Everyone knows that cats are the true rulers of the household. Now you can give your cat the high perch they deserve so they gaze upon their domain. Cat shelves offer a comfortable spot for cats to relax and savor the joy of their existence.
We offer a number of shelves including a cat window shelf, a cat wall climber and even a perch.
These can all be designed to hang on the perfect spot on your wall depending upon your cat’s character. Cat wall climber shelves can be placed high for those felines with a taste for adventure.
A shelf perch can be placed lower for older or not-so-active cats.
We selected a variety of shelves and they are designed to support a cat’s body. Each piece can be mixed with other pieces of cat furniture, such as cat trees and scratching posts, to create an amazing setup for your feline friend.
A happy cat equals a happy home!
These pieces of cat furniture serve three purposes:
Your cat will be so happy knowing you invested in her well-being. An amusement park on the wall will let your cat know you care.
Cat furniture can make your home look ten times better, especially when you design it with yourself and your feline in mind. Not to mention, the wall furniture we offer was hand picked with aesthetics as a primary choice.
How many cat scratchers and cat condos do you have covering your floor? Imagine lifting them all up in an area your cat would prefer to lounge. Not only will you and your cat love the new cat shelf look, you can free up lots of clutter on the floor.
As long as they are installed properly, your cat wall shelves are absolutely safe. You will know right away if it was hung sturdy. Be sure to follow the directions on your product and use the exact accessories provided (or suggested).
Here is a step by step video showing you exactly how to hang the Catastrophic Creation products. This should give you any additional details you need! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQdQ5t6ZLuU
This honestly depends on you and your cat. Frankly, you may have a small wall space and then your options will be a little more limited. You should also measure your cat to see how long he is. This will help you decide which length will be best! (12” is as short as I personally like to go for my cat)