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About Happy & Polly Cat Tree For Small Spaces

2. Despite the small footprint, our small space cat trees don't lack function. Each cat tree has been carefully designed to include different heights, perches, scratching posts, and hiding places - all of which are necessary to fulfill your cat's instincts and needs. From chaise lounges to viewing platforms, these cat trees offer your cat a variety of activities that encourage play, exercise and relaxation.

3. In addition to traditional compact cat trees, we also offer innovative wall-mounted cat trees that provide a unique and space-efficient option for cat owners. These wall-mounted structures not only save floor space but also add a touch of modern flair to your home. Equipped with safety features and designed for entertainment, these cat trees ensure that your cats can engage in playful activities and relax in a secure setting, even in limited living spaces.

4. When it comes to choosing a cat tree for your home, safety is paramount. Our cat trees are built with sturdy materials and stable constructions to prevent tipping, especially in households with active or large cats. Stability is a crucial aspect of our designs, ensuring that your furry friends can climb, scratch, and explore without any risks.

If you're also interested in cat trees in larger sizes, check out our Cat Trees page!

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FAQ

Factors to consider to determine if you should purchase a small cat tree include the size of your living space, the number and size of your cats, their behavior and preferences, and your budget. If you have limited space in your home or apartment, a small cat tree will be more suitable for you as it will fit comfortably without causing clutter.

Additionally, if you have smaller cats or kittens, a compact cat tree will provide them with a comfortable and safe environment based on their size. Observing your cat's behavior and whether or not they like to climb, perch, scratch and play can also help you decide whether or not a small cat tree will benefit their living environment. Ultimately, choosing a small cat tree depends on your specific situation and your cat's needs.

To determine the ideal size of a small cat tree for your living space, begin by measuring the area where you intend to place the tree. Consider the height, width and depth of the space to ensure that the cat tree can be placed comfortably and will not obstruct walkways or other furniture. If you're going for a taller cat tree, also consider ceiling height restrictions.

Next, assess the number and size of cats. Smaller cat trees offer only multiple platforms and a cat house. To prevent competition for resources between cats, we recommend a maximum of two to three cats.

Also, consider your cat's activity level and preferences. For kittens, timid or older cats, our small cat trees work best.

With these factors in mind, you can determine the ideal size of a small cat tree for your living space and your cat's needs.

When deciding between a compact cat tree and a cat wall option, several factors should be considered to choose the best fit for your living space and your cats' preferences:

1.Evaluate the available space in your home. A small cat tree is ideal for limited spaces where floor space is a concern, while a cat wall option can save floor space entirely.


2.Consider your cats' behavior and habits. If they prefer high vantage points or enjoy climbing and leaping, a cat wall may better cater to their instincts.


3.If you have multiple cats, a compact cat tree with multiple levels and perches may accommodate all of them comfortably. Alternatively, individual cat wall shelves can provide separate spaces for each cat.


4.Consider ease of access for your cats. Some cats may prefer ground-level structures, making a compact cat tree more suitable, while others may enjoy the challenge of reaching elevated platforms on a cat wall furniture.

There are some safety tips to keep in mind when using a small cat tree. First, if you have a rambunctious cat, reinforce the cat tree ahead of time to prevent it from toppling over when your cat runs and jumps. All of our cat trees are made of safe and compliant materials that won't cause injury to your cat.

It's important to place your cat tree on a flat surface, away from any potential hazards such as edges or places where it could fall. If your cat tree is wall-mounted, make sure you secure it before letting your cat go up to play, and you need to make sure that your cat isn't overweight, so that the tree and your cat keep their weights balanced.

Finally, keep a close eye on your cat when introducing them to their new cat tree to make sure they are comfortable with it, or you can put one of your old clothes on the tree to familiarize your cat with the smell of the new cat tree. By following these simple safety measures, you can ensure that your cat has a safe and fun place to hang out without any accidents.