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Old April 21st, 2009, 06:22 PM
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Can I see your cat trees please?

Hi
I know there was a thread a while back about cat trees that people had made or bought. I tried to find it but I couldn't.

I remember one that a lady's b/f made and then later on added on to the top of it. I think it was made of 2 X 4's.

The "kids" Mirabelle and O'Shawnnessy have almost destroyed the tree we built for Willie six years ago. It was in perfect shape until the "kids" got here in September. LOL Since they have been using the bottom platform as a spring board we need to do repairs on it and basically remake it.

I'll attach a couple of pics of this poor tree. LOL It only took these "kids" a couple of months to destroy it. I have also posted a pic of one of the "innocent" cough cough kids.

I'm hoping for ideas on how others did their cat trees.

Thanks
Debbie
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