Does my cat need a cat tree?
Regarding this, do cats really use cat trees?
Put simply, felines love cat trees because they're a lot of fun to climb. Kittens and adults like using their bodies to balance and reach high places, and it's a great form of exercise.
Secondly, do cats sleep in cat trees? If you have a cat who tends to run under the bed and hide, place a cat tree in the room that has an A-frame bed on it so he has the benefit of being elevated as well as being hidden. This may be enough to entice him to stay in the room near family or guests instead of running for cover in the bedroom.
Beside this, how do you get a cat to use a cat tree?
Use treats, toys or catnip to entice your cat onto the tree. If your cat responds to catnip, sprinkle it generously on the cat tree. Hide your cat's favorite treats on various levels of the tree, or dangle a favorite toy just high enough that your cat needs to climb the tree to reach the toy.
Where should you put a cat tree?
Best Cat Tree Placement: A corner of your bedroom is the perfect place for a cat tree. You'll increase the chances of your cat spending the night asleep in your room rather than pawing at your door or getting cat hair all over your bed.