Pet owners who are looking for a cat tree designed for younger, or more active cats will appreciate everything the Go Pet Club cat tree has to offer. Go Pet Club is a company that produces higher end cat trees, models that are designed to last and can easily withstand anything a larger feline can throw at it.
Our Verdict: This cat tree is a great choice for more active felines, however, if you’re looking for a condo that will accommodate felines who need their own secure sleeping space, then this model isn’t for you. This cat tree does not come equipped with any cubbies, which can be a deal breaker for pet owners in search of a cat tree that provides plenty of sleeping spots for their multiple cats. However, the cat owner looking for a cat tree that can handle active young cats who love climbing will appreciate everything this model has to offer.
Overview and Features
This large cat tree measures in at twenty-six inches wide, twenty-seven inches long, and just under thirty-six inches tall. It’s made out of wood, so you know it’s designed to easily handle plenty of wear and tear.
If you’re training your cat and have wondered do cats understand no, then this tree can be the perfect training aid, allowing you to redirect your cat when he or she is climbing on top of dressers or scratching the living room sofa.
As we mentioned, this cat tree is made out of wood, making it a perfect choice if you’re looking for a sturdy cat tree that can handle roughhousing from your felines, without rocking, wobbling, or tipping over during use.
This model is also covered in a type of faux fur, which provides plenty of soft, comfortable spots for your cats to climb and rest.
This cat tree doesn’t exactly feature a space-saving design and is very wide, which means you’ll need to take careful measurements before you hit that buy now button. It also offers the perfect vertical height, providing cats with plenty of climbing space designed to help burn up energy, while also satisfying the cat’s instinct to climb. There are multiple surfaces for cats to sharpen their claws, unfortunately, none of the surfaces are covered in sisal, which is an ideal material that’s used on other brands of high end cat trees, such as the Kitty Mansions 78 in. Amazon Cat Tree. This means that the cats will be scratching directly into the faux fur material, which can result in a mess if you have an overenthusiastic scratcher on your hands.
While the height of the cat tree may be perfect in some homes, high energy cats may appreciate a taller tree that offers more vertical real estate.
To learn more about what to look for in a cat tree for your new cat, click here to read our buyer’s guide.
Décor and Style
The cat tree is designed with a total of four levels or resting spaces. Each of these levels is a different height, making it easy for your cat to jump from level to level. The levels are large enough to accommodate one large cat at a time.
This cat condo features a black and white color scheme that will work well in most homes. The shapes of each level are designed to look just like a cat’s paw.
The cat tree also comes with a couple of hanging cat toys that will provide your feline with hours of entertainment. Unfortunately, the toys are not removable so you will not be able to replace them once they get shredded.
As we briefly touched on earlier, this cat tree is the best choice in multi-cat households in which larger felines are in need of a cat tree that will encourage them to stay active and provide some much-needed entertainment during the night. Additionally, this type of cat tree provides the type of mental stimulation that younger cats need during the night.
The big downside here is the lack of cubby holes or U shaped platforms in which the cat or cats can hide and feel secure, or sleep. If you have an older cat, then you may want to opt for a cat tree that features that type of important sleeping space.
Younger cats will appreciate this cat tree design and the various platforms that will allow the cat to race from level to level, in addition to the built-in cat toys.
However, the lack of the sisal covering on the scratching posts can be a problem if an active cat takes advantage of these scratching surfaces.
- The wider design is perfect for multiple cat households
- The faux fur covering provides cats with a warm, comfortable spot to snooze
- The different height levels will encourage your cat to be more active
- Design provides mental stimulation
- This cat tree doesn’t come with any covered cubby holes
- The wider style makes this model a poor choice in homes that are tight on space.
- Scratching posts are not covered in sisal
- Faux fur can make a mess
- Cat toys are not removable