Very sturdy but wrecks easy
All cat trees get heavy duty use at my home and this one looks really good once its built. Its very sturdy for the heaviest of cats but they are so attracted to the basket areas that they simply use them as scratch pads and wreck them. Then to cap it all off they thought the lowest bed was a litter tray. Great. Not.
Good cat tree initially. Sturdy and pleasing to look at. After having it for 3 months my 9 month old kitten decided to deconstruct the basket at the top of the tree resulting in basket weave all over the house as she would run about with the bits as if they were prizes! Won't be long till there is nothing left of said top basket. One of my other cats refuses to go near it. Wouldn't purchase again.
Not holding up to the test of time...and my crazy cats.
I purchased mine on 28/04/18. You could say it had a good life and been very well-loved by my cats. Both of them use it daily, but the beautiful woven texture is something they love to claw.
I've been finding pieces of it around the living room for a few months, while it looks mostly intact still it's definitely got clear signs of wear and some little gaps where they've massacred it.
The top ball is also very sunbleached from being in the window.
I bought this cat tree for my nine-month-old kitten, he is quite big. My kitten sleeps very well, he has plenty space to move while he is asleep. The only aspect that disappoints is the fact that the material is made of (water-hyacinth) is not very resistant, is not £100 worth. When I was assembling the whole tree, the baskets' material was coming off very easily.