When compared to other cat scratching posts made out of cardboard, the PetFusion 3-Sided Vertical Cat Scratcher and Post looks and feels like a much better quality than most. The manufacturer says that, even after a full year of being scratched at, this model will still have plenty of life left in it. The quality of this model, plus its interesting shape and novel design, put the PetFusion 3-Sided Vertical Cat Scratcher and Post well up there amongst the best cat scratching posts.
$25.47-$44.99 Molly and Friends Cat Furniture Company makes some of the best small posts. Our all-carpet scratching post is just the right size for a new kitten to start learning how and where to scratch. The carpet is high quality and the wood post underneath it is made of solid pine. The handmade unit arrives fully assembled and sits on a 12" x 12" base. It is 19" tall and comes in a beige ...
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Purrfect Post Sisal Cat Scratching Posts - Veterinarian Designed
Cat scratching posts and boards vary dramatically in quality. I’ve learned that the hard way! The first post we bought was a cheap, made-in-China affair. I’m not saying that everything that’s made in China is bad, but this one seemed to have come directly from the factory, skipping quality control…The screw between the post and the base quickly became loose and the sisal rope unraveled. I was annoyed when I realized that it had been a total waste of money! Here are some tips to help you avoid making our mistake.Entice your cats away from the furniture and help them stay limber and strong with these uniquely designed Cat Scratchers. The varied cat scratching surfaces help to relieve stress, tone muscles and remove old nail sheaths. Our resident KatyKat loves the 30 inch high scratching posts so that she can stretch really high when she uses it; and she can't seem to decide between sisal and carpet posts so we keep both within easy reach! Quality materials and construction - every one of our cat scratching posts are handcrafted in the USA.The first thing to do is get a good scratching post or a high-quality cat tree with one or more good scratching posts. The post needs to be tall enough that your kitten can get a good stretch, and it needs to have a good, sturdy base so it won't wobble or fall over when it's being used. Sisal fabric and rope are the two best materials for scratching posts. Carpeted posts may cause problems because your kitten will learn that it's OK to scratch on any carpeted surface, including your rugs.3 – Material matters. Sisal material is only found on higher quality products, whereas most scratching posts employ only sisal rope wrapped around a round pole. The woven sisal material is much tighter packed and provides a thicker more resistant surface for your cat’s claws, and will almost certainly be the material your cats will prefer over anything else (your sofa hopes!)