Cat Tree Plans: Build Cat Condo Furniture, Window Perch, Cat Scratching Post & More by Brian JohnsonSimple and easy plans to build your own cat tree and cat furniture. Step by step directions, pictures showing an actual cat tree being built, material and cut list, as well as a carpeting guide in each plan.
The book contains a total of 12 plans to make cat trees, cat condos, cat tower, vertical cat scratching post, and a horizontal cat scratcher. Building your own cat tree has never been easier.
All cat tree plans include detailed step by step directions on how to build each cat tree. Color pictures are provided next to the instructions that show an actual cat tree being built.
Each cat condo plan lists all the materials needed to build the cat tree. A cut list lists the quantity, sizes, and types of wood needed. Gather all the materials and make all the cuts before you start building.
Each cat furniture plan contains between 20 to 80 detailed color pictures of an actual cat tree being built to help build your cat furniture.
A carpeting guide is included for each cat tree plan to show you how to carpet a cat tree. The guide includes directions, pictures, and tips. The carpet guide is unique to each plan so it shows you exactly how to carpet the cat tree.
All of the cat trees are constructed from 2x4s, 2x3s, and plywood. The cat furniture that you will build with these DIY plans will be of much better quality than the ones you will buy in the pet stores. The cat towers and cat furniture in the pet stores are usually made out of pressboard and hollow supports. Also, they tend to use cheap carpet and are not put together very well.
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You're a feline fanatic, so you already know that indoor cats lead longer and healthier lives. Still, it's crucial to give your whiskered friend a stimulating home life, both for physical and psychological health. But what about when you're away, and there's no one home to shine the [laser pointer or dangle stuffed mice?
Using left over fabric, I sewed an envelope pillow cover for an old pillow to use as a cushion. Perfect for watching for birds and squirrels or snuggle in a ball in the sun. Sew around shape, leave an opening for stuffing. Sew close to the edge but be sure to grab both pieces of fabric. Snip curves. All done. Layout batting and fabric under board and cut to size, allowing fabric and batting to wrap on under side.