The 5 Best Cat Trees For Large Cats

Big cats need exercise too, and that's one of the major reasons why it's essential to look for toys that promote activity (even in the laziest of felines). The best cat trees for large cats are ones that are designed to handle the force of them jumping on and off with ease, and that are durable enough so that cats can play on them for hours without a risk that they might topple over or collapse from the weight.

Shopping for ultra-sturdy cat trees isn't easy, which is why I've touched on it already in another round-up. But not all cat trees (even sturdy ones) are ideal for cats that weigh over 15 pounds. While you could just invest in a massive cat tree designed for multiple pets as a workaround to this issue, if you live in a cramped apartment, that might not be feasible.

Finding a tower or condo that doesn't take up a ton of spacebut that can still hold a big cat is possible, you just need to know where to look. Amazon is a great source for all things shopping related, but this is especially true when it comes to kitty toys and supplies. After all, you don't want to waste your money on a tree that can't support the weight of that oh-so-special fat cat in your life.