Cat trees provide vertical space for climbing, scratching posts for nail maintenance, and cozy perches for observing surroundings, promoting a mentally stimulating environment.
Cats have a natural instinct to climb and perch. Cat trees allow them to exhibit these behaviors in a safe and designated space, satisfying their need for vertical exploration.
Jumping, climbing, and scratching on a cat tree provide valuable physical exercise, helping to maintain a healthy weight and prevent obesity-related issues in cats.
Scratching posts on cat trees allow cats to mark their territory through scent glands in their paws, preventing unwanted scratching on furniture and promoting a sense of ownership.
Elevated spaces in cat trees offer a sense of security, reducing stress and anxiety. This is particularly beneficial in multi-pet households or homes with changes in routine.