cat trees that are only a few feet tall for $100 at the stores!

      Thanks for your thought!

      Jessica

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  31. Brendah Kest

    I visited my cousin sister afew weeks ago, she has a trauma problem and she used to love cats before the accident so the boyfriend got a her a nice fluffy cat called Lily. My cousin was just normal about it, not excited at all but she managed to get some triangular pieces of wood and pinned them on the wall in the corridors saying that she loved lily but if they had to stay together then she had to get a place to play at. I think getting this cat tree would be a very good idea and Lily would be happy playing there rather than the unsafe pieces of would. Am always scared of her falling off of them since they aren’t stable.

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      I love the fact this cat tree is so affordable. Large cat trees like this are about $300 in stores and most of those don’t have as many platforms and scratching posts as this one anyway. 

      I hope you can get your cousin to try it for Lily. 

      Jessica

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  32. Chloe

    Hello Jes, thanks you for sharing this wonderful post. I must admit I’m really glad to have come across this post. I have been living with my cat for the past 5months and i have never for once see her sleep on the floor, even on her little bed, she always prefer sleeping on the refrigerator and it scares me sometimes. I’ll love to get her a tree her and hope she loves it. Best regards.

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hello Chloe,

      I hope you try this cat tree. I am sure your cat will love it!

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Jessica

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  33. Jordan Smith

    Awesome post! Go Pet Club 72 Inch Cat Tree is the real deal, and my cats love it a lot! They scratch it, climb it, even sleep on it, and use it as a launching pad to jump to nearby pieces of furniture. They’ve been using every square inch of this thing for more than four months now. It’s definitely the most used piece of cat furniture or toy I’ve ever bought. They were climbing all over it the second I took it out of the box.

    Regards!

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      That is wonderful Jordan! I am so glad your cats like the cat tree and are getting good use out of it! Thanks for letting me know!

      Jessica

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  34. Dane

    Now this is what Ivy needs, lol. If she was a human she would be too strong. My Old lady is one very wonderful cat with high level of strength and size. I call her the Old lady because she love sitting on a rocking chair. My cat enjoys climbing up the tree in the garden to play, and even at nights she still wants to stay there and it worries me not to see her in the house at night. I would love to get her this.

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    1. Jessica (Post author)

      Hi Dane,

      It sounds like Ivy would love a tall cat tree! I hope you can order one for her. Thanks for stopping by and telling me about Ivy. 

      Jessica

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