The scratching post that doesn't lack spice!
Original and design, this cat scratching post in the shape of a cactus combines aesthetics and functionality since it fits perfectly in your home, while allowing your little friend to soothe his instincts.
- Color of the rope
- Green, Cream, Black or Grey
- Screws provided
- Type of fastener
- L.71,5 cm x W. 30 x D.4 cm
Expédition sous 24 à 48h
The VEGAS scratching post meets the natural needs of your little friend while adding a touch of style to your living space.
The scratching surface is attached to a brushed stainless steel base with sturdy "straps". It can be easily removed to replace its color or to replace it in case of wear with the refills for VEGAS. Moreover, it does not deteriorate as quickly as cardboard and does not require the passage of the broom after each scratch. The scratching surface is made of woven rope and is available in four colors: black, gray, green or cream with green spots.
The VEGAS scratching post can be accessorized with a pot that fits on the bottom to match the style of your home. You can choose from seven different pot textures to create a fully customizable scratching post.
H.70 x W.28 cm
- Wall mounting (screws not included)
- Detachable scratch surface, made of woven rope
- Brushed stainless steel support cut less than a kilometer from our workshop
The VEGAS scratching post is fixed to the wall with screws of maximum diameter 6mm + plugs adapted to the hollow or full partitions according to your construction. Screws are not supplied.
The scratching post is an essential element in a home to ensure the well-being of its cat, especially if the latter does not have access to the outside and therefore cannot use its claws naturally. It is essential for the cat to maintain its claws in order to defend itself, to climb trees, or to mark its territory by depositing pheromones through its pads. Clawing is also a need for cats that should not be suppressed, as it could cause stress.
Hang the VEGAS Wall Scratcher near the area where your cat has been scratching to centralize his scratching urges and prevent him from destroying your furniture. You can always move it to a location that better suits your interior design once your cat gets used to clawing there. However, avoid placing it in a place with too much traffic, as cats don't like it when their territory is constantly violated.