18 Cool DIY Cat Tree Plans
If you have a cat as a pet, there are chances that you are looking for designs of resting, climbing and scratching pads for it. Your search ends here with these great DIY ideas. Homemade cat trees have unique looks and can be made from a variety of materials like cardboard, carpets, ropes, even real trees. You would find the tutorials pretty self-explanatory.
A basic cat tree involves a pretty simple method and comes cheap. You might have to use plan blueprints for your work. Your efforts should be focused towards the comfort of your pet.
A wooden cat tree has a rustic look that is hard to ignore. Your kitty would look cute perched on it. It would also love scratching the post.
3. Build a Cat Tree from Scratch
This project takes around 12 hours for beginners. The supplies are sisal rope, screws, board, natural carpet and MDF. Your cat can climb, nap and scratch this three-branch cat tree that doubles as a condo.
A natural cat tree with leaves would be a fun addition to your house. The real branches would provide a favorite playing area for your pussy. If you want, you can select a tall tree that extends from the floor to the ceiling, much to your pet’s delight. You can have it indoors or outdoors.
6. DIY Small Cat Tree Made Of Cardboard Boxes
The modern, modular looks of this cardboard box cat tree is a winner. You can also choose a litter box for this project. It comes in handy when you have only a small space to spare in your house for your cat.
A cat tree house plan can help you in building this lovely shelter for your feline friend. The wood adds to the attraction.
Industrial felt and plywood were used in making this short and simple cat tree. Three pieces of plywood are laminated together and paper is glued to them to protect the wood.
10. Cat Tree DIY Design for Large Cats
11. DIY Driftwood Cat Tree Idea
A DIY cat tree ladder looks cool with a red seat on top. You can use a small ladder to fit in a tiny area or use a tall one to give ample climbing space to your kitty. The hammock comes as a plus.
13. DIY Lush Cat Christmas Tree
16. Wall Mounted Large Cat Tree DIY
17. DIY Cactus Cat Climbing Tree
18. Space-saving DIY Cat Tree Shelves
Instead of positioning your cat tree shelf on the wall, as shown in the picture below, you can have a corner shelf if you are running short of space in your room. The shelf can also be put over a door.
You would love to give shape to these cat trees that have an aesthetic appeal. They would keep your pussy busy all day. Your guests would love the ball of fur perched up high in your room when they pay you a visit. So what’s stopping you? Gather your materials and you are good to go.
Published on November 18th 2019 by Peyton Derrida
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