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:) Since kitty is moving with me (puppy actually has companionship, and a guaranteed home already in this town, so she's staying), but to a small apartment, I wanted to invest in a nice big, yet apartment friendly cat tree for her to keep herself entertained. :3
Anyone got good places to ORDER one, since neither myself or my fiancee can drive, let alone buy ourselves a car lol.
Preferably, with free shipping.:mrgreen:
 

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Wayfair and Amazon have great prices on Armarkat cat trees. I really like mine, but don't get one covered in faux fur! Go with faux fleece. The faux fur looks nice, but it provides very little traction when they run around on it. I think these are the best (cheap) cat trees available, and both amazon and wayfair have free shipping! Just check both sites because they alternate as to who as the best price.
 

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In my opinion, Molly's Cat Trees are the best...they are very sturdy, with wide, weighted bottoms so they don't tip over. I have had one for three years and the other one for five years, two big cats ( with all claws intact ) and they are still going strong. You probably could find them by googling them, they have a website and probably also are on Amazon, but not sure.
 

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I have one of these and it is fantastic!! The cats jump all over it and it does not move at all. If I had the room I would buy another one, lol
ARUBACAT - CAT FURNITURE
I just looked at the site - I am thinking of replacing my current almost 15 year old cat tree with something new preferably with more room for my two kittens - and I don't see a way to buy a tree from them online. They look as good as angelical cat trees, and they appear cheaper. How did you buy them, did you go to a cat show? The next cat show here is in November, I was hoping to get something sooner, maybe in summer.

One other question. My current tree has flat shelves. The trees on the pictures are curved. Don't the kitties find it less comfortable not having a flat shelf to curl up?
 

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In my opinion, Molly's Cat Trees are the best...they are very sturdy, with wide, weighted bottoms so they don't tip over. I have had one for three years and the other one for five years, two big cats ( with all claws intact ) and they are still going strong. You probably could find them by googling them, they have a website and probably also are on Amazon, but not sure.
I looked at those. My problem with Molly is that all trees have carpeted posts and only one short sisal. I like sisal posts - my kittens like to scratch it and as I have carpeting all over my stairs and the second floor, I don't want them to get an idea that it's a good scratching material. So far I lucked out - the kittens came "sisal scratching post and cardbord scratchers trained", so I want to keep it this way.
 

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I second Wannabe Catlady's suggestion of checking out Wayfair. They have free shipping and tend to have sales a lot as well(at least every time I've looked anyway). I personally have a Kitty Mansion cat tree and am quite pleased with it and the cats love it.
 

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I have one that fits nicely in the corner. The supports are just logs while the sitting levels are carpet and one has sheep skin. We just got it from Petco, you can find a lot of options online and they will deliver.
 
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