Looks nice, but, curious as to why the roof slope has the higher side on the same side as the two cat flaps. I had planned to put it againtst a fence, but, that would mean blocking the two cat flaps. Surely the opposite side would have been better.
Quite easy to put together, however, could have done with guide holes in the bracket side that goes against the wall and two brackets are white so they got lost amoung the polystyrene packing.
Looks very nice mind you and hopefully, once the pine smell dissipates then my little boy will go in it. I quite like the smell, but, he doesn't seem keen.
My cats love it all 3 6 month old cats snuggle up in it. The bottom section isn't great the cat flap makes it hard to get in so will take that off
Assembly instructions are easy to follow but a little muscle power is needed to screw it together. There is no hole for cat to move from one section to the other without going outside. Can be customised if handy with a saw.
It's light grey, not the blue I expected. The paint job on it is poor, with a few patches not covered by paint and one of the legs is a bit bashed.
The material it's made of is very light and not at all substantial but I suppose it will stand the test of time and I'll see if it lasts a year out in the weather.
Assembling it was easy and I did it myself with the exception of the lid, which defeated me so it's just set in place and my cat wouldn't want the lid hinged open anyway.
So far my cat is only using it as a step up and down from his catio high shelves but again, that's fine and the little house looks very sweet. I like it, anyway!
Before purchasing the item make sure you have approval from the cat/s.
I've come to the conclusion that my cats hate everything I buy them. 😅
The product requires two people to assemble. Make sure you have a charged electric screwdriver. My battery died half way through and it was much harder by hand. And trust me, there are lots of screws.