Model CL4(Page 2)
GENTLY positon the sisal post (either end will work) atop the rod, & turn
it, holding it as straight as possible, and applying neutral pressure (neither
upward nor downward force). Once the two ends meet, and you receive some resistance
from the post, make 1/4 turn more & stop. Please remember that you should
not over-tighten this connection. It may loosen the nuts inside the posts.
4) Insert the remaining rod into the top of the sisal post, and turn
it until it stops. There should be approx. 1/2" of the bolt sticking up out
of the post. Position the round perch atop the rod, and secure it in the same
way you secured the sisal post. Again, please be careful not to over-tighten
this assembly (how many times do I have to tell you?!!!)
Step away from your CL4, and let your cat take over.
If you have any asembly problems or questions, contact us & we'll help.