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How To Properly Size Your Cat Tree

Your average cat tree must be sized properly for your average cat. Unfortunately, most of us do not have 'average' sized cats. Accordingly, I have developed the following rule of thumb:





The average cat tree fits one large....


Or two small....


And here is Side View #1...note there is a wee bit of extra space...


Side View #2...no extra space...



Goliath says his cat tree has kitten coodies. The cat tree actually belongs to PD, but Mrs. G and then Goliath said otherwise once it arrived in the house. Now it seems to belong to a new generation. All hail the princesses.

Frog Out

ETA: The Dude says he prefers the spelling "cooties." He should know.

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tcastleb
Oct. 10th, 2009 08:30 pm (UTC)
Funny. When I saw the top pic, I thought, "Oh, hey, there's Hil--oh wait, no." Those are really cute pics, though.
karen_w_newton
Oct. 10th, 2009 10:15 pm (UTC)
I think if you looked "loll" up in the dictionary, seeing one of these pics as an illustration would be perfect.
ann_leckie
Oct. 11th, 2009 01:27 am (UTC)
We learned about cat tree sizing the hard way--bought the smallest one, then discovered that if there's not room on top for two cats, sisters who otherwise love each other will hiss and claw over the right to occupy the top level. I immediately returned to the store and upgraded.

Now the kittens are discovering that while they thought they owned the tree, Puddin' has a distinct and clearly stated opinion about either of them trying to occupy the top while she's there.
safewrite
Oct. 11th, 2009 01:41 am (UTC)
Must...get...an extra-large one...four cats....

Woe.
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