Bergan Scratcher Replacement Pads
MY CATS love this! Entertains them and they love to scratch on it!
Thumbs up for this product. Wish I could find it in the stores all the time!
November 19, 2013
Chewy.com has this product for 3.99 for 2 scratchers. They are approx. $10 anyplace else I've looked including Walmart and Petsmart. They are the center piece for the turbo track and the cats like to lay on them and use them.
August 26, 2014
My cat LOVES her turbo scratcher... but refills at PetSmart are almost $10! I was very happy to find them here for much less. They are "name brand" and fit the scratcher perfectly.
Also, communication was fantastic and it shipped to me in no time. Very happy. Will def purchase again.
September 28, 2014
Keeps cats busy for hours!
These replacement scratchers for the Turbo scratcher are wonderful and needed. My cats never seem to tire of chasing the ball. I put the scratcher near the door and they love to come in and scratch it. The fact that the pads are replaceable make it a real value!
September 22, 2014
Cats love it
My cats love going to the Turbo Scratcher to sharpen their claws, and then giving the trackball a few whacks. Lots of fun!
September 15, 2014
These scratcher replacement pads are excellent.
All of my fine feline friends love their scratcher replacement pads. When I put in a new one they come running for fun. These pads hold up really well to active scratchers, and the best part is when one side is finally shredded to the max all you do is just flip it over and you get another side for those frisky feline nails to work on! Even my geriatric feline buddies love them. These are definitely a must have for the kitties.
July 8, 2014
It depends on what kind of claw and how aggressive your cat is at scratching. Our beloved adopted alley cat who is so used to living outside almost his entire life until 3 years ago loves scratching on this pad. He goes to town with this scratching pad and he shreds it like nobody's business. It is amazing how often I have to buy refill pads for him. I wish they have different grade of pads and name it; dainty, average, go to town (which is what I would get for mine). By the way, this cat has an interesting story. For being an alley cat, initially when we partially adopted him we wanted him to have the freedom of outdoor/indoor lifestyle. Then, one day he didn't come back to see us. We didn't see him for 10 days and we were very worried thinking he could probably captured, lost or hit by a car. We posted signs, searched animal shelters and continued calling for him. Then on night 11th, we called out as usual and he responded. It turned out that he was trapped in the crawl space underneath the building next to us. He is now a fully adapted to living indoor. That is why this scratching pad is important to him. It is his claim to his home and his new lifestyle of retiring the streets. Thank you!
March 19, 2014
My fur babies love them & play with the ball .
If you teach them young, no body would have to do nail surgery on poor fur babies.They need them to protect, themselves if someone accidentally let them outside.
September 10, 2014