This Cactus Post Gives Your Cat A Stylish Place To Scratch

This Cactus Post Gives Your Cat A Stylish Place To Scratch

The Catframe combines a contemporary wood cat tree, sisal rope scratching posts, cubby holes, soft pads for kneading and sleeping, and last but certainly not least – storage for all kitties toys and treats. - #Cats

Now THIS is a cat tree! The Catframe combines a contemporary wood cat tree, sisal rope scratching posts, cubby holes, soft pads for kneading and sleeping, and last but certainly not least – storage for all kitties toys and treats.

This bartolo cat tree has three plush condos, two lying platforms, and multiple scratching posts. Felines can sharpen their claws on any one of four sisal wrapped scratching posts instead of your furn

Trixie Pet Products Bartolo Cat Tree - Like a pretty tortie kitty, the Trixie Pet Products Bartolo Cat Tree comes in a two-tone beige and brown color combo you'll love. This cat tree has.

Glue a carpet sample to a wooden frame for a minimalist cat scratch post. | 26 Hacks That Will Make Any Cat Owner's Life Easier

Glue a carpet sample to a wooden frame for a minimalist cat scratch post. - 26 Hacks That Will Make Any Cat Owner’s Life Easier

Save your furniture from claws with a stylish cat scratching post.

DIY Modern Cat Scratching Post

Save your furniture from claws with a stylish cat scratching post. get some yourself some pawtastic adorable cat apparel!

DIY Cat Scratching Post That Literally Lasts for Years! - Dream a Little Bigger

DIY Cat Scratching Post That Literally Lasts for Years

DIY Cat Scratching Post from Dream a Little Bigger – all you need is an awesome scratching post, 100 feet of sisal rope, a staple gun or nails and a craft knife, and if you want to get a little more crafty a rug, paint and colored rope.

Cat bed with scratching post made from wine crates

My Mom gave me a couple wine boxes and asked me to make a cat scratching post. I think it turned out pretty well

No more shredded sofas. The Cone is the world's most beautiful scratching post and nap space for your cat! It works so well because it takes direct inspiration from nature. The large cats often have a habit of scratching the barks of trees, to mark their territories. The reason domestic cats prefer furniture is because like trees, they are large, sturdy, and don’t topple over. The Cone was designed to resemble the tree’s bark and stay upright and unmoved.

No more shredded sofas. The Cone is the world's most beautiful scratching post and nap space for your cat! It works so well because it takes direct inspiration from nature. The large cats often have a habit of scratching the barks of trees, to mark their

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