Here Are 6 Amazing Cat Trees and Scratching Posts You Can Buy from Tuft + Paw

Finding the best cat trees usually means combing through reviews, determining what features are the most important to both you and your kitty and deciding on the best design for your space.
Here at tuft + paw, we are cat experts. We're intimately familiar with features that are most important to cats, like sturdiness and scratching materials. We spoke to actual cat and cat furniture experts to do some of the work for you.

1. Milo

Not only is the Milo Cat Tower tower tall, but it is also a modern take on a more traditional cat tree. This cat tower features sisal rope, removable carpet platforms as well as a climbing pole and a bowl hammock. It’s the ultimate playground for cats!

2. Grove

With a gray scratching surface and appealing curves, the Grove modern cat tower looks beautiful in your home, as well as appealing to your cats. Your cats can jump, scratch and hide in this cat tree and fulfil their basic instincts without destroying your furniture.

3. Frond

For a sleek, simple design featuring clean lines, look no further than the Frond Cat Tree. This modern cat tree would be great to place near a window. It provides height for cats, but takes up less floor space than other options.

4. Sprout

The Sprout is one of the most stable cat trees we've ever seen. Cats will enjoy its durable and dedicated scratching side, in addition to its soft felt lounging surfaces.


Okay - technically the Tab Scratching Board isn't a cat tree, but we had to include it for it's simplicity and versatility. You can place it horizontally, rest it at an incline, or mount it vertically with the Tab Wall Mount. However your cat likes to stretch, they’ll appreciate the solid weight and rubber groundings that hold it firm for that deep satisfying scratch.


The Zip scratching post is an instant classic. With its vertical design and 3ft height, cats will love to stretch and scratch this post. This post is also wrapped in natural sisal fabric, one of the most desirable materials for scratching posts. In addition, the Zip Scratching Post has a base of real birch.