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DIY Cat Tree with Step by Step Plan

Blossom Lady
Feb 28, 2021 02:14 PM

Are you a cat owner, or do you know someone in your life who is? This is a very simple and easy to build DIY cat tree project that you can assemble within a reasonable budget! And your cat can have their own play condo. The design is pretty much like a big cat condo or a tree, and it has every spot in it that your cat would love to jump onto, play around hanging from the ledges or hide into! Stylish furniture isn’t for humans only, after all! Your furry fellows deserve the same special spots in the home pretty much as anyone else! The design of this DIY cat tree is flawless, and the materials to assemble this are all easily available.

Instead of a carpet covered cat tree, why not try a more modern take on the classic? Its’ simple shape feels pared down and modern, while its’ rope detailing provides plenty for your cat to scratch on—instead of going for your furniture. Plus, its pint-size stature allows you to easily move it around or tuck it away when you have company over. A nice little spot for your cat to hide and play, it will fit right in to your living room. Customize the color to perfectly fit your living room or keep it a minimal plywood color for a more rustic look.

Materials:

  • 18-inch pre-primed boards, mitered at a 30 degree angle
  • 1 5/8-inch trim head screws
  • 1/4-inch wood plugs
  • Rope
  • Paint
  • U-fastener
  • Drill
  • Rubber mallet
  • Paintbrush
  • Hot glue gun
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