Now you can create a fun play environment for your favorite feline! Our hardwood cat climbing steps for wall come in 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 step styles, and there’s a stopper at the top edge, so your kitty doesn’t keep on going right off the edge! As a cat climbs up the stairs, each step is 6" deep by 6" high and 7 1/4" wide, the same depth as our Standard wall shelf
The steps are built using quality furniture grade construction with Maple or Oak hardwood, and you can combine two or more sets to create a play wall or area for your cat to leap from set to set or to a wall-mounted shelf! This concept is perfect for older or handicapped cats too, and the 6” riser steps can provide them with exercise and ease of accessing a perch or cat bed for a better quality of life!
Five sizes to choose from:
2 Step Climbing Stairs - Overall: 8" deep x 13 3/4" wide x 10 3/4" high
3 Step Climbing Stairs - Overall: 8" deep x 19 3/4" wide x 16 3/4" high
4 Step Climbing Stairs - Overall: 8" deep x 25 1/2" wide x 22 3/4" high
5 Step Climbing Stairs - Overall: 8" deep x 31 3/4" wide x 28 3/4" high
6 Step Climbing Stairs - Overall: 8" deep x 37 1/4" wide x 34 3/4" high
- Each Step Size (as the cat is looking up the run): x 6" D x 6" H x 7.5 W
- Built by Maple or Oak hardwood, they are stained and finished on all sides and look great from all angles
- Screws and dry-wall anchors are provided to attach to wood surfaces, studs or plaster walls. The mounting screws are recessed and covered with matching wood buttons.
- These wall cat steps match and can be used with our popular hardwood cat shelves or other places where cats need to go up from one place to another.
- USA hand-made hardwood cat steps for wall designed with indoor cats in mind.
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Questions & Answers
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Unfortunately, we do not have a photo of the 6 steps wall stairs, but they are just twice bigger than the 3-steps on the picture.
How steep are the 2 steps, and how steep are the 6 steps. I see a photo for 2 or is it 3 steps on your website. Thanks!
The two steps stairs has two steps. In the picture is shown 3-step stairs.
Which orientation describes the anchoring to the wall; left or right?
The orientation is described by the top step. If you want the top step to lead to the left when facing the steps then the orientation is Left leading.