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GoPetClub Cat Tree Toy Scratching Post
This practical GoPetClub cat tree is made from sturdy wood and large enough to interest your pet, but small enough to fit in small spaces. Your furry friend will have a blast scratching the sisal-covered post and batting at the dangling ball.
ITEM#: 13314910Cats need a scratching post that will allow them to get a full stretch. This scratching post can fit into any angle wall to save space which conveniently allows you to place it any where in the house.
- Scratching board covered by natural sisal fabric
- One hanging ball
- 29.25-inch height allows cats to stretch fully and tone muscles
- Base board size: 13.75 diameter
- Board material: Pressed wood
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|Materials||Presswood/natural sisal fabric/Faux Fur fabric|
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I rescued a stray cat and did not want her to scratch my furniture. I saw her scratching tree trunks outside and this item is almost the same size. It is wide and sturdy. It fits to the corner of the wall (or furniture) and secures there. It stands tall. My cat can stretch her body fully extended. The only thing I would like to change is the material covered on the post. It is not a sissle, it is a rough cloth. Her nails seem to get caught, not able to fully scratch- I thought. But she uses everyday. The pomp pomp toy attached at the top makes some noise and moves unexpectedly because the string stretches, so my cat seems to like that as well. Overall, we are very happy with this item. Most importantly, she has not scratch anything inside my house.Read More
Overpriced at Overstock. Almost everything is. I got is *** cheaper on another site with free shipping. overstock has the highest price for the same item.Read More
The height of this scratcher is excellent for my large Turkish Van. Before letting him use it I did secure it to the wall so he couldn't pull it over. I would recommend to anyone with any size cat.Read More
My cat started scratching this immediately after I put it in the corner. He can't sit on the top of it. My kitten could when he was about 5 lbs, but the top is really not big enough for them to sit. I've had it for about 6 months, and it's still looking great with regular use from two cats.Read More
My cat loves this better than her cat house and more importantly more than my furniture. It fits the corner of the wall where she use to like to rub up on and I was having to wash the walls as they turned color over time. Now she rubs up on it, scratches on it. She prefers it to any other item in the house be it her cat house or my furniture. She has not scratched on my new furniture at all since the purchase. The construction is also excellent and has stood up to her cat claws. She is an indoor/outdoor cat and therefor still has her claws. The post is not tore up at all which is amazing considering that she uses it multiple times a day...and night AND I have had it for 6 months!Read More
You WILL need to either attach it to the wall, OR put a wedge under the bottom. I didn't want to drill holes in the wall, especially before I was sure my cats liked this, so I put a wedge under the base, which then forces the lean into the wall, stabilizing the perch. My small cat (9 pounds) loves perching up top. She jumps up and down without trouble, and also lays on top while playing with the hangin fuzzy ball on a stretch cord. My big cat (19 pounds) loves to stretch tall and scratch on this post. He also plays with the fuzzy ball. He has jumped to the perch and stood there for a short time--it remained stable with the wedge holding it in place. However, the platform is too small for a big cat to stay for long. Great addition to our home...fun to watch the cats.Read More
In my haste to provide something other than the sofa as a scratching post, I put it in place around a corner and walked away. My large cat with claws was immediately attached, started to scratch and pulled it over on top of her. After it was secured to the wall, she was afraid to use it again. I smeared cat nip all over the post and Bella immediately "embraced" it with all fours. Even Livy who is declawed likes to run her paws over it. It's tall enough for both cats to stretch out to their full length and fun to watch them both. I especially like that the post fits around a corner and is out of the way.Read More
I purchased this cat post for my cat who always sharpens his claws on a corner wall and I thought this would be perfect. The tabs that came with the cat post did not hold, and the cat post fell on my cat when he tried to use it. I replaced the original holders with earthquake strength tabs to fasten it to the wall, but, since it fell on him he won't use it. It looks nice, but at this point it is useless as a cat post. Maybe in time he will try again. the manufacturer needs to replace the fasteners with stronger tabs to avoid this from happening.Read More
My two kitties are spoiled - I admit that. I was afraid that they might not like this product. I have never been happier to be wrong. They LOVE it from the moment I set it up (which was very easy, BTW). I am planning to buy another one next paycheck.Read More
This is a GREAT product! It is sturdy and well made. It is tall enough to allow my cats to fully stretch and scratch. Both ends are cover in soft, fluffy "fur".....cats like it and it protects both floor and walls. I usually leave this standing around a corner wall, but sometimes I lay it on the floor. The cut out wedge keeps it from rolling and it keeps the cats interested.Read More
Questions & Answers
No, it''s not available in a larger size.
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How to Choose a Scratching Post for Your Cat
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How to Clean Cat Furniture
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Best Cat Furniture
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Top 5 Places to Put Cat Beds
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Best Pet Beds for Your Pet
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Tips on Keeping Furniture from Scratching Wood Floors
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Cat Grooming Tips
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Vacation Care Tips for Your Cat
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Top 5 Tips on Choosing a Pet Bed
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Outdoor Fun for Your Pets
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