The SmartCat Multi-Level Cat Climber is a lot of fun for cats to jump on.  It’s a great alternative to a standard cat tree if you are space-constrained in your home.

This climber is set up like stair steps and affixes to the front of a door.  Cats enjoy climbing from shelf-to-

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SmartCat Multi-Cat Climber lets cats climb at home

SmartCat Multi-Level Climber is lots of fun for cats.

shelf and perching.  I love this item and have had one in my home for a couple of years.  I installed a couple of shelves above this unit to help my cats climb even higher to a landing area in my foyer that has a cathedral ceiling area.  They absolutely love it.  I will often catch my cats leaping at this climber and jumping two stairs at a time!

The only negatives associated with this products are 1) it has a strong odor when you take it out of the box and 2) the unit is noisy.  I believe the odor is from the manufacturing or glue that is used – but simply air it out a few days and it is fine.  With regard to the noise – I don’t have any advice here.  My cats are really rough with this and it bangs against the door that it is hung on.  Every time they leap at the door – it makes a loud “bang” that can be quite startling… but the cats are having fun – so that’s all that matters…right?  Especially at 3am and they are leaping all over it…[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]