Last Updated on: April 29, 2019 by Ingrid King


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You may be familiar with the name Sauder for quality office furniture at affordable prices. Sauder has crossed over to the furry side with a line of beautifully designed cat furniture. The pieces were clearly designed by someone who understands cats, and blend purrfectly into different home decors – a win win for cats and humans.


This modular cat tower features two nesting pieces that create an interactive tower with padded climbing steps, a scratching surface, and a two-sided fabric covered cushion with a zipper so it can be easily removed for cleaning. Available from Amazon with free shipping for Prime members.


This combination side-table and cat bed is my favorite piece in the collection. Made from birch veneer in a rich espresso finish, it features a removable cushion cover for easy cleaning. The flip down front reveals the cushion and two fabric storage baskets, and there’s a sisal scratch pad on each end panel. Available from Amazon with free shipping.


If your kitties like their hiding places up high, the Sphere Scratch Post Cat Tree may be just what they need. The wicker sphere features two access holes and a machine washable cushion. One leg is covered with sisal rope cover for scratching. The base piece features a rug so the piece can be shared by your cats. Available from Amazon with free shipping. Allegra and Ruby told me that this will go on their Christmas wish list…


This beautiful combination scratcher and perch is a multi-functional piece that will satisfy your cat’s scratching and lounging desires. The elevated perch includes a two-sided fabric-covered removable cushion with zipper for easy cleaning and a corrugated scratch pad. Available ffrom Amazon with free shipping for Prime members.


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