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Katattack Wanaka Double Cat Scratch Post 1m

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SKU
I164764
Pet
Cat
Scratcher Size
2 Tier
Scratcher Type
Multi-level
Description

NOTE: COLOURS ARE NOT GAURENTEED, CARPET COLOURS MAY CAN VARY

Made in New Zealand from natural wood, the KatAttack range of scratch furniture is strong with durable carpet for your cat to attack.

Clawing helps keeps your cats paws healthy & saves your furniture!

All Cat Trees are pre-assembled in Comfy Pets factory and are guaranteed "Wobble Free."

Dimensions:

Base 50 x 50cm
Height 100cm

Addtional Info:

It has long been assumed that when cats scratch objects with their front paws they are sharpening their claws.

It turns out that this is only a secondary reason.

Research on cat behaviour suggests that the major reason for this behaviour is communication.

By roughing up the bark of a tree (or the leg of your favourite chair) the cat is letting other cats or people know where she is and what she is up to.

When scratching is done indoors on walls, furniture or carpeted areas, it can result in considerable damage, owner frustration and sometimes the loss of the home for the cat.

It is easier to prevent problem scratching rather than trying to change your cat’s preference for the arm of your sofa after it has become an established habit.

Thus, the goal is to establish acceptable scratching habits by getting your cat to prefer a scratching post rather than the arm of your sofa.

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