Our cat hammocks are functional fabric walkways that cats can also lounge and relax on. They are designed to create a flexible, yet sturdy surface for your cat to traverse across or rest on high on the wall. The thick heavy-weight canvas fabric works really well to create an elevated walkway that your cat can sink their paws into and have enough traction to confidently run and play around. The fabric also stretches slightly to form to your cats’ body and function as a comfortable cat bed.
We have a variety of cat hammock layouts, from our standard single sections to larger and more intricate designs like our wall-mounted cat condos. The modular cat hammock fabric is made with mounting points every 8” to give you more flexibility on where they’re connected on the wall and to accommodate both 16 and 24-inch spaced studs, the two most common stud spacing found in homes. The hammocks are held securely to the wall with mounting planks made from sustainably grown bamboo. Each plank has a bracket that allows you to attach various cat furniture options of not only cat hammocks but also attachments like feeders, planters, scratching posts or cat shelves.
If you’re installing multiple pieces of cat furniture on the wall together, please check out our blog on mounting tips. We offer suggestions as far the best rooms to install your cat jungle gym, along with things to keep in mind when your mounting, like proper spacing, creating beginner and expert routes.
We work with numerous behaviorists to help us understand what to build and what the cat furniture will persuade cats to do. Giving your cat their own unique space on the wall promotes exercise and also provides them with thought provoking enrichment. To learn more about the importance of feline enrichment, check out our blog.
Our furniture is designed to be installed with little or no prior experience.
We’ve compiled a huge amount of resources to help make installing your cat climbing wall a breeze. Let us walk you through the entire process with our Installation guide. Or learn about building an epic cat wall with our latest design tips.
Watch the video below to see the tools you will need to install your wall mounted cat hammocks.
Exercise is important to keep your cat healthy. Just remember to start in small doses. When we first got Bronson, he would quickly tire out when playing with toys, but when anything with food was involved, he’d push through. Make sure to give your cat a break if they start panting or sticking their tongue out.
We’ve put a blog together showing some method that worked really well for keeping Bronson active through out the day. Please have a look: 6 Tips To Keep Your Cat Active.
Cats are complex creatures, and thrive in environments that best replicate wild behaviors. For our domesticated cats this means enhancing their quality of life by providing environments that stimulate their natural behavior. Behaviors such as foraging to eat, social contact, predatory outlets, climbing, and problem solving are all natural behaviors for cats. Read More…