Alpine Climb Incline Scratcher
Alpine Climb Incline Scratcher
Alpine Climb Incline Scratcher
Alpine Climb Incline Scratcher

Alpine Climb Incline Scratcher

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IDEAL SCRATCHING ANGLE: the cardboard is tilted at the purr-fect angle for a cat-isfying experience for your kitty alpine climbers

Includes catnip! HELP MAINTAIN HEALTHY CLAWS & PAWS: Made with durable corrugated cardboard, your cat will love this scratching surface filled with nooks and crannies. With a generous sprinkle of the included catnip to promote frequent scratching, The Alpine Climb Incline scratcher can help your cat shed its outer nail layer and maintain healthy claws and paws.

REDIRECT UNWANTED BEHAVIOR: If you’ve had problems with your cat using your couch as its favorite scratching post, position a scratcher near those areas to redirect unwanted behavior from the furniture to the scratcher. Cats love the feel of cardboard. Cats and furniture can finally live in complete harmony.

REVERSIBLE for DOUBLE the USE: when the rectangle of corrugated cardboard is scratched halfway through, just flip it over for a fresh-as-new side!

  • 19.25" L x 8.8" W x 9.5" H
  • 1.35 lbs

 

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 5 reviews
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    Linda B (Monticello, US)
    She loves it!

    Miss Kitty loves her new scratcher! She sits on it so it doesn't stay inclined. But she still loves it!

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    Karen Lovell (Springfield, US)
    Babies love it

    I bought this so my fur babies would scratch this instead of my couch. They love it and its saving the furniture. I am extremely happy with my purchase!!!

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    KANDIS SNAITH (Apalachin, US)
    Anchoring the Scratcher

    To the woman who asked about anchoring the scratcher. They make foam latex "rug gripper material" you can cut to size and put under the scratcher and it will keep it from moving. I would suggest you glue it in place with a non toxic glue. otherwise it will eventually roll up and move. You can find the material at your local Wal-Mart for just a couple of bucks.
    If you want something even easier to use. Your local hardware store also has little rubber pads you can just peel and stick on the corners for just a little more if not the same investment. Good Luck !I hope you will have a wonderful loving cat life together.
    Best Regards, Kandis

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    Linda Morneau (Dracut, US)
    Alpine Climb Incline Scratcher

    My cats are enjoying this scratcher. They are using it daily & they also like the incline and even fall asleep on it. It’s a useful and fun piece and I highly recommend it.

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    Kristine Klett (Myrtle Beach, US)
    Muffin doesn’t like Scratcher

    Our kitten, Muffin, was about 8 months old when we got the Incline Scratcher, so not attracted to catnip yet. Also, it is so lightweight that I haven’t been able to find a good anchor to hold it still. She will scratch it if I do or if I lure her to it, but it moves and she walks away. Maybe, she’ll like it more when she is older…

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 5 reviews
    80%
    (4)
    0%
    (0)
    20%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    L
    Linda B (Monticello, US)
    She loves it!

    Miss Kitty loves her new scratcher! She sits on it so it doesn't stay inclined. But she still loves it!

    K
    Karen Lovell (Springfield, US)
    Babies love it

    I bought this so my fur babies would scratch this instead of my couch. They love it and its saving the furniture. I am extremely happy with my purchase!!!

    K
    KANDIS SNAITH (Apalachin, US)
    Anchoring the Scratcher

    To the woman who asked about anchoring the scratcher. They make foam latex "rug gripper material" you can cut to size and put under the scratcher and it will keep it from moving. I would suggest you glue it in place with a non toxic glue. otherwise it will eventually roll up and move. You can find the material at your local Wal-Mart for just a couple of bucks.
    If you want something even easier to use. Your local hardware store also has little rubber pads you can just peel and stick on the corners for just a little more if not the same investment. Good Luck !I hope you will have a wonderful loving cat life together.
    Best Regards, Kandis

    L
    Linda Morneau (Dracut, US)
    Alpine Climb Incline Scratcher

    My cats are enjoying this scratcher. They are using it daily & they also like the incline and even fall asleep on it. It’s a useful and fun piece and I highly recommend it.

    K
    Kristine Klett (Myrtle Beach, US)
    Muffin doesn’t like Scratcher

    Our kitten, Muffin, was about 8 months old when we got the Incline Scratcher, so not attracted to catnip yet. Also, it is so lightweight that I haven’t been able to find a good anchor to hold it still. She will scratch it if I do or if I lure her to it, but it moves and she walks away. Maybe, she’ll like it more when she is older…