Cat Corner: Catty Stacks

Briana and Gia are officially foster mommies to an 8 week old kitty named Kona. Of course they want to keep her permanently, so they are doing everything they can to make her feel at home and prove they can handle having their first pet. So when I found out about these adorable cat condos called Catty Stacks, I had to try them out.

Catty Stacks are:

  • Eco-Friendly
    Recycled, recyclable, vegetable-based inks, reusable hardware, minimal packaging
  • Economical
    Less expensive than cat furniture of similar size
  • Configurable
    Create unique shapes, mix and match colors
  • Durable
    Heavy-duty, industrial-strength Corrugated UltraboardTM, suitable for multiple pets up to 20 lbs each
  • Cats LOVE boxes
    Cats have a strong natural affinity to cardboard boxes
  • Modular
    Easy to add or replace boxes over time
  • Stable
    Boxes secure to each other, supporting the play of even multiple large cats
  • Dynamic
    Easily rearranged or relocated to maintain your cat’s interest
  • Promotes healthy exercise
    Multiple levels and peak points keep cats moving and entertained
  • Contemporary
    Modern accent to any décor
  • Versatile
    Can be free-standing, set alongside walls or in corners
  • Light weight
    Significantly lighter to ship and handle than wooden or plastic alternatives
  • Clean
    No odor and easier to clean than carpet covered structures, great for allergy sufferers!
  • Scratch-able
    Safe scratch zone provides alternative to expensive furniture
  • Creative
    Fun to decorate with paint, crayons, stickers, etc.  Great for kids projects

The kids haven’t decided how they want to decorate the boxes yet, but we thought they looked perfect in the playroom so Kona can play while they play. She seems to feel right at home.

Check out Catty Stacks at and see some of the  many ways you can create boxes of fun for your feline.


Thanks to Catty Stacks for sending these fun boxes for us to review. We weren’t compensated for our opinions, just asked to share what we thought.


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