Kitty Hi Rise
The Kitty Hi Rise is a cat tower that's six feet tall, and is great for cats to both sit in and climb. This burgundy, white, and black apparatus is made of fibre that is both claw and odor-resistant. It'll accommodate up to four cats or kittens at once without tearing or falling to the ground. There are six levels within this fabric structure, and the top level is great for hiding, since it's almost completely enclosed by solid fabric. Each of the other levels is covered by black netting, with a hole, so your cat or cats can easily watch what's going on around them.
Two things that the vast majority of cats enjoy are being up high and observing their surroundings, and hiding in semi-concealed spaces. If you have a Kitty Hi Rise, your cat will be able to do both by making use of all six levels of this cat tower. This tower is ideal for apartments or other small dwellings, since it'll fold up accordion-style when you need to store it or move it from room to room. Your cats can climb all the way up to the private penthouse located at the top level, or if you have a senior cat who is stiff-legged, they can simply rest at the bottom.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Kitty Hi Rise is $29.95 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Kitty Hi Rise by paying the extra shipping fee of $7.95 for a total price of $45.85.
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How It Works
Each Kitty Hi Rise comes with a felt-lined bracket that will enable you to attach it to any door. All you'll need to do is hook the bracket over your door, and then use the fabric handle on the top of your Hi Rise to hook the structure to the bracket. When you need to take the structure down, you'll simply need to unhook the handle from the bracket and fold the structure up accordion-style, so it's flat and compact.
- Adult Cats
- Senior Cats
If you have kittens in your home, they can safely learn to climb by using the Kitty Hi Rise, so they won't be tempted to climb the furniture or the curtains. By using the structure, they'll also learn to employ their natural instincts to hide and to observe.
You can use the Kitty Hi Rise to keep your adult cat active and stimulated, so they won't get depressed, lethargic, and / or overweight.
Although senior cats, by nature, are likely not going to be as active as younger cats, offering them the Kitty Hi Rise for use will keep them moving a bit. If you have an arthritic or easily fatigued senior cat who cannot climb any longer, they'll be able to sit within the bottom level of the structure to hide out and watch things.
- Claw Resistant
- Odor Resistant
- Six Feet Tall
- Holds More Than One Cat
- Easy to Store
The fabric used to make the Kitty Hi Rise is claw-resistant, which means that your cat won't be able to tear the apparatus easily, even if they scratch at its walls.
The material used to make this apparatus is also odor-resistant, so if your cat decides to go to the bathroom or spit up on the structure, the foul smell that arises can easily be eliminated.
The Kitty Hi Rise extends to six feet above the ground, so your cat will likely find it exciting to be above almost everything in your home if it climbs to the top level.
This tower can hold up to four cats or kittens, so if you've got two to four felines, they can all play at once without stressing out the structure. Since there are a few different spots to sit within it, they're unlikely to get in each other's way, either.
Each Kitty Hi Rise is lightweight and not difficult to hang up, so you can easily move it from room to room if you need to. You can even bring it on certain vacations, too, such as if you're going to a cottage or taking a trip in your RV.
When folded up, the Kitty Hi Rise won't take up a lot of space, so you'll be able to store it in a drawer or under a bed. It'll also fit in a suitcase or backpack if you decide to take it on a trip.
- Plastic or Wooden Cat Tower
Plastic or wooden cat towers are fun for felines to climb, too, but most of these won't fold up as easily as the Kitty Hi Rise. Therefore, users normally have to leave them in one spot, which can become an inconvenience if that spot ever needs to be used for other purposes.