Now THAT is awesome. Any tips or how-to suggestions for those of us who are carpentry-challenged but want to keep our cats happy?
Oh, wow, that is one gorgeous cat tree! Your kitties are very lucky.I'm in the process of trying to make the ultimate cat tree for my own critters. For the base, I'm using a very heavy night stand. It has 1 drawer with an open "box" area beneath the drawer. I removed the drawer and its hardware, and the cats immediately claimed the box for their bed. Next, I'm going to attach cubes and platforms that reach to the ceiling. Will probably take me eons to complete, and I'm sure it won't look as awesome as Wally's!
Amy, I'd like to feature your wonderful cat trees on my blog, News From the Holmestead. May I have permission to do so? I will give Wally proper credit, of course! ~ Sherrie Holmes
Sure Sherrie! :)
Thank you, Amy! I will do my post in draft form and set it to go live soon. Will let you know when I do so. ~ Sherrie
Hi, Amy! Do you have any notes/tips on making your lovely cat-glade? About how long did it take you? I'm very tempted to try it myself, with the aid of a handyman for the sawing. Happy New Year!
We worked on it together for maybe five different days for 2 hours at a time. Then I did all the carpeting which was a job on it's own. It's definitely not a one day project.
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