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Have you ever noticed, when you introduce your cat to a new cat tree, that she will check out the hole of the playhouse before she enters. Her whiskers tell her if the hole is big enough for her to enter. That is to say that cats have their own built in measuring tape. Her whiskers tell her immediately if there is room for her whole body in the cat tree playhouse. The cats whiskers are the their sensory tools. They are more deeply embedded in the cats body than their fur hair. Cats whiskers are connected to their muscular...

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Felines tend to gravitate to high places. What makes a cat enjoy sitting on the top of your refrigerator or on the highest perch on a cat tree? There are a number of reasons contributing to this. Innate Nature The innate nature of felines is to climb to something high where she can observe her realm. Outside cats are both predator and prey. They escape to trees to evade their predators and they hunt for their food. The indoor house cat does not have to worry about hunting or being attacked by predators. However, their instincts are the same. To...

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Every good cat tree must be a suitable height for your cat.  It must be sturdy, have sisal wrapped posts, and an appropriate holding weigh for your cat or cats.

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