Cats Need to Scratch
Cats have a natural instinct to scratch. This helps to shed the outer part of their claws, keeping them smooth and sharp. Scratching is a natural emotional behaviour. It releases feel-good hormones, and allows your cat to mark its territory through oil released from the pads of the paws.
The posts of this climbing tree are wrapped with sisal. They provide the ideal place for your cat to practice its daily scratching regime, and keep its claws in tip-top condition.
Protect Your Furniture
By encouraging your cat to use this Scratching Post, you will help to keep those sharp claws off your expensive furniture, too.
Keep Your Cat Active and Entertained
This Multi Level Cat Scratching Post and climbing tree is the perfect place for your active cat to escape for some 'me time'. Your cat will have fun scratching, perching, chasing and climbing, all in one place. The multiple platforms allow your cat to jump around.
An active cat needs a place to be itself. The Multi Level Cat Scratching Post is the perfect thing to cater to your Royal Fur Kid's natural instincts. The 126 cm tree features a cubby hole, and platforms of various heights, that allow your cat to jump, hop, scratch, rest and nap to its heart's content. The plush carpeted surfaces provide extra comfort to help your cat relax.
Stylish and Durable
This stylish cat tree will blend in perfectly with your decor. Constructed using E1 standard board and natural sisal, the entire unit is pet-friendly, eco-friendly and durable. Best of all, the scratch tree is upholstered with a plush velvety surface for extra comfort and style.
This product ships to Australia only.
See photos and specifications, below, for dimensions.
- Stable wooden construction
- Natural sisal posts and soft plush cover
- Multi-level design with ample play areas
- Sleeping cradles
- Unique condo design
- Materials: Wood, plush cover, and sisal
- Height: 126 cm
- Base dimensions: 50 cm x 50 cm
- Cover colour: Dark grey
1 x Multi Level Cat Scratching Tree
1 x Assembly kit
1 x Assembly guide