The holidays are around the corner and we begin shopping for our human companions, let’s not forget about our feline ones.
Cats may not always listen and stay off the counter or use the pet bed they got last year but they do all seem to love climbing and scratching. It’s just making sure they climb and scratch the appropriate furniture that is important to us.
We have made a list of the 7 best cat towers that you can order and have in time for the holidays.
7 of the Best Cat Climbing Towers
A cat tree that can be stabilized with a top pole to attach to the ceiling makes this cat tree study, safe, and perfect for your jungle kitty. The posts are wrapped in sisal rope and the lounge areas are faux fur.
A total of 3 baskets, 3 ladders, and 2 roped areas makes this jungle gym perfect for any active cat who loves to climb, or for multi-cat families.
The SmartCat Multi-Level cat climber is designed to hang on the back any standard door and is the perfect choice for smaller homes or people who don’t want to swap an end table for a traditional cat tree. Just be sure to watch out if you walk by and the door is open, you might get ambushed from behind!
Ok. This is probably one of the slickest cat trees out there. It’s modern design hides the fact that it’s for your cats so it can help you hide your cat obsession somewhat from your visitors. Stands 68 inches tall and is made from birch plywood with a walnut stain. There are 4 carpeted platforms for your cat to nap on. While it’s not a scratching post it is a rather sleek looking tree.
The Lotus Cat Tower also blends well with modern furniture. Standing at almost 6 feet tall, its multiple platforms give cats a place to climb and perch. There is some assembly required. This one is also quite sleek and gives your cats several shelves to perch on as well as a cubby hole on the bottom and a sisal scratching pad on the side.
This cat tower is 66 inches tall and have several large beds and resting areas for your cat or cats to lounge on. Sisal rope is perfect for digging their claws into and it’s sturdy and handmade. The hole at the top of the high tube is for those contortionists in your house who can wiggle and bend to get on the top shelf.
This cat tree is great for older cats who aren’t as active as they used to be but still love to climb. It’s good for kittens who aren’t to fly through the air just yet. This cat tree has two cradles and one lookout to snooze on and is great for multi-cat households.
This post is 32 inches tall and wrapped in sisal allowing cats to get a great full stretch, dig their nails in, and save your furniture. Sturdy construction with 16” x 16” wide base reduces tipping and wobbling. Fast and easy assembly attaches the post to the base using the two screws included.
Do You Have A Favorite Cat Climbing Tower or Tree?
Which one of these do you like the best? Or maybe you have another one that we haven’t listed? Let us hear about it in the comment section below.