Take a look at the great cat trees built by our customers. The plans show anyone how to make a cat condo and cat furniture. Give your kitty a place to scratch and stop them from scratching your furniture.
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I just made your Mistoffolees Castle, and I’ve attached some pics if you want to put them on your site. My friend and I had a fun time making the kitty condo, Total materials cost for me was $60. Not bad!
Here’s Jazz our 7 month old tabby relaxing and watching the squirrels and birds from high atop his perch on his new cat tree.
I found your plans very helpful and easy to use, thank-you.
I love your plans (and so do my cats! – Doolie and Dylan, here are the pictures…)
I just finished one of the cat tree plans with a couple of modifications. Thank you for the easy step-by-step instructions. I especially found the tips for carpeting extremely helpful. The kittens, Cali and Torti, love their new tree!
I recently purchased you plans. I built one of the trees and my cats love it.
I have sent picts along with this email.
This is a picture of my second tree, it’s a combination of your trees as you can probably see. Thanks again, I really enjoyed building them and enjoy watching my cats play on them.
Just wanted to share with you my completed cat tree. Here is a picture of Beauregard and Sinclair enjoying their new home. Thanks, the plans were easy to follow.
She LOVES it!!
Thank You so for the plans. Our cats names are Abigail and Blaze. I really enjoyed making them! And they really love this one! Thanks again.
Heathcliff & Gizmo hanging out on their cat tree in Clearwater Florida.
Thanks for your great plans, which I recently purchased from you. They take the guesswork out of planning, and save plenty of wasted time and resources. Here is a picture of your simplest project which I recently completed (but perhaps the most valuable for a young cat with claws, as it gives plenty of scratching area). The picture is of MILO from FLORIDA (my daughter’s cat, who was the recipient of the gift, and who adopted the piece immediately!).
All of your plans are very easy to construct with some simple tools along with the excellent instructions. I chose the “Castle” but I changed the bottom using a concrete form. I’d like to say Thank you for the excellent plans and instructions.
Chevy is at top and Zena is below him. They love it and I love you for that. They are my babies. Thanks so much. I look forward to building the next one. It was so easy.
The first tree (blue) resides in Michigan and is used by Molly (not shown, picture on your site has my cat Vinnie before delivery). As you can see the sisal is on place. Can’t see it in the shot but the sisal has really got some use. Pokie is the cat in the picture. We have three black cats (Vinnie, Pokie, and Football). The local Home Depot will make a few cuts for free which may benefit some people with small cars and limited tools. I have started another hideout for donation to the Michigan Humane Society in Detroit (your can see the roll of carpet in the picture).
Here are some of the pictures I took of the tree and the cats.
Hi, completed the Hideout cat tree and I don’t know who is more pleased, Ming or me. Very enjoyable project spread over several days. Ming, a male Bengal, has a longer body than most cats. The plans were very clear and easy to follow.
Bought your plans this morning, went to Home Depot (About $50 for the materials and they cut all of the wood) We had some leftover carpet from when we replaced our carpet last year.
It took about 6 hours (including the trip to Home Depot).
Here is a picture of our happy cat.
Just wanted to let you know that I loved your plans! Here’s a photo of my cats in what has quickly become their favorite space. I’m going to build the small one (Mungojerrie window perch) for my mom’s cat