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Just a heads up Everyone! I got a notification from Amazon about a cat tree sale!! :blackcat
 

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Something with lots of levels and hidey holes!
That little kitten will hit the "teens" before you know it! :kittyball
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To be honest you are better to go for a bigger one in the first place. In literally weeks that 8 week old will be zooming up a bigger tree. Kiki is almost 6 months now but by 4 months was zipping up the different platforms and her favourite place now is the top platform from which she surveys her queendom. Lulu has been relegated to the 2nd platform although she seems happy with this.
 

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Yes! a taller tree would be great for Buster and Kramer! ;):p
 

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Awww C'mon Catdaddy...
Get them another one, a taller one and put it in your main living area, so you can watch the fun! ;):p
 

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ROFL! Maybe it would be possible to have both in your living room?!
 

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Get one with as wide a bottom platform as possible. Tall is not as important as placement IMO, but some young cats do love to be way up high. Cats like to look out windows and the current tree you have only has one window high perch. Get a tall one with easily accessible perches so they BOTH can look out. As they age they are not going to want to jump far or climb. Get one where they can easily reach each level without too much effort or strain on joints. That is what I like about mine - it's multi level and each level is not too hard to get to yet it reaches over my head. The top perch is actually taller than the top of the window.
 

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Cats like to look out windows and the current tree you have only has one window high perch. Get a tall one with easily accessible perches so they BOTH can look out. As they age they are not going to want to jump far or climb. Get one where they can easily reach each level without too much effort or strain on joints. That is what I like about mine - it's multi level and each level is not too hard to get to yet it reaches over my head. The top perch is actually taller than the top of the window.
I really think that is a good point, Marcia. I personally like it when both of my look outside and get excited.
 

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I have this one; specifically purchased because it was recommended on another site as a top choice for large cats (I have a ragsoll & 15 lb DMH). It is very sturdy and the platforms are large.

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Chloe, I really like that cat tree a lot!! It's not very wide, so I could imagine putting it in the corner by my window, too. I love that it's a free 2 day delivery!
 

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EE! I am so excited that I saw this, I really wish I had more space in my upstairs because I'd love to get this one for my guys...

Amazon.com : Go Pet Club Cat Tree, 50W x 26L x 72H, Beige : Pet Supplies

but instead I talked to my rescue that I foster for and they are going to buy me it for the foster kitties. I have plenty of space downstairs in my foster room for it!

& I couldn't help myself so I ordered this one for my babies and plan on putting it infront of a window for them. -> Amazon.com : Trixie Altea Cat Tree (Beige with paw prints) : Pet Supplies

Thanks for letting us know! YAY! -- so excited
 
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