Kokoba Medium Cat Scratching Tree - Royal
Cats love to scratch and jump and this medium-sized tree will help keep their sharp claws away from your own furniture.
What it’s for
As territorial animals, cats love to have a little area that they can call their own where they can scratch, jump and climb as much as they like.
Scratching not only sharpens your buddy’s claws but also helps them stretch and strengthen their muscles. It’s also an important part of marking their territory. This is great for their mental wellbeing, as knowing they’ve got their own space can help them feel more relaxed and less stressed (extra handy if you’ve got a nervous new addition to the family).
- several different levels for your cat to jump on to
- tough sisal poles that designed to handle your cat's scratching
- encourages your cat’s playing habits
- safe and secure.
How it works
If your cat already has a favourite scratching spot in your home, place the tree there to encourage them to play and scratch on their new cat tree instead (good news for them and good news for your sofa!).
The tree comes with sisal poles that can take even the toughest of scratches, so you can be sure that your pet friend will be able to scratch to their heart's content. It also has several different sturdy platforms that your buddy can jump onto (and spend the day relaxing and supervising the humans from their own little spot).
If you notice that your cat is spending more time than usually scratching, then they may be stressed or worried. In these cases, it’s best to have a chat with your vet.
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Good qualityThis is a very good quality cat scratcher for the price. Was expecting it to be a bit flimsy but it wasn’t. Was easy to put together & the cats love it. Only given 4 stars as the only downside is that none of my cats can get into the top bed as it’s quite wide & positioned in the centre. Obviously not all cats would have that problem but none of my 4 cats have managed it & had the post for a while now. Overall though it’s definitely worth the money.