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Cat Tree Carpet

Designed to provide your cats with countless hours of enjoyment, this Catcraft Cat Tree Pet Furniture has everything a cat needs. It is carpeted to promote scratching and exercising. When the cat is tired, it can lay down on the cat tree furniture and take a nap. Catcraft Cat Tree Pet Furniture: Fits 8 ft to 9 ft ceilings Extensions available for ceilings higher than 9 ft 4 different perch heights Treated with catnip Cat climber tree with carpet
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Cat Tree Carpet

Mike “ex-genius” Kelley December 14, 2014 Thanks so much for this — we’ve gone crazy trying to find suitable cat trees over the years (well, having cats will drive you crazy so perhaps it wasn’t the search for the trees themselves…). Anyway, we (old people) are about to attempt to make two or three of these. Here’s my question: I want to make the floors with ledges around them (not circular — not up to that — but the tree to the far right of your first image seems to show what I mean) and I do believe I can construct them properly (probably use pocket holes). Carpeting the whole thing, however, seems daunting. I was thinking of making the sides of each floor out of 1×4. Do you think it would be better to carpet each and every side and the base and assemble them all together or is there any reasonable way to carpet the whole shebang by doing cuts as you do when you carpet the base? I’m having a hard time imagining the kind of cutting and folding that would require, but taking the time to carpet five pieces for each floor might make me crazier than I already am.
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Cat Tree Carpet

Thanks so much for this — we’ve gone crazy trying to find suitable cat trees over the years (well, having cats will drive you crazy so perhaps it wasn’t the search for the trees themselves…). Anyway, we (old people) are about to attempt to make two or three of these. Here’s my question: I want to make the floors with ledges around them (not circular — not up to that — but the tree to the far right of your first image seems to show what I mean) and I do believe I can construct them properly (probably use pocket holes). Carpeting the whole thing, however, seems daunting. I was thinking of making the sides of each floor out of 1×4. Do you think it would be better to carpet each and every side and the base and assemble them all together or is there any reasonable way to carpet the whole shebang by doing cuts as you do when you carpet the base? I’m having a hard time imagining the kind of cutting and folding that would require, but taking the time to carpet five pieces for each floor might make me crazier than I already am.
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Cat Tree Carpet

Christina August 1, 2012 I recently adopted two cats and thought I’d be the ultimate cat mom by buying a 5ft cat tree from the store. Oh they’ll have fun and play and share… Not quite! It’s more like 2 cats enter 1 cat leaves. I can’t afford another tree and found your website. It’s great! As it happens we’re gutting an apartment and will have lots of spare stuff. In fact, we have 3 floors length of concrete board tubing (don’t know the technical name). I could make the equivalent of a hamster run. The cats would probably just stare at it so I’ll stick with your tree for now. I’ll reality check my ambition and take pictures.
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Cat Tree Carpet

Designed to provide your cats with countless hours of enjoyment, this Catcraft Cat Tree Pet Furniture has everything a cat needs. It is carpeted to promote scratching and exercising. When the cat is tired, it can lay down on the cat tree furniture and take a nap.
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Cat Tree Carpet

I am in the process of building a 5 level cat tree with a house on top. So far it hasn’t cost me a dime. I am using scrap wood from a construction site, carpet that I got free from my neighbor who installs carpet, spray glue glad I found in a house I rented, and screws and staples that I already had laying around. I will post some pics when I am done, but I decided to take a break to superglue my fingers back together. If anybody is wondering, peroxide is great for removing blood from carpet. Be careful people, razor blades are sharp.
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Cat Tree Carpet

The Professor November 28, 2012 I am in the process of building a 5 level cat tree with a house on top. So far it hasn’t cost me a dime. I am using scrap wood from a construction site, carpet that I got free from my neighbor who installs carpet, spray glue glad I found in a house I rented, and screws and staples that I already had laying around. I will post some pics when I am done, but I decided to take a break to superglue my fingers back together. If anybody is wondering, peroxide is great for removing blood from carpet. Be careful people, razor blades are sharp.
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Cat Tree Carpet

Craig September 28, 2012 I used your plans to make a cat tree for my cat. Total cost to me $21 for carpet remnant and rope, as I used some on the upper level too. Cat loves it. Thanks for the great instructions.
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Our traditional carpeted cat furniture models with optional sisal scratching accents are most plentiful. Our large selected of carpeted cat furniture is made with high quality carpeting and expert crafstmanship, and you’ll be sure to find something to fit your needs. Unlike traditional big box pet stores, many of our cat tree and kitty gym models allow you to custom configure your carpet colors and other options, allowing you to match your decor.
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**Update** Not sure why it took so long for me to leave a comment… I built this nearly a year ago with scrap plywood and 2x4s that I had in the basement and carpet that I bought from the local home imrpovement box store. Since I didn’t have to spend any money on lumber, I decided that a new pneumatic stapler and Kreg pocket hole jig was in order. The pneumatic stapler was ideal for attaching the sisal rope and carpet. Great plans, the two cats love it. Our one cat with claws scratches on this instead of the new couch. I don’t think you can teach a cat NOT to scratch – you have to provide a place that is okay for them to do it. I had scraps of 5/8″ OSB left over from the Dadand.com shelving project that I previously did, so that made up the platforms. The cat condo is sturdy enough that my kids sit on it! Thanks again for the great idea, plans, and humor!
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Dennis L. January 25, 2017 **Update** Not sure why it took so long for me to leave a comment… I built this nearly a year ago with scrap plywood and 2x4s that I had in the basement and carpet that I bought from the local home imrpovement box store. Since I didn’t have to spend any money on lumber, I decided that a new pneumatic stapler and Kreg pocket hole jig was in order. The pneumatic stapler was ideal for attaching the sisal rope and carpet. Great plans, the two cats love it. Our one cat with claws scratches on this instead of the new couch. I don’t think you can teach a cat NOT to scratch – you have to provide a place that is okay for them to do it. I had scraps of 5/8″ OSB left over from the Dadand.com shelving project that I previously did, so that made up the platforms. The cat condo is sturdy enough that my kids sit on it! Thanks again for the great idea, plans, and humor!
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I recently obtained an interesting shelf I wanted to turn into a cat tree. I have done this before with an old TV stand. However, I am looking for input on this one because it is a 6 foot tall, 4 shelf, straight up and down shelf. Just looking for some input and ideas from someone who has built a cat tree from scratch. Thanks!
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Scott February 5, 2013 I recently obtained an interesting shelf I wanted to turn into a cat tree. I have done this before with an old TV stand. However, I am looking for input on this one because it is a 6 foot tall, 4 shelf, straight up and down shelf. Just looking for some input and ideas from someone who has built a cat tree from scratch. Thanks!
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A.I have a 18lbs huge male cat (you wouldn't believe it, but he's not fat!) and he loves to run up and down it, and perch at the top, or claw at the bottom. I did have to bolt it into the wall with some hardawre from lowes because of the stability issues, but he absolutely loves it! Cat's don't come to much bigger than he does. I've had this tree since early December, and it's still in great shape (other than the carpet at the bottom). Hope this helps!

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