Hand Made Cat Climbing Towers

 

Climbing up high is extremely important for a cat. Cats like high places for safety, for looking down on ‘their’ territory, for their own space away from people, and to play on.. stretching their muscles and keeping their nails healthy and cat climbers represent an-indoor or outdoor personal tree. 

 

I would like to introduce the perfect solution in finding the best out-door cat climbers: http://www.cat-climbing-towers.com

 

It’s a small family run business with impeccable customer service and attention to small detail. The company offers ‘set’ designs in different shapes/heights: http://www.cat-climbing-towers.com/products.php as well as customised designs or requests from the client. After quoting a price they quickly get to work hand crafting your climber. It is then delivered as a whole unit within a very reasonable time frame and arrives very carefully wrapped.

 

My cats customised climber arrived a few weeks ago and my cats adore it. Their cat climber has a ‘cave’ at the bottom and is a 5 tiered tower a little higher than this one: http://www.cat-climbing-towers.com/four-tier.php

 

David Hodgetts, the carpenter/designer, is now looking into designing cat climbers that look like trees. Apart from the US (who charge stupid money making these types of climbers) their is no one else in the UK making them so keep checking their web site for updates.

 

I wish him and his company the very best of luck and if you want the best climbing frame for your cat and want a very personalised and friendly service I can’t think of a better company to go to.

 For more advice visit http://www.catnips.co.uk
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About Anita Kelsey - Cat Behaviour Consultant

Anita Kelsey holds a first class honours degree in Feline Behaviour and Psychology (work based BA Hons) and runs a vet referral service dedicated strictly to the diagnosis and treatment of behaviour problems in cats. She is also a qualified cat groomer and specialises in grooming aggressive or phobic cats. Anita writes for Your Cat Magazine and is on their experts panel answering readers questions on cat grooming. She also advises on feline behaviour for the CFBA (Canine and Feline Behaviour) magazine as well as being a full member. Anita is based in Notting Hill, London but consults all over the UK as well as international requests. She lives with her husband, a music producer, and two Norwegian Forest cats, Kiki and Zaza. Anita's debut book, Claws, Confessions Of A Cat Groomer is published by John Blake Publishers and is out on 7th September 2017 (available for pre-orders on Amazon UK)
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