Petlinks Rope Relief Hanging Cat Scratcher

Here’s the upright for the first floor. I wanted to wrap this in sisal rope so the rats…err…cats have a place to scratch. Or simu-scratch since they’ve been declawed.

The best rope for cat scratching post which I would recommend you to get is sisal rope.

When you hold a sisal rope, you will feel its roughness and realize that it is similar to thin wood or tree bark so the cat will be drawn towards it and will be away from other potential scratching surfaces just like a sofa.

Petlinks Rope Relief Hanging Cat Scratcher

Sisal rope scratching posts are generally considered as the best ones for cats. Sisal scratching posts come in rope and fabric. Some cats may prefer the fabric over the rope, but posts with rope can be re-wrapped with new rope, should the need ever arise.

Purrrfect Life Cardboard/Rope Cat Scratcher Post Bed

Scratching posts for cats are expensive! Wouldn't it be nice if you could simply replace the old worn out rope instead of having to buy a brand new scratching post? Well now you can! And I am going to show you how!

Here is what you will need:

Cat Craft Brown Sisal Rope Cat Hanging Scratch Pad


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