Cat Scratching Posts and Carpet Scratchers

3-Level Cat Tree Perch - 48″ high with comfy perches for observing inside or outdoor activity. Built-in scratcher panel to encourage kitty's instinctual desire to reach and scratch.

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♥ DIY Cat Stuff ♥ DIY cat tree made from an old wooden ladder, outdoor carpeting, left over wood and jute wrapped around the bottom for a scratching post. Hammock is just material and a towel. Super fun, cheap and easy to make!

Choosing the best cat scratching post can be bewildering for humans

Furniture and Scratchers 20740: Cat House For Outdoor Cats Condo Pet Shelter Weatherproof Home Furniture - BUY IT NOW ONLY: $128.97 on eBay! For cats that live primarily outdoors, scratching is seldom a problem for the owners. Scratching is usually directed at prominent objects such as tree trunks or fence posts. Play swatting with other cats seldom leads to injuries because cats have a fairly thick skin and coat for protection. When play does get a little rough, most cats are pretty good at sorting things out between themselves. Occasionally, rough play or territorial fighting does lead to injuries or abscesses that would require veterinary attention.

Creative way to give your cats the outdoor space they desire.

For cats that live primarily outdoors, scratching is seldom a problem for the owners. Scratching is usually directed at prominent objects such as tree trunks or fence posts. Play swatting with other cats seldom leads to injuries because cats have a fairly thick skin and coat for protection. When play does get a little rough, most cats are pretty good at sorting things out between themselves. Occasionally, rough play or territorial fighting does lead to injuries or abscesses that would require veterinary attention.

Reviewing The Best Cat Scratchers, Posts, Condos, and More


There are several alternatives that will be just as appealing as your furniture to a scratching cat. If you have an outdoor cat, he can scratch his claws on trees or logs. If not, there are also indoor options, such as scratching posts, cat trees, and scratching toys, which work equally well. A few rules of thumb: any scratching post should be extremely stable so your cat can climb up and pull on it; it should be covered with material your cat can sink his claws into; and it should be in a prominent location so your cat actually uses it.Whilst you may not want your cherished cherry tree denuded of bark, or gouge marks in your shed, you likely prefer this to your cat scratching furniture in your home.

The outdoors not only gives your feline more choice of surfaces and places to scrape his or her claws, but it’s where the other cats are at. Your cat will want to scratch to mark their territory, to leave a message for those other cats.