Bandit the Cat & First Cat Tower Prototype

Vivian’s (owner/wife) sister and her husband bought a new retirement home in Sept of 2014 along with a 48” American Walnut Tower for their CAT Bandit. A real top view window watcher – didn’t take to the Bedding Box right off – one day Biscuit the dachshund entered the Bedding Box. Well . . . after sizing up what had just taken place . . . Bandit made a MAJOR decision and quickly moved the dog out . . . permanently!!! “My name is BANDIT and no Canine is going to STEAL anything from me.”

We presented Rose M. in Arkansas, our graphics lady, with a prototype to test with her Kitty – she writes: In August 26, 2012 the very first prototype Cat Tower by PurrfecTrendis is still in use. My kitty doesn’t care if the engineering pencil marks decorate the side, or that it is unfinished. She loves to sit and look out the window. I have caught her napping too ♥! Admittedly, she likes it by the window and uses it all the time. If you have kitties, I would recommend the extension versions that can accommodate levels for everyone. A piece of furniture just for the “Kids!”

Funny, funny . . . Rose was recently ill and coughing a lot. I told her, “Wouldn’t it be something if you were allergic to cats?” And, because she loves her kitties so much she said, “If I were, I wouldn’t tell anyone!”

Joplin Missouri Cat Show

In Sept of 2014 I displayed our 48” Naturally Clear & an American Walnut Tower.   Had lots of compliments and a couple suggestions – one was to make the Bedding Box a litter box!    We really and carefully viewed and re-viewed but came to the decision we will leave the litter box furniture to the ones who are already in that phase of the market.

Did sell the two 48” towers on display and the owners – one in Pittsburg, KS and the other in Lamar, MO, both are happy!

OK, now here is the story.  The show was closing at 4PM on Sunday; at 3PM a nice lady (Debra U.), who is a professional business owner, approached the exhibit space and said, “The only reason I came was their advertising stated there would be Cat Furniture.” After circling the American Walnut, touching, feeling, she smiled and decided to buy a 72” which we would deliver when ready!

After she went home, a 3 story Victorian brick built 1907, where she has a few cats, she decided the 72” was too tall but two of the 48” would be a lot better.   They could be on different floors.   She has some pictures but when she tries to take pictures with the cats on them they hear her coming up the stairs and meet her so they can all sit around together.   She knows they use them because their hair is visible, “They just don’t want me to know how much they enjoy them!”