Go Pet Club F101 Cat Tree Condo Furniture
Go Pet Club F101 Cat Tree
Cats and kittens love to have a space to climb and the Go Pet Club F101 Beige Cat Tree will provide your cat the perfect place to climb, sleep, scratch, and play.
The Go Pet Club F101 Beige Cat Tree is specifically designed to provide your cat with environmental enrichment that helps prevent behavioral problems and health issues due to obesity and inactivity. Offering your cat a variety of scratching options helps to keep your cat’s nails trim and helps prevent destructive scratching of furniture and curtains.
The Go Pet Club F101 Beige Cat Tree comes easy to assemble with step by step instructions and tools included. This plush cat tree features soft faux beige fur fabric, sisal rope wrapped scratching posts, and (3) bolstered platform beds.
Keep your cat free of boredom and inactivity with a Go Pet Club Cat Tree.
- Provides environmental enrichment
- Helps prevent behavioral problems and health issues to due obesity and inactivity
- Provides a safe place for your cat to file their nails, stretch, play and sleep
- (3) Bolstered platform beds
- Multiple sisal rope wrapped and faux fur scratching posts
- Covered in soft faux beige fur
- Solid wood design
- Perfect for multi cat households
- Easy to assemble with step by step instruction and tools included
(19.5” W x 17.5" L x 35" H)
Bottom Perch Size:
(12” W x 16.5” L x 2” H)
Middle Perch Size:
(12” W x 11.5” L x 2” H)
Top Perch Size:
(10.25” W x 19” L x 2” H)
Post Cover Material:
Natural sisal rope/faux fur
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Was part of this item put together upside down? Why would the sisal covered (the part that the cats can scratch on) be all the way up by the highest part of the tower. I think they should be down on the bottom where the cat can get to it and use. Otherwise, the cats will be ripping up the material on the lower parts of the "legs" that hold the tower up. Is this really the way that it is supposed to be put together? Thanks.
Best Answer: It does seem to be upside down, but it can only be put together one way. The cloth on the lower posts does get torn ad loosened, while the upper sisal does not get used as much. However, the real issue is that this is quite small. My small cat runs and jumps up to the top, but she barely fits to nap on it. The larger cat climbs up but does not make it to the top. It does not feel secure for her. I bought a taller one with larger platforms and they both love it and even use the top shelf. This one has much more sisal and they both use it. Good luck!