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You probably don’t agree with your cat’s ideas for remodeling your living room. Cats have a natural urge to scratch. Stropping helps them remove old material from their claws.
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Scratching is one if not the most natural work out for them on a daily basis. They also do this to mark territory with scent glands in their paws.
Our Cactus Cat Scratching Post
The best way to help our fur babies reduce stress-related cat scratching damage in our homes is to provide alternatives, train them, and sufficient cuddle time. This fast trending cat scratching post will help you manage this with ease.
Benefits & Features
Most cats are attracted to anything with a nubby, textured surface, or something they can really sink their claws into. And our Cactus Cat Scratching Post definitely has everything that will attract them with their scratching routine.
Improved base design to keep our Cactus Cat Scratching Post stable. All materials are of high quality to last and withstand heavy scratching, climbing, and playing.
Provides a huge amount of help to manage cat stresses that comes from many reasons such as changes in schedule of people at home, a new pet, home rearrangements, and more.
Peace Of Mind
From the time your cats realize they have a reliable cute scratch post to you not worrying about them starting to do some cat style furniture woodworking.
Carefully selected natural colors that blend perfectly with most home interior furniture and colors. The cactus shape design makes an astonishing fresh look too.
This Cactus Cat Scratching Post includes a hanging paw ball where cats can exercise their muscles and reflexes.
- Types: Yellow Base & Green Base
- Dimensions: Medium 53 x 32 x 32 cm; Large 68.5 x 42 x 42 cm
- Weights: Medium 2.8 kg; Large 4.1 kg
- Wrap Material: Natural Sisal Rope
- Post Material: High Quality Plastic
Did You Know?
If your cat is scratching excessively due to anxiety and insecurity, then punishment will add to its distress and probably make the situation worse.