Smartcat - The Ultimate Scratching Post (16"L x 16"W x 32.5"H)

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Why we love it: 

SmartCat has the best-looking, most durable, post scratcher of the ones we researched and tested. At 32.5 inches, it's tall enough for your cat to stretch out comfortably.  Its solid-wood base is sturdy, so it stays upright even during vigorous scratching or leaping, and its woven-sisal scratching surface is a natural fiber that shreds cleanly (unlike carpet) and won't become prickly over time (unlike sisal rope, also common among scratchers)

On top of that, woven sisal is extremely durable: We let 20 cats abuse it for a week and a half, and it had no visible marks. On Amazon, where it currently has a rating of 4.6 stars (out of five) across more than 7,000 ratings, reviewers praise its durability: “Still going strong five years later,” writes one owner.

Durable, Full-Stretch Post

Cats need a scratching post that will allow them to get a full stretch. The 32″ post height allows the cat to stretch vertically while using the post (important for territorial marking purposes and for toning muscles). The finest materials and workmanship guarantee the scratching post will remain attractive and useful for years. Redesigned base is two pieces for extra durability.


Features and Benefits

Dimensions: 16"L x 16"W x 32.5"H

- 32″ height allows cats to stretch fully and tone muscles
- Sturdy 16″ by 16″ base eliminates tipping and wobbling
- Fibrous and durable woven sisal naturally inspires scratching
- Superior to carpeted posts that may snag nails
- Assembles with two included screws
- Attractive and neutrally toned

Why do cats scratch?

- 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


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Astrid Van Delft
Smartcat - Scratching Post

My cat loves this scratching tower. She uses it a few times a day, for scratching and also stretching.

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