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October 25, 2009

Cat Tree House


From the website:


Feline Tree House

This hand-crafted treehouse lets felines indulge their primeval jungle instincts.

Made from mature dragonwood trees harvested from sustainable forests in Florida and Georgia, the tree house is built during a 16-hour process that requires 1,000 individual cuts.

The tree is left in its natural state — gnarled branches, bark, lichen and all — and the platforms are custom-cut to fit its unique contours.

With cedar shutters, shaker shingles, and wall-to-wall frieze carpeting, the spacious 18" x 22" wood chalet offers a posh haven for weary or reclusive felines.

Carpeted 16" square and 16" x 24" perches and a carpeted cradle tucked among the branches let cats survey their surroundings from above, and are permanently attached to the trunk for stability.

All carpeting (except the cradle's) is held in place with Velcro fasteners, allowing easy removal for cleaning.

Realistic camilla silk foliage provides the concealment that felines naturally crave.

Due to the unique shape of each tree, platform positions may vary from those shown. 

Includes two hanging cat toys.

72"H x 19"W x 28"D. 

Minimal assembly.

92 lbs.




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