Product Code: 160-0000003090
Availability: Custom made in 10-15 biz days
This piece is made of Oak veneer plywood, and can be ordered in a Natural, Oak, Vermont Maple, or Walnut stain, or a White, Burgundy, or Black painted finish. You can also get your piece Unfinished.
Our Corner Cat Stairs are a terrific contemporary option which allows cats to go from one wall to another. This wall-mounted stair fits right into a 90 degree corner and has steps that are roomy enough for your cats to jump and land, or even take a cat nap. The Corner Cat Stairs has two steps and comes with the top step facing either right or left, to insure it works with the other shelves, tunnels and stairs of our Wall Climbing System for Cats.
Our stairs offer a great option for environment enrichment for you cat. Mix and match with our Madison Cat Tree, our 3 and 4-Step Stairs, or our Double Cat Shelf to create Cat Wall Art that is uniquely your own.
It can hold up to 50 lbs. of cat!
Measurements: 23-1/2"W x 23-1/2"D x 11"H
Wall mounts are included.
How to Mount Wall Units
We'll include some wall-mounting screws like this with any shelf or stair. (The screws you get might look a little different.) These screws are intended to mount your unit on half-inch drywall, which is what most people have. If you have some other kind of wall, please ask for mounting hardware at your hardware store.
You will need a pencil, a drill, a level and a phillips-head screwdriver.
First, put your cats out of the room. They'll want to "help"! Trust us on this point.
Next, decide where you want your shelves and stairs to be. You'll have to judge how far your cat can comfortably jump to reach each unit. Once you have a position, put the unit up against the wall and use the level to be sure it's horizontal. Then mark each of the holes with a pencil.
Drill a hole of about 1/4" through the drywall for each mounting screw, then twist in the plastic mounting anchor or tap it in with the butt of the screwdriver. Important: don't use the screws without the plastic anchors, because they won't hold in drywall.
When the plastic anchors are in place, put the shelf back against the wall and put in the screws through the holes in the wood and into the plastic anchors. Important: you must screw the mounting screws all the way down, so that the wood backing of the shelf or stair is flat against the wall. If there's space between the wall and the wood, the shelf will not be stable.