Sebastian Modern Cat Tree

We had to look twice to make sure the Sebastian Modern Cat Tree wasn’t actually furniture. Gleaming in white lacquer and boasting a contemporary cubist profile, it might have leapt from the pages of an IKEA catalogue. A stylish alternative to carpeted cat trees, this freestanding cat structure has multiple levels for playing and discovering, as well as separate display spaces for you to place home decorations and non cat-related tchotchkes. Even if you don’t have a pet, you might still consider purchasing this for your home!
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  • Carpet inserts provide traction to prevent sliding
  • All parts are well-packed and protected with bubble wrap during shipping
  • No additional parts required

  • Assembly may require an extra set of hands
  • Does not come with anti-toppling fixtures
  • Some reviewers felt the uncovered levels were too slippery for their cat

More About This Modern Cat Tree 

Available in shiny black or white finish, this minimalist structure has five levels, which can accommodate up to 4 cats at a time. Measuring 65” high, this is a great solution for pet owners with multiple cats, as everyone gets a dedicated space – no more jockeying for the top position!

 

The first level has a sisal scratching pad, with carpet on the second and fourth levels for relaxing comfort and to prevent skidding. A secret cubby hole on the second level provides the perfect hiding space for your pet and can accommodate larger cats. The glossy lacquered finish is made of non-toxic, lead-free paint, so you can be sure that your fur family’s safety is top of mind.


Easily assembled, the Sebastian Modern Cat Tree comes with detailed instructions, so you can enjoy a tree that actually looks like it belongs in your home. If your fur-buddy likes to perch with style and you like keeping your knick knacks where they belong, this is a great addition to your living space.

Lucie Wilkins

Lucie is a qualified RVN (Registered Veterinary Nurse) with over 10 years experience working with cats. She has had a cat companion or two in the house for as long as she can remember. Read more about Lucie here.

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