Catification – Ikea Hack Cat Tree

by | Sep 2, 2017 | Cat Tips, Catification | 1 comment

When people think about catification, they often think of intricate complex designs, but sometimes the most simple design is just as efficient. After all, cats tend to play with the cardboard boxes that comes with the expensive cat tree, right? hahaha

Say hi to the lucky cats who are the user of today’s catification project…


Rory: WHAT!

And Desp…

Desp: What are you looking at?

Here you can see the ‘cat tree’ in action…

Desp: whatever…   Rory: Hooman, I am watching you….

This is another shelf with the same set up in the house…

I know you might want to do the same thing, so yours truly have already helped you to organise a shopping list, click on the image will bring you to the product page at Ikea website.

1. IVAR 1 section/shelves Pine – €76


2. LUDDE Sheepskin White – €35


3. SIGNE Rug flatwoven – €2.5


If you are interested in cat related Ikea Hack, check out this link at and my previous post on Ikea items that are suitable for cats.

Have you done any catification project? Please be in touch if you want to be featured on my blog! I am always curious to see new catification ideas! 

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