Skip to comments.Amazing German Designed Cat Climbing Furniture
Posted on 01/16/2014 3:02:16 PM PST by SWAMPSNIPER
Talk about cat climbing heaven! This incredible line of handcrafted designer cat climbing furniture comes from German company Goldtatze, which seems to translate to Gold Paw, a fitting name since any cat who is given such luxurious accommodations is certainly living the good life!
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Did the Marxist cats come in and fine the owner for violating height regulations?
Mobel fur katzen.
Looks like heaven for young agile cats.
I have one floor to ceiling cat tree, one floor to almost ceiling cat tree, and other smaller simpler cat stands around the house.
All my cats (two aged 11, two aged 6, all four are chubby) seemed content just to lounge around no higher than the counter top.
My friend had her own rough version of that installed in her house. Shelf like ledges near the ceiling of rooms with high ceilings. Stout pole covered with short nap carpet standing vertically. The cats loved it. Especially when she needed to take them to the vet................
A couple of things that people can do which is simple are, try to find a spot where your cat can get sun, see if a window bed works for you, or a coffee table pushed up to a window, get an electric bed for your cat if you keep your house cool.
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Ooooh that is fantastic!!! My sweet little old furlady is blind and fast approaching that last trip to the vet. But if down the road we adopt another one (or two) puddy-tats, I’d love to have some of this type of the thing for them. My husband will object, but ha-ha, like his opinion matters. ;-)
Yeah, right. It will be a cold day in hell when I do that.
"Well, now that I think about it... yes... I guess I AM... *yawn* King of the World."
I did, the electric bed was about $30.00, with a wall plug, it didn’t draw any noticeable juice and the cat loved it, I lived in a beach shack that was very airy inside (candles would blow out in high winds), and I didn’t have heating or cooling.
It was similar to this one, using a maximum of 4 watts when the cat is on it.
So it wasn't a cold day hell?
As you can imagine, the winters were very cool inside that breezy shack, even the windows were homemade, and didn’t have screens, only a little hook latch, the front door had a chain run through a big hole as a lock and door latch, and the walls and roof (which was the ceiling) were only single, 1” boards, it was quite the place.