Thursday, October 29, 2015

Realistic Cat Tree With Leaves

Today (October 29th) is Cat Day and I'm missing my cats. Oreo's been gone over a year now, so our household has been cat-less for some time. I'm not sure when we'll be ready to add a feline to the family, but I have decided that when that time comes, the new kitty will be treated like royalty, as no doubt she (or he) will demand. First order, buy kitty a deluxe cat tree and I've found the one I want. Take a look.
Treat your cat with this amazing realistic cat tree with leaves!

Is this not an awesome accessory for a household with a cat? Frankly, the picture doesn't do it justice so let me describe this for you in more detail.

This realistic cat tree with leaves is approximately 5 feet high with a nice heavy base that's 26 inches in diameter. Hidden among its silk leaves are three platforms on which my future cat (or yours) can sit, recline, play, sleep, or, most importantly, hide as he keeps a close eye on his surroundings. Isn't that awesome?

I already have a spot picked out for our cat's cat tree, next to the window in my office. The room could use a green plant there anyway, even a silk one. It's certainly prettier than a carpeted cat tree or wooden cat condo, but what I like best is that cats can feel hidden and safe as they nestle in the "branches," exercising their instinct for spying.

People who own this tree say that it looks nice in their homes and their cats love it. The cats quickly learn how to go from one platform to the next and they use the bottom of the trunk for scratching, which is definitely a good thing.

The tree arrives in four pieces and assembles quickly and easily. The entire piece weighs 40 pounds, so it should be quite stable even for larger cats.

The tree is a bit on the pricey side but mid-range in the selection of cat trees with leaves that I found and that you can see, too, on the CatsPlay.com site. I would encourage you to check out this page for other alternatives both to fit your budget and your lifestyle. In fact, if you have both more space and a bigger budget than mine, don't miss this large Sapling Cat Tree that is hand crafted from real trees and includes multiple levels, silk leaves, plus a cat-sized covered house at the bottom. Wow, it's amazing!
Spoil your cat with a realistic cat tree with leaves.

If you have a cat, be sure to give it some special attention today even if it isn't officially Cat Day when you read this. All pets deserve special treatment every day. Do let me know if you'll be treating yours to one of these fabulous cat trees and which one you like best.

~ Susan Deppner

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16 comments:

  1. What an awesome cat tree! I just know my grandkitties would love it and it would be prettier in my daughters home than the standard bare cat tree. Really cool idea!

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    1. Ah, and we know how much grandparents love to spoil their grands, including the kitties! I like that it's prettier than a typical cat tree, too. I can't imagine any cat not loving a tree with leaves. Thanks for chiming in!

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  2. I love it. As a would be crazy cat lady I think this is one of the sweetest trees that I have seen. Will do some sharing. What a great find.

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    1. Isn't it a great find? I was thrilled. Always appreciate shares, Lorelei, fellow would be crazy cat lady!

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  3. I think my grand-cat would love that tree...Thanks for the great recommend!

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    1. And if your grand-cat gets a tree, I'll expect pictures! :) Thanks, Mary Beth!

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  4. What a great idea, if I ever go back to getting another kitty, he or she will have one of these for sure.../.

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  5. Cats definitely DO like cat trees (my brother's 3 cats love theirs) and this one is extra special. Bro keeps his cat tree on his 4-season porch and the cats love to sit and spy on the birds in the backyard. This one with leaves would be perfect for that space and Bacchus, Bennie and Jack could hide and spy to their heart's content!

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    1. The 4-season porch would be a fabulous location, Elf. Feel free to pass along the information in case your brother decides that Bacchus, Bennie, and Jack should have a new indoor tree!

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  6. I love the idea of a realistic looking cat tree; I'm sure that our cats would love it. I do think that you'll be getting a cat or maybe two, soon.

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    1. I hope you're right! While I'm waiting to add a cat to our household, I hope you'll have the opportunity to treat your cat to one of these trees!

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  7. If I had an indoor kitty, this would definitely be on my shopping list. I don't currently have a kitty at all. Maybe someday.

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    1. Glad you like the cat tree, Barbara. Cats certainly add a lot of personality to the household. Maybe you will have one someday!

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  8. Susan, I really like this idea, but have cats that chew artificial flowers. Do you know if this product is harmful to cats who have a chewing problem?

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    1. Honestly, I don't know. I do believe, though, that the company that sells these trees wouldn't sell them if they had any idea that they would be harmful to cats. Of course, as the saying goes, "your results may vary." If you have a chewer who might be likely to swallow the artificial leaves, then I'd probably suggest you pass on the product. Always better safe than sorry! :(

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