Are you a cat person? Do you have cats at home? This furry feline companion extremely needy and adorable. They constantly need your attention, pat on the head and do not forget to play with them. So, if you are thinking of giving your cat the ultimate pampering, then making your very own DIY cat tree is something to considers.
For anyone who seems confused, the cat tree provides your cat with a miniature of a tree which they can climb whenever they want. We all know that felines creature likes high place usually. This is especially true, at least for the common cat we usually raise in our own home.
Because of the reason above, there is a need for having a cat tree for your kitty. Well, if you are interested in this project, but don’t know where to start. Then, here are some pictures to get you some ideas which can inspire you on your DIY cat tree.
Initially, the cat will try to sharpen and clean their claws by scathing them. This is one activity that any cat’s owner will find annoying and not cute at all. They will scratch your leather sofa, and damage your curtains. So, dedicate one area for them to do their thing is the best thing to do, to keep their claws clean and your furniture safe from cat’s scratches.
Having more than one cat means a bigger cat tree. A three-tier cat tree will be sufficient and provides many rooms for you cat to play around. From one tier to another they will surely enjoy scratching, swinging and playing around either with each other or the tree accessories. The small wooden stair is a nice touch that makes the overall structure even cuter
A cat tree does not always need to be playful. It also can be sophisticated and luxury. By paying attention to the essential this round basket on top of a three-pole is the place for your cat to nap. While the playing area is limited to one hanging fur ball and a scratching area in one of the pole. Simple yet adequate. The small area on the bottom can also be a place for your cat for resting after tired playing around.
When you heard the word cat tree. It does not literally mean have to resemble tree-like shaped. This cat playing area on the wall is a great wall to utilize an empty space on the wall. It is also a great way to make your very own unique treehouse.
When your cat tree design matches the interior of your house. It is such a pleasant sight and the place where your cat is playing feels like a part of the home decoration and blends perfectly. These cubes boxes and its casual color fit the minimalist theme of the living room.
A combination of plants and strings of wide fabrics and its large cat tree makes an amusing decoration that not only makes your cat happy but also creates playful home decor. The additional green plants add a hint of color that even the cats do not mind.
Your cat very own tent on the corner give a nice private area for her or him napping and bring cute as ever. You can take three wide planks of wood and attach them together. The simple design can be easily done by any beginner level of carpentry.
If a not big and large cat tree is not your style, or moreover not your cat’s ideal tree. Then maybe the feline friend will enjoy this woven short tower that has a basket on top with strings of ropes as a place form them to do as much scratching as they wanted.
A large and tall tree for your cat is really going to make your cat even happier. It means there are more steps to climbs and staging areas. This black and white cat tree stand tall in the corner giving your cat a very playful and private place to play around.
If you are thinking of making your own cat tree, then there is no need to think of the difficult design. You can even use an old birdhouse and turn it into a cozy cat tower for your cat. Now, all you need as just some high and sturdy pole and cover everything with soft furry fabric and strings of strings as a scratching area.
What a cute and comfortable cat tree. The softcover all around the tower is so cozy that can make your catnapping all day without moving an inch. Moreover, the pawn like a like window is an adorable touch for your cat’s home. The tree poles hanging with fur balls means you are not kidding when you want your cat to enjoy themselves.
“A cat has nine lives” is a saying that states how a cat can just juggle through just about any living area. It also says that a cat can have a very high tower with steep slides and still manage to call it fun. Your cat can slide down or even climbs up on the same slide, with no hassles.
A jungle concept cat tree with an abundance of fur and a tree from a real unused tree is a great way to recycle as well as giving a tree a second life. Your cat will live in a nice and rustic tree with a natural feels.
Modernize your cat tree in accordance with your home interior design. A velvet covers on the entire tree structures and darker strings around the pole revamps your cat tree. It becomes more sleek and modern appeals.
This cat tree inspired by actual trees with fake leaves, branches looks alike and green grass. With this one particular shady cat tree, your cat can sense somehow an outdoor ambiance while having a great home decor addition as well.