Looking for cat tree plans? If you're planning on a DIY cat furniture project, below are some resources for building various cat climbing furniture pieces.
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Six tree plans on CD plus instant download for $9.95 US. You get photos, step by step instructions, and a materials list.
Below are some resources on free cat tree plans.
Building a cat tree
You can build this carpet and sisal-covered 4 level, 5 foot high cat tree.
Build your own cat tree
You can build this design, published by the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies. They state it was originally published in the June/July 1994 issue of PETA’s Animal Times (June/July 1994).
This is a four perch cat tree (2 feet wide x 2 feet deep x 4 feet 6 six inches high), and suggests using heavy upholstery and poly batting rather than carpet. This is because cats have been known to sometimes scratch up and destroy carpet (although the plans allow for carpeting to be used if desired).
The Cat Ladder
Here's a unique idea made from a step-ladder, some sisal rope, a cardboard concrete tube, and some carpeting. There are no plans, per se, but I believe it should be easy enough to copy a simple design like this.
Here are more ideas, descriptions, and photos for some creative do it yourself projects and DIY cat furniture makers.
Natural Tree Furniture
Want a more natural look and surface for your cat to climb on? Have a look at this site.
While some cats may not seem that enthusiastic about it, most cats really do enjoy cat furniture!
No time? Decided it's too big a project?
Buy ready made products or ready to assemble products.
There are literally thousands of designs and models to choose from. Below are some of your options.
The Angelical Cat Company
The Angelical Cat Company makes high quality furniture, including rustic models, that even a 125 lb. panther can climb on.
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