Every cat deserves a tall sisal scratching post. This is a beautiful line of scratchers!
Sisal is simply more durable than carpet. When you buy cheap products for your cat to scratch, which become shredded and get thrown away, you are making a fundamental mistake. Cat's don't throw away old stuff like we do! Cat's like familiar items. And, remember, they leave their scent all over their scratching post. In fact, leaving a good post in a place that they scratch in order to mark their territory, such as by a doorway, can be a good way to solve this type of problem. When you throw away a post, you are encouraging a cat to go right back to scratching other things.
Because my cat had used this scratching post so often, and the sisal was already falling off of the post, it was actually very easy for me to remove. I just had to cut the rope with scissors and pull it off. Once I got to the bottom, I found that the rope was embedded into the base. No matter! I just used my scissors to cut the rope right near the bottom of the scratching post.
Sisal Cat Scratching Post by Felix Katnip Tree Company
Let your cat safely scratch with the Beatrise Sisal Scratching Post.
The SmartCat Ultimate Cat Scratching Post is a durable scratching post covered with sisal material. It stands 32" high and is a great addition to any home with cats that love to scratch furniture. With a large base that prevents wobbling, the SmartCat Ultimate Cat Scratching Post is fun for any cat. It's neutral-toned so it can fit almost anywhere in your home and is easy to assemble. If you want to give your cat a real treat, add the cushioned pad for the ultimate perch.Because my cat had used this scratching post so often, and the sisal was already falling off of the post, it was actually very easy for me to ...The new sisal cat scratching posts come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including a horizontal scratcher, wide short scratchers and extra tall posts.Carpet-covered scratching posts often have all the disadvantages mentioned above. As well, they have the added disadvantage of encouraging your cat to scratch carpet. Carpet, though, does not have quite the right feel for most cats. Sisal feels more like what a cat would scratch in the wild.Scratching posts come in different types of coverings for your cat to scratch on. One of the best, if not the very best, is sisal rope. are often considered the best kind of post by cat behavior experts.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.