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Cat Bone Scratcher by PetPlanet
Product Code: 60719
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DescriptionYour cat will love this unusual Cat Bone Scratcher by PetPlanet! Have you ever noticed how cats love cardboard boxes? Well, this product is made from eco-friendly, corrugated cardboard! Your feline friend will have hours of fun playing, exploring, scratching and maybe even chewing at it. This is a great scratcher that is perfect for keeping your petís claws in tip top condition. It will appeal to your catís sense of touch allowing your furry pal to carry out the natural instinct to scratch, to prevent claws from breaking or being ripped out. Now, hopefully, scratching your furniture will be a thing of the past!
This cat scratcher is very durable, as your cat's claws will only ever penetrate the surface of the thick cardboard layer. The layered corrugated cardboard is extremely robust and will take at least 20 kg of weight. Also, the scratching material goes right around the bone!
Dimensions: L43.5 x W15 x H20cm
Please note this product is not indestructible, all play should be supervised. Replace toy once worn.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Great product posted on 13/11/2012 by Scotkat
I have 3 indoor cats and they love their scratch bones Quite a sturdy box and a good size as not too big and obtrusive I have 2 for them placed around the house and this seems to help stop them flex their claws in the carpets Just wish I can find something that will deter them from chewing my vertical blinds
Didnt serve its purpose posted on 29/05/2012 by GrapplefanMel
I thought this product would be very useful for my elderly cat who doesnt go outside much any more, to scratch on and wear down her claws but no she doesnt seem to know what is expected of her. I did sprinle on the grass from the sachet sellotaped to the scratcher even though I could not find any information relating to what it was Im guessing its catnip because she loved the smell and spent 5 minutes rubbing her head against it All in all a good idea but she prefers her cardboard box