Fortunately for you, you’ve come across this website; the one place that does all the large cat furniture research for you so you can quickly compare your choices without having to turn this into some sort of major life decision.
That being said, let’s get this intro out of the way and dive into today’s review…The Go Pet Club Cat Tree (72in Model)
Style is one of the first things I look at with any piece of large cat furniture. If it looks big and ugly and isn’t going to mesh well with my cat’s room, well, I don’t really need to know anything more about it, do I? I don’t know if you’re the same way, but this is an important first step for me. Fortunately, the The Go Pet Club Cat Tree passes this phase of my review.
The Go Pet Club Cat Tree has 2 large cave like hideaways, numerous platforms, and some dangling mouse toys for your cat’s enjoyment while she/he explores. The poles are made of sisal rope, so they’re giant scratching posts to boot!
I can say without a doubt that this is excellent style cat furniture for large cats and for small cats alike. It’s got a great look to it; whether you choose beige or blue; and plenty of space for climbing, adventurous kitties.
As with any large cat furniture, it’s often best placed in your cat’s “play room”; as it is quite large. However, given it’s style and unique look, this is one piece of large cat furniture which could go well in a large, spacious living room. It really looks great and I wouldn’t hesitate to put it in my living room. In fact, I might the next time I rearrange things in there.
“This cat tree is a TOTAL hit with our 4 cats. As soon as I assembled it (all by myself!), it was a total cat magnet! Our two Maine Coons (about 20 lbs each) have slept on the two lower beds, while the smaller short-hair domestics will often venture all the way up. All 4 love the hanging toys. Can’t beat the price on this cat tree!” – Click Me To Read More Reviews Like This One
It’s primarily made of compressed fiberboard and sisal rope. The platforms are covered in a soft faux fur material. Instructions and tools are included. You’ll mainly just be screwing in the different poles tight to the base. Incredibly easy. Time wise, you’re looking at roughly 15 to 30 minutes to put it together.
These thing will hold 20+ lb cats, and more than one of them! Many customers report having several cats and little to no wobble while using it. Very sturdy, very durable! I see no problems with tip overs or wobbliness unless you assemble it improperly; which I’m not sure is even possible with how easy it was.
$109.50. I don’t think any more needs to be said; but I’ll say it anyway!
I’ve reviewed lots of different 2-piece cat wall shelves, many of which cost around $100. That’s $100 for a small cat wall shelf and nothing else.
The Go Pet Club Cat Tree (72in) has multiple platforms, 2 caves, dangling mouse toys, ramps, and is 6 feet tall and it looks gorgeous — it costs $110 total (shipping included).
It’s not just a good deal, it’s an exceptional deal — one of the best I’ve ever found for large cat furniture.
I’ve never reviewed a better deal on large cat furniture than The Go Pet Club Cat Tree. There is simply no other way to say it.
I’ve tried digging up cons to give on this piece of large cat furniture, because there’s no product that’s “perfect”, but I’ve come up empty. It’s just a great product that cats really love climbing and hanging out on.
The only possible negative is that wear and tear may start to show after a few months of heavy use; but this more of a “life negative” than it is a product negative. After all, everything degrades from wear and tear after months of heavy use!
I’ll definitely review more large cat furniture in the future, as that is the point of this entire site, but I have to be honest and say I don’t see much point. If you’re on the prowl for cat furniture, this is what you need to buy, period.