Friday, July 12, 2019

Yaheetech Cat Tree Review

Cats are much safer indoors away from wild animals, dogs, cars, and other dangerous things. However, cats still have a need to climb, play, and hide. One way to accomplish this is to have a cat tree in your home.




There are so many types of cat trees for people to choose for their felines. The size, type of materials, scratching areas, places to hide, and price vary from brand to brand. 

Yaheetech Cat Tree Condo

We recently received a 62" Cat Tree Condo from Yaheetech to review. This cat tree is 62" tall and includes several scratching posts, hideaways, and perches for the indoor cat. We donated this tree to a family in our neighborhood who recently adopted two kittens - Oliver and Bitty Kitty. The photos included in the narrative below are of these two adorable kittens on the Cat Tree Condo.


Oliver and Bitty Kitty playing on their cat condo
Photo credit - Gary Weathersby

The Cat Tree Condo has the dimensions of 25" L x 19.3" W x 62" H. (Mom Paula says this tree is taller than she is and Brulee loves the idea she can get out of her reach!) You can see the detailed dimensions of the perches, condos, and posts on Amazon. The condo is built from E1 particle board, extra-thick plush, durable natural sisal coiled posts, and strong pads. The items on the condo are strong enough for playing. To ensure your cat's safety, the base is strengthened with battens to enhance stability and a strap to attach the tree to the wall for double security (we do recommend attaching to the wall).


Bitty Kitty enjoys the condo
Photo credit - Gary Weathersby

Would you believe there are 11 different scratching posts, 5 perches/pads, and two condos on this Cat Condo? Some cats prefer to be closer to the ground (Truffle prefers the lower levels of her cat tree) while other cats prefer being high so they can look down below them (Brulee prefers the top of her cat tree). The scratching posts/pads are covered in natural sisal rope and are at different heights and angles to encourage your cat to scratch appropriately. 


Oliver and Bitty Kitty like the ability to sit on the perch at the same time
Photo credit - Gary Weathersby

The Yaheetech Cat Condo is easy to assemble. This multi-level cat condo comes with all necessary parts, hardware, tools, and an illustrated manual to help you set up the tree quickly and with little effort. In the words of Dad Gary:
"Assembly was easy. It only took about 20 minutes to put together. All the parts were numbered and labeled and instructions were easy to follow."

If you have difficulty putting the cat tree together with the illustrated manual, there is a video on the Amazon page you can watch. We've included the video below for your convenience.




When asked about the Cat Tree Condo, Dad Gary says, 
"Our kittens, Oliver and Bitty Kitty love their cat tower. They are on it almost all day. There is plenty of area for two cats to play on. We would recommend this cat tower to anyone looking for a quality product!"
Oliver pauses a moment from playing on one of the perches for a photo
Photo credit - Gary Weathersby


Where Can You Find Yaheetech Trees?

The Yaheetech 62" Cat Tree Condo can be found on Amazon. The tree is currently on sale for $65.99 and includes free shipping. If you'd like to see more Yaheetech cat trees for your cats, you can visit their product profile page, where  you'll find cat trees from 48" - 103".

Yaheetech also hosts giveaways through their YouTube and
Blog accounts month. Be sure to check out these links each month for the opportunity to win a cat tree for your cats.




Giveaway


We're excited to announce that one of our readers has the opportunity to win the Yaheetech 62” Cat Condo Tree.  No purchase necessary. The giveaway is open to residents of the United States 18+ years, except where prohibited by law. The giveaway will run from July 12-21 and ends at 11:59pm ET. One winner will be randomly selected by Rafflecopter (powered by Random.org) and notified via email. Winner will have 48 hours to claim her prize; failure to do so will result in forfeiture of the prize and a new winner will be randomly chosen. To qualify for the giveaway, a comment must be left on our blog post.  Other entry options are available after a comment is left.  Please check your email and be sure to add sweetpurrfections@sc.rr.com to your address book!  Good luck!

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64 comments:

  1. We haven't put our tree together yet. The help is slacking!

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  2. What a cool cat tree! I think all cats need their own furniture.

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  3. Cat trees are important because kitties can hang out up high and survey their domain from above!
    -Tarah

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  4. For most of my life of owning cats I didn't have a tree - I thought it was just an expensive item that they'd be bored of soon. When I purchased my first one I realized how wrong I'd been and how much my cats had missed out.

    First, they love it for scratching and that STOPPED furniture scratching. Second, they enjoy being up high. My 18 year old still uses his daily, multiple times a day. He's got a routine and spends the morning on the highest platform. I learned that they use it more when it's on front of a window, even if they blinds/curtains remain closed.

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  5. Now that is a cat tree! Many levels for snoozing and snoopervising.

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  6. That's a totally pawsome tree!!

    The Florida Furkids

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  7. Wow! We could use this at the Shelter- PAWS in Norwalk CT.
    Thanks for holding the give-away.

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  8. we love ours. I will pass on the giveaway being that we have one.

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  9. If you saw our old tree you'd know we NEED a new one! MOL

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  10. Hey, that cat tree looks so awesome! I have a few friends who would really like it so am sharing!

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  11. Love all the platforms, scratching posts and little hideaway! My cats really LOVE being up high, so I can't imagine any cat not loving this cat tree.

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  12. Cat trees are important because they allow cats to climb, get exercise and explore.

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  13. Oh my, we need a new tree too!

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  14. Cat trees are a big part of my kitties' lives. Dexter loves to climb up high, while Manna prefers lower cubbies. I think adding a cat tree to your home gives your cat a more interesting environment to live in. :)

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  15. Cat trees are important for a cat's well being, comfort and safety. Our cats like to look out the window and this one would allow them all to enjoy the view.

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  16. Great to know how easy it was to put together. I'm sure it weighs a ton but shipping reasonable through Amazon.

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  17. My cats love to be up on top of things and this would do the trick!

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  18. Cat trees give cats a special place to relax that is all their own!

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  19. Ours would love one of those for lounging on when tye come inf rom the garden. A sunny windowsill and a cat tree like this? Fantastic.

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  20. I don't own a cat, but my nephew does and he has a cat tree. This looks like a lot of fun for the kittys.I loved your photos!

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  21. Cat trees are great to give cats their special place to feel safe and secure.

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  22. So I have a question for you - how many of these things do you have in your home? ;-) I know that Cookie has five dog beds LOL

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  23. Cat trees are great for many reasons and for cats of multiple ages and size. They are great for keeping them from scratching furniture and keeping cats strong and active. My 3 cats need a new tree as I just recently moved and had to throw their tree out from being so worn.

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  24. It’s so important to give the cats a place to scratch and hide.

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  25. What a fantastic cat tree! I would love one like that for my little wild crowd! Plush would love it too. It is great that it attaches to the wall so it won’t fall and scare anyone when they do zoomies all over it.

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  26. That was so nice of you to donate it to Oliver and Bitty Kitty. They are going to have so much fun on it.

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  27. Cat trees are so awesome! The scratching posts get a lot of love at our house to keep claws healthy, and the heights help keep the cats comfortable in their domain :) They are so territorial!

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  28. I think it's important for them to have an appropriate place to scratch and a fun place to climb and play on. And they are also my cats favorite place to take naps.

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  29. We would love this but Mama says she doesn't know where she would put it!

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  30. I think it's important to give the cats a place to climb up and watch over their "kingdom"

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  31. Having a cat tree gives them a place to play, or climb up to look out a window and people watch and nap away the day.

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  32. It’s a great activity for indoors. It’s important that they can play, climb, and look outdoors

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  33. Some cats really do better if given the chance to observe from up high, so cat trees can provide this for them.

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  34. Cat trees are important because it allows cats to explore, relax, climb, play, hide and explore. It keeps them entertained and happy :)

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  35. It is important because it gives her something to play with and not be bored and scratch furniture or other things she shouldn't

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  36. Cat trees are important for cats because it gives them exercise and something to entertain them as well as a nice place to rest.

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  37. Cat trees are one of the most important items to get when you have cats. It allows them a place of their own to play, scratch, rest and hide. If you have multiple cats it allows them multiple levels to play on together.

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  38. i think the cats need a space of their own to relax and hangout but its also great for exercise and playing

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  39. I love a cat tree it is like a tree in the wild they can sharpen their nails and lay around. They love one.

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  40. If my cats have a cat tree to scratch and entertain themselves, then my furniture will be spared! Therefore, cat trees are very important.

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  41. I think it is very important it helps with exercise along with giving them something to scratch and leave their scent on and of course it helps them to build confidence.

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  42. Cat trees are great for giving indoor cats exercise and allows them someplace to scratch at.

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  43. Cat trees are important for exercise!

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  44. It gives them a place they can feel comfortable at.

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  45. Cats like to be up high and able to see throughout the room for some kind of security it is also important to keep the cats active.

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  46. Yes it is very important for cats to climb and explore

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  47. My furkitties would love this. It's great exercise and gives them something to do. Thank you for sharing. ๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿฑ๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿฑ๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿฑ๐Ÿˆ

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  48. Cats can get exercise and have their own space

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  49. You are important because they get exercise and also can relax on it.

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  50. I think cat trees are important because it gives your indoor cat feel more wild and cinnected to its inner beast mode.

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  51. Because this heat lately has been way too much for buttons to play outside and when she does it wears her out!

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  52. We have 3 cats and all 3 I feel need their own space away from stresses from small children and even from each other.

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  53. Cats love to play and climb- a cat tree is excellent for that.

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  54. Cats need to be able to comb if they are inside cars. They need exercise since they don’t get as much inside. Also they need the ability to sit high on a perch and look down so they can feel safe.

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  55. I think they are great for cats to give them activities to occupy themselves and exercise.

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  56. So they can be active and need some play time

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  57. Cat trees are important because it gives your fur baby a place to play,sleep, climb, scratch or hide if it wants. It can have its own personal area without being disturbed.

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  58. I think cat trees are important so cats can get exercise and "hide" from us humans and really feel as if they are out in the wild by remaining safe indoors!

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  59. Cat trees are important for exercise as well as helping to combat the boredom of being indoors!

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  60. Important because they love to climb and this is a lot safer than climbing on things that can tip over on them.

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  61. Our furbabies need something to DO!! I place to play and oversee their domain:)

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  62. Important because cats love to climb and this is so much less dangerous than the climbing on something that could tip over on them

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