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● Generous 2-Story Cat House with Balcony: This cat house is designed with 2 tiers of condos and a second-floor balcony, which gives your cats enough space to rest, play and feed. There is a jump platform to offer a kitten a foothold leaping to the top.
● Asphalt Roof for Indoor and Outdoor Use: The roof is cast with asphalt, featuring the cat house with enough resistance against sun and rain as well as making it suitable for indoor and outdoor use. And it is designed with slope angles to prevent the rainwater from accumulating.
● Stable Wooden Frame: Constructed from firwood and solid plywood, this cat condo promises a long life span with lasting quality. And the raised legs with foot caps enhance the overall stability and also keep the cat house away from dust.
● Not Just for Cats: It will come to your realization that this cat house is suitable for families with several kinds of pets. All the small and medium-sized kitties, puppies, and bunnies can make a homey house in this luxury 2-tier pets’ condos.
● Fast Installation and Dimension: This cat condo keeps the manual step easy and simple. With the help of illustrated instructions, you can quickly complete the cat condo. The overall dimension of the cat house is 28" x 36" x 33" (L x W x H). And each layer can bear weight up to 44 lbs, while the jump platform is 22 lbs.
|Color||Grey, white, black|
|Material||Fir wood, composite board|
|Overall dimension||28" x 36" x 33" (L x W x H)|
|Net weight||37 lbs|
|Weight capacity of each layer||44 lbs|
|Weight capacity of the jump platform||22 lbs|
Great for ferals
Was not easy to put together. But two of us managed. Had to use a drill because not all holes were predrilled. It has definitely held up in the rain so far and inside has stayed dry.
Beautiful cat condo.
The cat house can pretty much be assembled by one person, but in the beginning of assembly that one set of extra hands is nice. All the parts go together pretty nicely but there will come a time in assembly that you may question yourself as to what way the back of the cat house wall part 3 goes and the manual is not very descriptive. The framed part of the wall goes to the bottom. There are no written instructions other than hardware bag A and B showing when to use those screws. I would suggest a drill with a small drill bit as the wood you are screwing into does not have pre-drilled holes. The starter holes are drilled for you, just not the wood that you are drilling into. When you get to step 4 and you are installing the balcony ledge you may or may not find that there is only 1 hole on each side pre-drilled in part 1. You will have to drill another hole on each side to go into part 7. Be careful on this because you need to line the hole up perfectly or you will MISS going into part 7. The manual does show in step 4 to put 2 screws on each side too. I thought maybe I could get away with not doing it but the balcony ledge was to loose without doing it. Another step you may question is the last step and that is putting on the roof. Roof part 12 could go on 2 different ways but the correct way is having the overhang at the max on the back of the house with the roofing material going around the edge and under. Same with part 13 that roof should have the roofing material also looping under the outside edge of the house. The house is very nice but in climates with snow and ice and harsh weather I would suggest a very nice outdoor paint put on the house to make it last a long time. Our feral cats are very happy in their new dwelling. We lined it with flexible thin foam to help keep them warm in the winter.
Solid but not insulated, looks great assembled
Two of us assembled it rather quickly. It is heavy, so build it in place where you want it because moving it after will be a pain. One modification that I plan on doing in the spring: adding hinges to the roof section that is over the "hideout". There's no easy way to reach in there to get an animal out because of the porch fence. Being able to lift the roof like a toy box lid would be a great change to the design. Also, if you live where it gets really cold, besides adding bedding, look at using an old moving blanket as insulation on the walls and lightweight vinyl curtain to the doorways to help keep your "guests" warm.
Cute cat house
This would be an awesome little house if it was easier to assemble and homes lined up. We had to re-drill holes and cat stoop lined up better