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Go Pet Club 35-Inch High Scratching Post
Cats need a scratching post that will allow them to get a full stretch. This scratching post can fit into any where in the house. This scratching post measures 35 inches high to allow your pet to stretch vertically.
ITEM#: 14792395Cats need a scratching post that will allow them to get a full stretch. This scratching post can fit into any where in the house. This scratching post measures 35 inches high to allow your pet to stretch vertically, which is important for toning muscles and to mark its territory. Made from sisal fabric that naturally inspires scratching and is sure to remain attractive and useful for years. Easy to assemble using the 4 included screws. Sturdy base measures 16 inches square to eliminate tipping and wobbling.
- 35 inch height allows cats to stretch fully and tone muscles
- Base board size: 16 inches x 16 inches
- Height: 35 inches
- Scratching post covered by natural sisal fabric
- Board Material: Wood
- Covering Material: Faux Fur
- 4 hanging balls including
- Easy assembly
|Materials||faux fur, compressed wood, sisal rope|
|Material||Sisal Rope Synthetic Fiber Wood|
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I loved the eight of this nice and tall cat scratcher, however my cat seems to prefer round poles to square. I am going to donate this to a shelter. However this is well made, nice and tall and not at all tippy. I am sad that it didn't work out.Read More
My cat loves this scratching post! She stretches and scratches real high and seems to really enjoy the process !! Thank you Big O! It is very well made and a good value.Read More
It's big (as advertised) but I have the feeling that my cat will destroy it within a year.Read More
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Hello glopalvp, there are a few screws included that need to be inserted other than that it is very easy to assemble. If you have any additional questions please feel free to let us know. Thank you for shopping with us!
Is the base raw wood or is it covered with something?
The base is covered with carpet that matches the top of the post.
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