The Ultimate Cat Scratching Post

The Ultimate Cat Scratching Post

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Maxwell Ryan
Jan 28, 2005
Why do they do it?
  • "To remove old nail sheaths from the claws
  • To exercise and tone muscles
  • To relieve stress, frustration and boredom
  • To "warm up" for a vigorous play session
  • To mark territory"
It seems as if some cat people have figured out how to not have their cats destroy their furniture and a scratching post is part of the equation. This tip comes from a few months back... Gene says: For a handsome scratching post that is neither pastel colored nor assembled from carpet remants, check out the Ultimate Scratching Post. Esmartcats.com sells this thingy for $69.95, which seems like a lot for a post, but not too much for saving furniture. (Thanks, Gene!) MGR
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