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Little Whiskers Pet Furniture

Littlewhiskers was established in 2009, since its establishment, it has been supplying quality pet furniture products across Canada. Littlewhiskers is a Canadian owned and operated pet furniture company located in London Ontario. Their mission is to provide top quality pet furniture products at competitive prices. The key to their success over the last few years has been their strict manufacturing regulations producing quality products. Products that are durable, pet-friendly, safe and easily assembled by all of their customers. They provide their customers with a wide range of cat condos, cat trees and cat towers. They have a selection of different sizes, models and colours, to fit your pets needs. All of their pet furniture is quality tested before leaving the factory. Your cat will love climbing, playing and sleeping on these beautiful cat trees.

The Importance of Vertical Space

Cats have an instinctual need to be in high places. That’s why when cats are outdoors in their natural environment, we see them on rooftops, fences, and up in trees.

So when they’re indoor, instead of fighting your cat’s instincts, why not get them a proper place of their own, up high? This gives cats a stronger sense of security in their environment and more territory to play and explore.

Vertical territory helps keep cats safe. Cats can sleep and relax on high cat condos, out of the reach of dogs and children. The altitude gives cats a safe place to run when they start to feel threatened, while still allowing them to be part of the social action of the house.

The Vancouver Cat Tree Condo 

The largest and most sturdy sold by LittleWhiskers. Ideal for the bigger spoiled cats. It is beige and brown in colour and will compliment any room in your house. The tower has numerous levels for your cats to enjoy. Multiple scratching posts and two condos for your cats to play hide and seek. When ready for a nap, there are three solid perches to rest on or sleep.

Manufactured with:

  • High quality ¾ pressed board
  • Soft faux fur
  • Natural ¼ sisal rope
  • Wood glue
  • Metal hardware for easy assembly

Overall Height: 70”
Color: Beige and Brown
Levels: 6
Condos: 2
Perches: 3 Round padded perches with padded edges: perches are 14” to accommodate a bigger heavier cat
Upper Condo: L 12” x W 12” x H 10”
Upper Condo Opening: W 7.5”x H 8.5”
Lower Condo: L 24” x W 12” x H 12”
Lower Condo Opening: W 7.5” x H 8.5”
Post Circumference: 11” H x3.5”W
Base Dimension: 28″ x 24″
Weight: 65 lbs

Included are step by step assembly instructions, all the hardware and tools. Assembly time: approx. 45 min

I am very pleased with the ease of assembly. My 9 year old godson and myself were able to assemble it in less than 1/2 hour.

I have two cats that are “psycho climbers” they will randomly start running from across the room and frantically climb the tree as though some beast was chasing them. While the others are total couch potatoes (even though they have their moments.) This tree suits them all wonderfully. The tree is sturdy. There’s no tipping it over unless your cat weighs like 50 lbs.

Your cats will absolutely love The Vancouver Cat Tree Condo. The only downside is how much space it will take up. Be sure you have a big enough space for it.

The Vancouver Cat Tree Condo too large for you? No problem! offers a wide range of cat condos and trees to suit everyone’s needs and budget.


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  1. This is an interesting article and so educational.I love my cat and should look into getting a cat tree condo.Thanks for this awesome post. 🙂

  2. B Lloyd says:

    I bought an expensive cat structure in October 2019. At the beginning of December 2019 the two cat sleeping baskets were torn with big holes everywhere just from my cat climbing in and out.
    I bought another structure 5 years ago from my local pet shop and none of the material is torn.
    I wrote to little whiskers and sent pictures of the damage. Mark Janiga, the Sales Manager, told me that it is normal wear and tear!!
    If you want to pay $300 for a structure that is ripped up in less than 2 months go ahead but I do not recommend to buy from them

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