21 Feb Floor To Ceiling Cat Trees UK
Cats love to exercise, well most of them do.. Too be honest my cat is pretty lazy, but he is almost 25 years old amazingly so I think I will let him off for spending the remaining years of his life curled up into a ball on the sofa or his little cat tree hammock..
However, if your feline friend is a little bundle of adventurous energy and is confined to the indoors, then a floor-to-ceiling cat tree is the puurfect product to engage their brains and ensure that their physical exercising needs are met.
You will be pleased to know that here at Cat Tree UK, we have the largest selection of floor to ceiling cat trees to suit all budgets and styles.
No matter how high your ceiling, most of our floor to ceiling cat trees can be customised to ensure the cat tree clamps against a variety of ceiling heights by adding extra poles or hammocks.
Floor to ceiling cat trees can go up to a monstrous height of 3 meters, any higher than this is not generally recommended as it can affect the stability of your floor to ceiling cat trees. Safety should alaways come first when it comes to considering installing a gorgeous floor to ceiling cat tree within your home.
The difference between a floor to ceiling cat trees and your standard cat tree, is that they bring out the natural agility in cats to promote exercise, well being & interactive play.
Cats also love heights and to survey they’re surroundings from a majestic height. Therefore, a floor to ceiling cat trees ticks all the boxes to keep them happy and content.
You will immediately notice the difference in your cat when you start playing with them on a big cat tree!
To make it even more exciting for them, you can always spray the sisal posts in catnip and you will have hours of entertainment watching your cat go crazy on their new kitty construction.
The average height of a floor to celling cat tree is around 240cm, but many products include add-ons to extend your floor to ceiling cat tree even more.
We have compiled a list of our favourite and most popular cat trees below. Let us know what you think!