7 Best-Selling Cat Trees & Condos on Amazon Right Now

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Give your cat a fun place to climb, scratch, and hide with a new cat tree or condo from Amazon!

Amazon has a fun assortment of cat trees and condos that will supply your furry friend with an outlet for its high energy and divert its scratching from your beloved furniture. 👏🏼

Consider how many cats you own and how much space you have, and choose the purrrrrfect cat tree from the best-sellers below!

Check out Amazon’s best-selling cat trees and cat condo options 😻:

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1. Amazon Basics 16″ Cat Tree with Hammock Bed – $26.39

This well-made cat tower provides a go-to spot for kitty to release energy, relax, and satisfy the urge to scratch and climb. It features an elevated sleeping hammock, two scratching pillars covered in natural, durable jute rope, and a hanging toy.

cat in hammock of cat tree

2. AIWIKIDE 35″ Cat Tree & Activity Tower – $42.99

This cat tree is perfect for small spaces and it’s covered in neutral gray faux fur to coordinate with any decor. It features multiple jute scratching posts, two climbing platforms, a hammock, and a cozy room for hiding out. The compressed wood baseboard is sturdy and easy to tighten if it becomes wobbly after extended use.

cat in hammock on gray cat tree

3. HOOPET 28″ Cat Tree – $35.99 + save 10% with the digital coupon

This compact cat tree packs several fun features into one small footprint. There is a high platform, a deep hammock, sisal-wrapped scratching posts, a furry ball, and a walk-through brush for your cat to enjoy.

cat sitting on beige cat tree

4. Heybly 33″ Cat Tree – from $49.99

This cat tree is compact yet spacious enough for multiple perches, nooks, and activities. It’s covered in a soft, plush fabric for cozy naps, and it also comes with a cooling mat to keep your cat comfortable in warmer weather.

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5. Xin Multi-Level Cat Tree – $47.99

This compact cat tree has two hammocks for relaxation and a private condo for hiding out. The rope, scratch ladder, and scratching posts will help keep your furniture safe by giving your cat a place to work their claws.

cat in cubby on gray cat tree

6. TINWEIUS 35″ Cat Tree and Activity Center – $38.99

This cat tree has four platforms for climbing, a hidey-hole for relaxing, multiple sisal posts for scratching, and a hanging toy to keep your furry friend entertained. It’s made with a compressed wood baseboard and covered in high-quality faux fur.

cat napping on top of cat tree

7. Fish & Nap 30″ Cat Tree – $40.99

This cat tree has three levels for climbing and natural jute posts for scratching. The bottom level is enclosed to make a cozy hideaway, and the top perch is a hammock for snoozing or keeping a comfortable lookout. There is also a hanging ball that can be replaced or swapped out for a different toy, if desired.

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Jenna has a Bachelor's Degree from Lycoming College and her Master's from Penn State, holding 3 years of writing experience between a variety of publications and Hip2Save.

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Comments 28

  1. Alissa

    This may be the perfect feed for me to ask… I work mostly 8 hour days and I am thinking of getting a cat. She is 2 years old. Do you think she will be okay alone? A lot of people I know have 2+ cats but I can’t manage 2…:)

    • animity@yahoo.com

      She would get use to it after awhile. Just make sure she gets lots of love when you are home and she would be fine.

    • Denise

      We have always had cats. Our first cat did fine without a sibling and he was fine being left alone for a few hours. The cat will want attention when you get home❤️ best of luck with your new kitty they are a joy to come home to

    • NikkiLLM5

      We’ve always just had one cat my whole life & I’m in my 40’s. No issues here. Note they will and do love to dig in any potted plants. And might get into any people food left out. Otherwise most are chill.

    • jennonthego

      Call your local animal shelter or rescue and talk with them about this. The good ones know their animals and can recommend a few “independent spirits” for you to meet. 🐈 Kittens are cute but need lots of interaction, so ask about a senior kitty that’s been an inside cat before. Maybe an owner surrender whose human passed away. ♥️ Staff can also recommend toys, etc to keep kitty from getting bored and into trouble — cat tree, window perch to watch birds, scratch posts. Pets can take a month or two to settle in to a new home, relax, and let their true personalities show, so be patient and go slow. The eventual snuggles and companionship and fun are worth the effort!

    • smoresto

      Cats are so easy to take “care” of. They do most of the work. My cat recently passed at 16. I just adopted 2 cats and it took them 6 days to be comfortable with each other. I really recommend having 2. I hope everything works out.

    • ellen-2

      We have 4 cats and our a military family we are gone a lot even sometimes for days and leave food water and litter box out, cats are very self sufficient 🙂 I have litter robots even for kitty poo 🙂

  2. Patricia Goff

    I saw a video of some homemade ones. I made one of them using a small wooden ladder. It turned out good. My cat loves it. You wrapped the ladder in rope and then used material to make a hammock in the bottom area of the ladder and added a small cat bed to the top.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      What a neat idea! Thanks for the suggestion!

  3. Denise

    I have three cats my two females cats love the hammock tree so much I had to buy another they refused to share🤣

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      LOL! How cute! Glad to hear it has been a hit! Thanks for commenting, Denise!

  4. NikkiLLM5

    As soon as my hubby looks at the dimensions I sent him on 2 of these I’m getting one for our sweet Cleo! She doesn’t have her own space with 4 dogs. I hope she loves it!

  5. Patricia Goff

    OK. I know this is off topic but I have a question and this looks like a great place to get some answers. My brother has cancer and I now have custody of his cats. What do you use for fleas….. One cat has them and the other doesn’t. I need a middle priced product if there is such a thing…. Thank you for reading my post and for answering me….

    • Dee

      Both cats probably have the fleas, as fleas love to live on cats. Comb them with a flea comb to remove the fleas and the nits. You’ll also need to vacuum and clean/launder anywhere the cats have been on a frequent basis. Talk to the vet about any flea treatments. We used Seresto collars when a visiting animal brought in fleas. It took a week or two of vigilance, but we finally got rid of the infestation.

      • Patricia Lavenz

        Thank you.

    • brgndy

      I’ve rescued cats and the best thing to get rid of the fleas is bathing the cat with Dawn dishwashing liquid. It kills the fleas on contact.

  6. Deborah

    Fleas keep themselves clean. If you use 20 mule Team BORAX they crawl through it then ingest it causing them to die. Works for Roaches also. Harmless to pets and children. Natural deodorizer.

  7. Paul

    If you want a quick solution until you can get some flea treatment try Dawn dish washing liquid. It is gentle and safe. If you have a cat that gets upset about taking a bath, and is too much to handle then use a washcloth with Dawn and lather him up. Just remember to rinse the Dawn off the cat with another wet cloth, and keep rising it out..You might want to use a tub if your cat is spooked by running tap water. Dawn is great for killing fleas. You also may want to vacuum a lot , since fleas lay eggs in peoples carpets.

    • Alli (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the tips, Paul!

      • Paul

        Your welcome Alli 🙂 Thanks to you and everyone else that runs this site.

  8. Juli Crismond

    This is great article! Thank you 🙂

  9. Angie11

    Got one for my fur babies, thank you for posting!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re so welcome! ❤️

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