Catapilla is a modular cat tree made by London-based manufacturer of floor-to-ceiling cat climbers and cat tree towers, Hicat, to suit needs of modern cats and homeowners. It consists of two types of cylindrical modules that get stacked on each other (up to four units) to function like a freestanding cat tree. Each module has an access hole and a cozy sleeping space in black twist pile. All units can be rotated independent of each other in 360-degree to make indoor cat climbing even more interesting for felines.
The modules are covered in natural coir, which seems to be ideal for climbing and playing activities of cats. Due to modular design, the Catapilla modular cat tree can be configured in different ways. You can use only a single unit or stack more modules to widen entertainment possibilities for your cat. The modules can be stacked in either way up and rotated to face in any direction, so it’s easy for users to create a bigger cat tree.
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Accessories are also available, including catch toys, top cap lids, Fat pad, and wall-mounting units to use the Catapilla modular cat tree without the base. If you are looking for colors, there are more finishes like bleached and Rock Coir. The modules finished either in natural and bleached coir costs about £188 (US$263) each, while modules in the grey boucle coir are available for £208 (US$291) each.
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