Do you want your cat to have some comfort and fun? If you answered positively, it might be worth to browse through the photos that are shown below. Here you will see many different types of cardboard cat trees, all of which come in various styles, shapes and sizes. What would you say about these?
Big and tall tree for the whole cats family. It is made of compressed wood finished in beige. It has a square base, 3 tall posts wrapped with sisal rope, 1 short post, 2 condos, 2 ladders and 5 shelves. There's also a movable hanging 'mouse'.
If your cat likes fun and interesting places this cat tree is a great place for him. Numerous obstacles, interesting fun and solid construction give him a long and cheerful fun.It looks perfectly at home on the terrace or in the garden.
Make a Cardboard Cat Castle: Conspire with your kids to create a royal playhouse for your felines!
Ha! My kind of DIY and would probably get more use than a store bought tree. The 20 Best Cat Towers
Cat tree. I need to make one for my big fat cat!! The one we have is a little to small for him.
Cat playing Portal :) Wow, I keep looking at commercial cat trees, but I bet they'd like this just as well, if not better!
kitty boxes (they LOVE boxes) with scratching post...cool idea that looks easy to make.
Christmas ideas - Google Search Smaller scale maybe and painted in a whimsical How the Grinch Stole Christmas look.
diy cardboard cat houses | Tutorial: DIY Cat Tree / Condo / Resort from Cardboard Cardboard Cat ... I've got boxes everywhere so why not?!?
was looking up ideas for clients...we recommend this all the time, but it's nice to have a photograph to go a long with it.
paper + wood trees / styling by vanessa colyer tay and photography by sam mcadam / via blog.piajanebijke...
Cat ladder Germany (nice idea, award-winning concept... but how much grip does this thing provide?) |
Catemporary Cat Castle: artistic cardboard tower, with a full color print, has multiple levels for climbing and perching.
My cats would love this! I wouldn't let them walk above my kitchen cabinets, though. Cat hairs on the counter? Ew.
Yes, lord Vadar the small woodland creatures will be in range momentarily. You may commence your landing.
Using the remains of an Ikea wardrobe, some old carpet tile samples, waste cardboard rolls, heavy string, and pine edging to create a cheap DIY cat tower
Do Not throw out your Cardboard Boxes when you can create some fun for your Cats. Forget spending hundreds of dollars on Cat Trees and Climbers...
christmas tree using fabric and styrofoam and stick pins | DIY Burlap Trees} - My Happy Nest
LOVE this mosaic craft idea!!!!!!!!! Think we might make this as Christmas gifts for the extended family, this year. :)