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I'm a big DIY-er and Mr. Booth needs a scratching post, at least, but I was thinking that it might be fun to make him a cat tree/scratching post combo thingy...

Does anyone know of any websites that I could get great ideas from? :D

Also, in a cat tree, what are generally "the best" parts of it for your cats? What could I leave out? Is taller better? Especially if the cat in question isn't really a climber? Would a good cat tree awaken his climbing senses?
 

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In my experience, there is no such thing as too high of a cat tree. There is such a thing as too UNSTABLE of a cat tree though, and the taller it is, the more challenging that is unless you do one of those rod types that attach to the ceiling. Mine really don't care to scratch the posts on it, which is a waste. And honestly, they only use the highest perches for sleeping. The condo parts are mostly ignored.
 
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