Give your cat a climbing structure even if you don’t have a lot of free floor space

NEWS – Cats like to climb, and if you don’t give them something to climb on, they’re likely to climb your curtains.  If you don’t have enough floor space to dedicate a chunk of it to one of those big climbing trees, you may think you have no other options, but that’s not true.  The K&H Hangin’ Cat Condo hangs over the back of a door, leaving your floors free for furniture and walking paths.

The condo is made of waterproof, 600-denier nylon fabric that can be washed.  The compartments have a stiffening board in the bottom for support, and there are five levels with a total of seven exterior holes for your cat to climb in and out of.  There are also connecting holes inside so the cat can climb between levels.  It mounts to most any door with four brackets, two on the top and two on the bottom of the door.

The structure is 65″ tall and 16″ deep.  It’s available in your choice of 16″ (small) or 23″ (large) widths.  The small climbing condo is $64.20; the large is $85.63.  The K&H Hangin’ Cat Condo is available at the Chewy website.

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