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where should I get my new cat tree?

post #1 of 21
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So I just got a pretty nice settlement (previous back injury) and decided I should splurge and get the kitties a new cat tree and maybe a couple of window seats being that we have a lot of windows! I would like a large one..they would like a large one . Anyone got pics ,ideas? I'm excited and I'll be getting a new bed for me and taking some yoga classes and probly find a good chiropractor for the good ol back! (And find a new apartment!!! )
post #2 of 21
The last two trees I got I purchased at PetsMart, and I am VERY happy with them. I posted pictures of them both on TCS in FurPics. However, you will DEFINITELY need a new chiropractor if you decide to carry one into the house all by yourself! Ouch!
post #3 of 21
Thread Starter 
Petsmart is kinda far for one who doesn't drive, I think it's a good few downs over.....
maybe online?
post #4 of 21
Ebay!!!!!!!!! Or look on Meowhoo.com for cat trees...they list lots of cat tree sellers
post #5 of 21
Thread Starter 
I never have much luck on ebay. I think I had checked out mewhoo.com a while back...I do like the trees!!!! maybe a few of them would actually be caught hanging out on it together!!!!
post #6 of 21
With regards to ebay, sometimes its worth contacting the sellers direct and saying 'would you accept x amount for this cat tree', if you dont have much luck with auctions.
post #7 of 21
If you are looking for a new place, maybe hold off getting the cat tree. If it will be awhile, get one now. We got ours at Petco. Petsmart also has some nice ones.

Whatever you get, be sure it has a very sturdy base so it cannot be tipped over if you have cats over 10 lbs. Ours is simple - has a few shelves and a round bed on top. But we'll probably be getting a 2nd one, as Ling and Charlie argue over who gets the bed on top

If you have a local cat show coming up, many times they have cat treehouse vendors at the shows with special show prices (usually cheaper then Petco/Petsmart). Before I moved, my tree houses were bought at the shows.

Also the tree house should be a minimum of 4-5 feet tall.
post #8 of 21
i bought mine on ebay and he does a buy it now price but i managed to be the only bidder on one of the trees ans he happens to sell allot!!

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/ALBANY-RD-P...meZL2222QQtZkm

this is my one:

post #9 of 21
OHHHHHHHHHHH I love that one! Can I ask how much it was on ebay? With shipping?
post #10 of 21
I'm in the UK so it cost me £40 and postage was £15 pounds so £55 in total which is a bargin concidering the size of it!! It is brand new and came in a HUGE box, which they also loved to play in!
post #11 of 21
You DID get a bargin. That tree over here would be about $200 (maybe more) Its really cool. Also would go very well in our living room....hint hint. Maybe you should send it here
post #12 of 21
i'm sure the'll ship it to you it goes well in my living room too colour and every thing lol
post #13 of 21
Yeah, but it would cost and arm and TWO legs for the shipping to the mid- US
post #14 of 21
humm its worth asking them
Or maybe theres other sellers who have the same tree?
post #15 of 21
Will look on ebay here - thanks
post #16 of 21
Did you find it, GoldenKitty? It looks like they have them IN the US, ready to ship! Maybe you can do this!
post #17 of 21
Did a quick search - found some others - mainly solid colors but will look into it further and have DH look at them too
post #18 of 21
hope you find one you like
post #19 of 21
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So I just got a pretty nice settlement (previous back injury) and decided I should splurge and get the kitties a new cat tree and maybe a couple of window seats being that we have a lot of windows! I would like a large one..they would like a large one . Anyone got pics ,ideas? I'm excited and I'll be getting a new bed for me and taking some yoga classes and probly find a good chiropractor for the good ol back! (And find a new apartment!!! )
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post #20 of 21
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I'm pretty sure I'll be getting the biggest one on there! I have to wait till the move now but still I will be getting it
post #21 of 21
I get everything I can off eBay, great deals and lots of unused items on there!!! I know they are going for $50-70 with shipping for fairly big cat trees!
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