Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Catty Stacks Review



 Catty Stacks Designer Cat Climbers

super strong Strong

          Corrugated UltraboardTM

eco-friendly Eco-friendly

          Recycled, recyclable,
          Vegetable-based ink.

configurable Modular

          Mix and match colors.
          Create unique shapes.

How will you stack them?

It was like Christmas when the CATTY STACKS box came in!
My son and I went to work and we had Libby's Catty Stacks set up in less than 30 minutes. It's super easy to assemble. I promise you, If I can do it, you can. The possibilities of how you can set them up is limitless! We played around with about 5 different combos before we came up with this. I think I want to change it again! lol. It's fun to watch Libby climb around in her Catty stacks. I put a Cozy Cat Comforter on one of the boxes, and she likes to sit up there and watch the world go by...and sleep. Sleep!

I love knowing that if we need more boxes, we can order and just add to what we have. If she scratches one of the boxes up, it's easy peasy to un-clip it from the others and toss it away. After all, it's cardboard! It's not as if you spent $100 on each box.

I know you are thinking, "Ugh, cardboard? My cat will demolish it." 
No, it's sturdy. My 55 lb son has sat on the box! (I wouldn't recommend that though! lol!)

Here's a video showing just how easy it is to set up-

  Here are some gallery pictures to show you just how many ways you can set these up!
(Your kids would love to set these up!) 

 As you can see in the above picture, you can make the door panel larger.

In the above picture you can see the tube that attaches from one box to another.

 Here are some pictures of Libby's catty stacks set up. No, she's not spoiled. :)

All of that came neatly in this box.


Your cat deserves to have his/her own Catty Stacks!



Lancaster, OH 

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