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Bought this almost three years ago for my cats off Amazon. It has a somewhat large footprint, but even in my 900 sq ft apartment, it wasn't too big for a corner. They stay out of trouble with it...except when they fight for who gets the top tier on the tree...
woot changed my signature...apparently linking my old blog was "advertising"...never thought I'd see anyone give Obama a run for his money on being the nanny state...
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What's the deal with the covering material, nowadays? When last I bought a cat tree, everything was still carpet with either carpeted or rope-covered pillars. However, when I've been looking over the last year, it seems everything has gone to some weird (edit: faux fur) fabric instead of carpeting. Is there any advantage or disadvantage to this material? Some Amazon reviews (of other towers) suggest that it doesn't last as long.
Buckets of Chum acquired on: 18JUN2013, 22AUG2013, 17FEB2014, 01DEC2014, 20JAN2015, 12FEB2015, 17MAR2015, 02APR2015 (including the World's Largest Underpants), 13MAY2015, 25AUG2015, 01APR2016... and always seeking more!
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Would a cat without front claws have any problem reaching the upper parts (of the 78 inch one)?
Canon 7D, 40D - Canon 100-400mm L IS, 1.5x Kenko TC, Canon 500mm f4 L IS, 60mm Macro