Foster Oreo and resident Pyro know how to spend the warm part of the day; siesta time! 😸💤 Cats love to be able to survey their turf and high/tall cat trees are great at satisfying that urge! Sometimes when she’s scared while guests are over, Pyro will hide in the cubbies in the cat trees and it does seem to help her feel more confident. I bet she thinks she’s very sneaky in the top of a tree.
The only downside about cat trees is that they’re nearly impossible to sterilize, so when we have baby kittens or new fosters, the trees get moved out of the kitten room. Carpet/sisal can be cleaned with a bleach spray and carpet cleaners, but it’s impossible to guarantee sterility so it’s best not to risk it. Once kittens get vaccinated, then they get to play with the big kid toys! The blue tree was an Amazon find and an adventure to assemble, and the beige tree is an awesome handmidown from the wonderful Catmom @!