Treat Your Cat to a Life of Luxury With This Fancy Cat Tower
We all want the best for our cats, but the types of creature comfort we offer them varies: a cardboard box to play in, a spot on the couch, a plush burrito bed. When it comes to cat products, there’s really no upper limit on luxury, or on price. If you want to spend $1000 on a gorgeous cat tower, for example, there’s at least one out there for you.
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Cat furniture shop Tuft + Paw calls its Milo cat tower a jungle gym. Handmade from natural birch plywood, it includes “two covered treehouses, two perches, and two slide-like scratching posts upholstered in a durable carpet fiber.” All the wooden edges are rounded for safety.
There’s also a “crystal hammock” that looks like half a fishbowl, which your cat will love and look adorable lounging in.
Tuft + Paw says the cat tree is well-suited to multi-cat households, which is one way you might break down and justify the price.
The best thing about Tuft + Paw, aside from its beautiful furniture, is its Donate a Bed program. When you buy one of its products to donate to a shelter, you’ll get 50% off. Here’s how it works:
“The process is simple – just place an order for any product on our website and respond to your order confirmation letting us know which shelter it’s going to. After we confirm that the shelter has received the product, we will issue a 50% refund on the product.”
If you love the look of the Milo but don’t have $949 in your pet budget, Tuft + Paw’s pieces aren’t all that expensive. Cat trees begin at $179 and beds begin at $129 (though for $999 you can buy a fish-shaped bed that looks like it belongs in a sculpture garden). Only the best for our
furry overlords cats.