Our Wall Climbing System for Cats allows you to mix and match our cat trees and wall-mounted shelves and stairs to create your own version of Cat Wall Art.
Our Double Cat Shelf is a beautiful modern piece that offers a great option to enrich your cats' environment. The piece is nearly four foot long and has two full-sized cat shelves on two different levels. Put it next to a window, above a Madison Cat Tree, or mix and match with our other wall-mounted pieces to create the ultimate Wall Climbing System for your cats.
For cats who like to scratch vertical surfaces! The natural wood frame comes complete with one standard scratching pad. It's fully assembled and ready to mount to your wall with the included screws and drywall anchors. The wood is unfinished -- you can leave natural or paint/stain/stencil as desired. Measures about 7" x 20" (outside dimensions).
Wall Mount Scratching Post for Cats
Wall Mount Scratching Post for Cats
PLEASE NOTE: You may have to add extra supports to some of these shelves to make them safe for your cats to climb on. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for mounting the shelves securely. It’s always best to drill into the wall studs whenever possible. For cats who prefer sisal, check out . This scratcher can be used horizontally on the floor or it can be mounted to the wall. The sisal carpet is the perfect surface for cats to scratch, and it looks great. $17. Our innovative wall mounted Cat Stairs allow cats to go up in the most unique way! The stairs come in 3-, 4-, 5-, and 6-step versions, with the first and last steps twice as long as the inside steps for ease of jumping and landing. And there's a stopper at the top to make sure your little companion doesn't go bounding off the edge.Process The large 4' x 8' sheets are cut into tops, sides and bottom pieces. You can create your own design, but I used:
top: 1 piece of 4' x 1' (rounded all 4 corners on a sander) sides: 2 pieces of 4' x 1' (cut each each with a bias to add some design element, plus rounded all 4 corners on a sander) Bottom: About a 3' length x 12" (edges only sanded, but left with square corners)
The inside side pieces, were routed with a groove of 1/2" wide, about 1/4" deep, almost the entire length on the top and the entire length on the bottom.
A bead of wood glue was run along the inside of the routed grooves of both inside, side pieces
The bottom pieces are then slotted into the lower groove and the top piece slotted into the upper groove. The unit as a whole was then placed into a jog that helped it stay square and true while I then nailed the unit together with brads along the top and bottom, joining all pieces together strongly as a whole unit.
I created a template of a square cut-out for the top entry hole for the cats. And designed some cat paw, fish, bird etc. shapes for the sides facing outward from the wall for the cats to look out of.
After all rough edges were sanded, I stained (or not) to the color of my choice and allowed to dry for a few days to allow the finish to de-gas. Then finally a Polyurethane coat was added to seal the finish and allowed to sit again prior to mounting on the wall.
Mounting On the rear facing side, holes were drilled into the cat shelf, centered at 32" apart so they align with the wall construction of the wood studs. High strength steel screws were used in order to fix the shelf to the wall, making it extremely strong, able to hold 90lbs plus! Easily able to handle all the running, jumping and pounding they get every single day from our cats.
Our Cats LOVE Our Catwalks To Make Them Right takes Time I Create Mine in ALL Different Shapes and Sizes I Love Creating
If you wish to check out the old website, here is the link. We might kick it back into action again, if we can work out some issues having the wood pre-cut etc.: