SmartCat Multi-Level Cat Climber door hanging fun for cats


SmartCat Multi-Level Cat Climber

SmartCat Multi-Level Cat Climber – Why didn’t someone think of this sooner?

Designed to hang on any standard door in your home, the Cat Climber from SmartCat is the perfect choice for smaller homes or people who don’t want to swap an end table for a traditional cat tree.

Now your cat can scratch, play, sleep, and exercise safely on this patented product.

The climber is easily moved from door to door because of its spring loaded bracket system.

SmartCat Multi-Level Cat Climber
List Price: $70.00
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The natural sisal post is ideal for scratching. Made of durable wood, the climber will withstand years of use. I have three in my house, one for each cat, says designer Angela Moser.

Our cats love it when we move them around the house, it’s like a new adventure for them.



3 thoughts on “SmartCat Multi-Level Cat Climber door hanging fun for cats

  1. Great idea, but not ready for prime time What I great idea! I thought. A multi-level cat tree that does not take up half of the living room. And the picture of the kitties on it is so cute. Well, hold on before you click on the Buy button. The company needs to tweak this design. The darn thing refuses to lay flat against the door; it bows outward and the unit will actually sway when a cat jumps on it. The spring on the adjustable bracket is noisy and not sturdy enough to do the job. Combine swaying with noise, and guess what? Yeah, the cats act like the tree is a product from Cat He**. We’re talking non-stop fluffed tails, ears pinned back and finally, avoidance of the tree at all costs. If you want to take your chances with this, go ahead. But it is really pricey to return, due to its weight. I’d wait until the 1.0 model is available, and pass up the beta that the manufacturer obviously has released.

  2. Great for kittens This climber is great if you live in an apartment and want to give your cats a dual scratching-post/climber without sacrificing space. I have two small kittens (11 weeks old) that took to it in no time. We will come home from work and find both of them on the top platform looking down at us. Note: If you have small kittens, you might want to initially help them figure out how to get down from the lower perches before leaving them alone with it – it is a little easier to get up than down. 

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