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Dr Foster & Smith catalogue

Post by Stac » Tue, 18 Mar 2003 10:42:17



  Does anyone buy anything from this catalogue?  I'm interested in a cat
tree they offer but would like to know what people who bought from them
before think of their store.

Stacia

 
 
 

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Post by Cathy Friedman » Tue, 18 Mar 2003 10:45:28


Yep; several times.  I've bought top-loading cat carriers, fleece pads for
the bottoms of the carriers, and Da Bird & feather replacements for Da Bird,
from them.  No probs, good service.

Cathy

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Quote:
>   Does anyone buy anything from this catalogue?  I'm interested in a cat
> tree they offer but would like to know what people who bought from them
> before think of their store.

> Stacia

 
 
 

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Post by Gail » Tue, 18 Mar 2003 11:05:59


Just out of curiosity, which tree are you thinking of buying? (item number)
I'm also thinking of a cat tree but have no idea what kind.
Gail
Quote:

>   Does anyone buy anything from this catalogue?  I'm interested in a cat
> tree they offer but would like to know what people who bought from them
> before think of their store.

> Stacia

 
 
 

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Post by Mary » Tue, 18 Mar 2003 11:11:21



Quote:
>   Does anyone buy anything from this catalogue?  I'm interested in a cat
> tree they offer but would like to know what people who bought from them
> before think of their store.

> Stacia

I have had good service from Drs. Foster & Smith.  Incidentally, I just
ordered a made-to-order cat tree from CreateACatCondo.  They have some great
designs, and shipping costs are included in the basic price.  The poles can
be carpeted, sisal wrapped, or plain wood.  I'm rather e***d at getting
one for my two furbabies.  If you would like to look at their cat trees, the
URL is:  http://www.moonsgarden.com/

MaryL
Photos of Duffy and Holly:  http://www.moonsgarden.com/

 
 
 

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Post by Annie Wxil » Tue, 18 Mar 2003 11:43:28



Quote:
>   Does anyone buy anything from this catalogue?  I'm interested in a cat
> tree they offer but would like to know what people who bought from them
> before think of their store.

> Stacia

I bought two cat trees from Drs. Foster & Smith catalog. The cats love them.
They are several years old now and still in good shape.
Annie
 
 
 

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Post by Stac » Tue, 18 Mar 2003 12:22:15


Quote:

>Just out of curiosity, which tree are you thinking of buying? (item number)
>I'm also thinking of a cat tree but have no idea what kind.

  I've had my eye on the "Watchtower" one, item GG-10244.  Mainly because
the bottom hidey places are ones my Spam can get into, even with his bad
back legs.  Then there's the top which my other kitties can get to.  They
don't have a lot of places to get up high and we have a corner this would
fit perfectly in.
  The cat castle and the tropical hammock ones are just so cute, though.
  I also need a throw for the couch - the upholstery was stained so I got
a couch cover, but the cats like to scratch it so much it needs a cover to
protect the cover!

Stacia

 
 
 

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Post by Karen Chupli » Tue, 18 Mar 2003 12:44:23



on 3/16/03 7:42 PM:

Quote:
> Does anyone buy anything from this catalogue?  I'm interested in a cat
> tree they offer but would like to know what people who bought from them
> before think of their store.

> Stacia

I've bought toys and stuff. THey are very good and have good customer
service. Ithink Megan has gotten cat trees from them.

Karen

 
 
 

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Post by Elizabeth Blak » Tue, 18 Mar 2003 13:07:18



Quote:
>   Does anyone buy anything from this catalogue?  I'm interested in a cat
> tree they offer but would like to know what people who bought from them
> before think of their store.

I've ordered from them a number of times and never had a problem.  Both my
cats at home and at work have a Palm Tree scratching post (item #9B-7752 ).
Right now at home my cats have a condo I got on eBay.  I wanted to get a
piece of furniture for the two cats at work but couldn't get anything too
big so I opted for the Classi-Cat Cat Cradle (item #9B-4777).  Stinky LOVES
it, and won't let Harriet anywhere near it.  I'm hoping my two cats at home
will destroy their eBay condo soon, so I'll have a good excuse to order a
new one from Drs. Foster & Smith.

Liz

 
 
 

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Post by fuzzm » Tue, 18 Mar 2003 20:58:14


Quote:

> Does anyone buy anything from this catalogue?  I'm interested in a cat
> tree they offer but would like to know what people who bought from them
> before think of their store.

> Stacia

I've also bought from them MANY, MANY times for my dog and cats and
have never had a reason to complain. I bought a floor to ceiling cat
tree (the Mega Deluxe Tree seen here -
http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/prod_Display.cfm?siteid=1&pCatI...)
and my cats use every square inch of it, except for the hoop. If you
get the floor to ceiling model, measure the height of your ceilings
first. After putting it together (it does require assembly) I
discovered my ceiling was too low to fit and had to cut one of poles.
If you have standard height ceilings (which I don't) of approx. 8 ft
it will fit. If you have higher ceilings, there is an extension you
can buy.

I've also bought from them a Litter Box Bench
(http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/prod_Display.cfm?siteid=1&pCatI...),
but it does not keep a determined dog from getting those tootsie roll
treats. So I decided to convert it into a little hideaway bed. The
cats also enjoy just laying on top of it and scratching the heck out
of it.

I'm also looking to buy another cat tree and I like the idea of being
able to design one, so I probably will buy my next one from the other
site mentioned before. But Drs. Foster and Smith have great quality
items and you won't be disappointed...or should I say your "kids"
won't be!

Have fun choosing one...or two...or .....   :-)