If you’ve been following my articles on FIY, you know that I have a 25-pound cat named Buster. The house that we live in right now isn’t very large and, being a cat, he gets bored sometimes. I mean, c’mon, how many times can he get wedged behind the entertainment center?
The answer to that is three, so far. Just thought you’d wanna know.
But should a cat live in a nicer house than the humans?
In the interest of trying to improve Buster’s situation, I hit the Internet. And I found this:
This is the Huge Cat Tree from GoPetClub. Yup, practically bigger than where I sleep. We could buy the Huge Cat Tree, but we’d have to build an addition.
Measuring in at a whopping 70″W x 18″L x 92″-106″H (with an adjustable pole that attaches to the ceiling), this sucker can sleep a whole family of cats – or two. It has two sleeping houses, 2 baskets, 4 cradles, ladders, ropes, posts, faux fur covering – pretty much everything except for a built-in sound system and a swimming pool.
This thing is cat nirvana. Right now all we have for Buster is a little bed (given to us by a friend) and a tunnel that he shoots through when he gets into what I term “Kitty Zoom Mode.” He would love this thing.
It clocks in at $200. And, we’re moving soon . . . the new place is easily three times the size of our current home, so Buster might get lucky.
Plus it may keep him from putting a dead lizard in our bed again. That was nasty.
Who’s got the cushier set up in your house – you or the pets?
by John Barker