Two styles — a woodgrain laminate material with four carpet choices ($90) and then a new, fancier Walnut with pebble sisal model ($120) top my dream shopping list. But I can just see myself splurging on this for my best cat pal . . . only to have her turn her precious kitty nose up at it. Such is life.
While I generally love their products (especially that scratchy cat cube we gave away in July), I'd have to see this product up close to be certain — it looks slightly less stable for vigorous scratchers but still sleek nonetheless. When it's finally up for sale, will you be buying one for your furry felines?
If you've spent hundreds of hours and dollars trying to prevent your scratch-loving cats from destroying your fave couch cover, throw rug, or ottoman, then you know what a genius design this new scratchable furniture from Cat Livin is! It's a no brainer — your cats are going to scratch, so why not at least get some coordinating pieces that are going to stand up to all that claw-laden abuse?
Viesso, which makes modern, green, and totally crave worthy furniture on its own, has teamed up with Cat Livin — makers of the cool Cat Climber I featured a while back – to produce a line of scratch-resistant furniture made of high-quality sisal. And even better, you can design your own pieces for ultimate coordination with the rest of your living room. Plus, who can say no to custom furniture that's ready to ship in three weeks time!?
Tack on another addition to the cat tree files, as we bring you The Climber. First spied on Modern Cat, this super classy climbing extravaganza is so out of the way, it's practically out the door! The unique design allows you to attach to any door so your kitty can climb and scratch to her heart's content. Since it's made of durable sisal, your cat's preferred scratching post will be this, and not your new couch. What's more, the brand spankin' new designer, Cat Livin, lets you customize your order so it will match your already stylish decor! Free shipping on orders over $20 only adds to the appeal. Now if only I had a cat . . .