Three Tier Cat Activity Centre @ argos. Was £39.99.  Now £16.94 incl. Del
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Three Tier Cat Activity Centre @ argos. Was £39.99. Now £16.94 incl. Del

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Found 30th Aug 2012
Keep your cat entertained with this Three Tier Cat Activity Centre. Durable and fun, this product will help divert your cat's attention away from scratching your furniture.
Grey coloured.
3 levels.
Packed flat for home assembly.
Overall size H105, W48, D48cm.
Not available to reserve & collect

41 Comments

SuperEd

Direct link fixed - Thanks

Banned

dont like cats...cold sorry

Original Poster

goonertillidie

Direct link fixed - Thanks


Thanks

Original Poster

marko35

dont like cats...cold sorry



Its about whether its a good deal or not, not if you dislike what the product is for

Great deal as far as im concerned as ive got 3 cats and they love a scratching post, this seems good size and value for money

marko35

dont like cats...cold sorry



http://icanhascheezburger.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/funny-pictures-cat-hates-your-opinion.jpg%3Fw%3D500

daisymeisha10

Its about whether its a good deal or not, not if you dislike what the … Its about whether its a good deal or not, not if you dislike what the product is for

i know what you mean but its not a good deal if you dont have cats is it! as you could only really use it as a furry cake stand.

marko35

dont like cats...cold sorry



sorry but that is a strange and unjustified reason to vote cold sir!

Orcinus_orca

sorry but that is a strange and unjustified reason to vote cold sir!


did i say i voted cold, oh i'm getting tempted now, go on tempt me some more.

Surely not liking cats is a reason to vote Hot. This will keep them amused for hours and out of your way!

Or at least they'll pretend to be amused while they plot their revenge on you for buying such a strange article. Let them out to climb a tree.

Banned

i still dont like cats
more of dog lover

rdwarr

Surely not liking cats is a reason to vote Hot. This will keep them … Surely not liking cats is a reason to vote Hot. This will keep them amused for hours and out of your way!Or at least they'll pretend to be amused while they plot their revenge on you for buying such a strange article. Let them out to climb a tree.



i still say it looks like a furry cake stand for a wedding cake

thanks just ordered.

Thanks, christmas for the kittys sorted out. (yes I'm a saddo who buys gifts for my pets) little tip if you find your cat doesnt want to go on it, buy some catnip and rub it on it in various places. Love the fact they've put a ickle kitten on it to try and make it appear bigger.

Agree with the kitten comment, it's not a bad price considering a large-ish basic scratching post is about £12, but it's only 1 metre tall, it's not really big enough to be practical. My cat would never use the lower bits, he could easily get to the top in one bound. Argos always do this with the cat stuff, but kittens in the pictures, most of it is crap that isn't suitable for adult cats.

I dont have a cat lol but i think its a fair price, voted hot.

Out of stock

Cardboard boxes are usually free. And with a few small holes cut in the sides will keep a cat entertained for hours.

Getting a kitten in 3 weeks this was just what I was looking for.

this product will help divert your cat's attention away from scratching … this product will help divert your cat's attention away from scratching your furniture


that's a lie! my two have destroyed their cat tree and my furniture.

What exactly is a three tier cat? "Three Tier Cat Activity Centre"

marko35

i still dont like cats:more of dog lover


Didn't know it had to be one or the other.

Must admit I've never known a cat that spent anytime with these things at all. Usually ends up dumped in the spare room etc.
Just a scratching post would be cheaper and get more attention.



would be real good if i could find one

marko35

i still dont like catsmore of dog lover



I know, I've seen your missus.

I don't like cats either, but surely this is a good product for people like me. Think about it, they will be spending more of their time at home scratching away at their new toy instead of doing their dirty business in my garden or running out in front of my car when I'm nearly home!

Heat added!

marko35

dont like cats...cold sorry



So you clicked on something that said "Three Tier Cat Activity Centre" Even though you dont like cats. Just to tell everyone you "Dont like cats"

What a dull life you must live.

Banned

hot but none available near me kitty`s not happy

mrbasilbrushuk

did i say i voted cold, oh i'm getting tempted now, go on tempt me some … did i say i voted cold, oh i'm getting tempted now, go on tempt me some more.



Open your eyes, he wasn't replying to you. Maybe you should stop clicking on deals for cats and find some discount codes for an optician.

Out of stock

Whether they'll use it or not depends on the cat. Some will, some won't. Thankfully mine seems to like them and uses hers regularly. Not a scratch to be seen on my furniture!

However. I don't like these things. They are cheaply made and certainly not durable. The poles that hold each platform up and just hollow cardboard tubes now. A friend had one of these multi-tier things and it was fine when they were kittens. At about 8 months old the top section (only supported by a single carboard pole .... just like this one) collapsed under the weight of the cat. The rope they use is cheap and nasty and the cat will go through it in no time. Lucky if it lasts 6 months in my experience. Also, you'll find if you try and take the rope off once the cat goes through the area it scratches most, it's glued to the cardboard tube and strips layers off the tube when you pull it off to re-string it .... weakening the rubbish cardboard tube even further.

I now use a single post. The cat is quite happy with that. The post is a solid block of wood (from a much older post .... good luck finding a wooden one that doesn't cost the earth now). I also use my own rope which is FAR tougher then the stuff on these and lasts much, much longer before the cat gets through it and another re-string is required.

Cheap compared to what most people charge for these things. But when you break it down, they're actually rubbish. I wouldn't buy one.
Edited by: "sancheez" 31st Aug 2012

Just ignore marko35. It's seemingly Troll Season at the moment.

Try spraying cat nip spray on them if your cats don't seem to take much notice.

From experience kittens/cats don't use these types of things so waste of money I would say.
It does vary greatly on your kitten/cat.

OOS

Mr No

Open your eyes, he wasn't replying to you. Maybe you should stop … Open your eyes, he wasn't replying to you. Maybe you should stop clicking on deals for cats and find some discount codes for an optician.



sorry mr fox after visiting specsavers i read the comments again and realised that he did reply to you.

what a dippy idiot i am

OOS

Yeah, expired...damnit

marko35
dont like cats...cold sorry
Witches hate cats, and sad c**ts! Which are you ?

Argh! Wish I'd seen this earlier, I have 3 kitties who are currently loving a cardboard lid on the floor... should be chucked, but they "love it" so much.

Back in stock and getting delivered tomorrow.
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