Come look at my kittens' Christmas present!

(9 Posts)
AllIWantForChristmaaaasIsEWE Sat 21-Dec-13 16:32:45

Ooops, thought you could post pictures. I'll pop it on my profile for a while instead.

I've wanted one of these things for ages. Looked around in PAH last week and they were wanting £80+ for a biggish one.

This one cost me around £34 from Amazon. Took me an hour to build... and so far the kittens haven't been on it. They've given it a good sniff and a few glares, but haven't ventured onto it yet.

Sorry for the strange effect (can't work my camera) and the fact it clashes horribly with the wall paper. Still have no idea where it's going to go. fgrin

cozietoesie Sat 21-Dec-13 16:37:00

Wow! How tall is it?

AllIWantForChristmaaaasIsEWE Sat 21-Dec-13 16:46:11

180cm. It's huge. Much bigger than i expected. I might have to put it in my room.

If the cats don't play on it soon, i may have a go myself. grin

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 21-Dec-13 18:50:51
AllIWantForChristmaaaasIsEWE Sat 21-Dec-13 21:09:07

I would love that!

The kittens are still a bit wary of their new tower. sad

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 21-Dec-13 21:24:51

They'll wait until you're not looking then play with it.

Lettucesnow Sat 21-Dec-13 21:57:52

Years ago my sister bought a catnip playground for her three cats...they weren't interested.

She came down at 3am to find her cats had invited all the cats on the estate to appear through the cat-flap to play on it ...whilst her kits just sat and watched fgrin

Put catnip on it.

Cailleach Sat 21-Dec-13 22:25:55

When I bought my kittens (now adult cats) their first tower, they were terrified of it.

Not the reaction I'd been expecting!

It took them about two weeks to accept it.... idiots...

6cats3gingerkittens Wed 25-Dec-13 07:57:41

I once bought a climbing frame like that for my cats. It lived in the corner in my bedroom for months. I put a pot plant on the top shelf.

It wasn't until the beautiful Binkie came in off the streets and decided to live with me that it began to be used. I put it infront of the window so she could have a good nose at the goings on outside. She loved it and was very cross when the others started to use it.

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