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All Kind Nesting Cat Scratcher Toy with Catnip

All Kind Nesting Cat Scratcher Toy with Catnip

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    Not bad....

    By SKNik on Aug 30, 2020

    My dear, Castiel, doesn't actually like these scratchers. To be honest, I have no idea if it's the product or my cat is just smart enough to see that it's not furniture but he hasn't used it once since I got them months ago. I have even tried putting catnip on it. Nothing. So I'm giving it 4 stars because My dear, Castiel, doesn't actually like these scratchers. To be honest, I have no idea if it's the product or my cat is just smart enough to see that it's not furniture but he hasn't used it once since I got them months ago. I have even tried putting catnip on it. Nothing. So I'm giving it 4 stars because of that. Your cat might like it, though. … more

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    Best for Growing Cats

    By Bluebird on Aug 12, 2020

    My cats all love cardboard scratchers, so I thought they’d enjoy this one. They enjoy the largest scratcher in the set, and use it well, but the smaller scratchers have been completely ignored. I think it might be that they’re too small to allow for my adult cats to stretch as they scratch them, but My cats all love cardboard scratchers, so I thought they’d enjoy this one. They enjoy the largest scratcher in the set, and use it well, but the smaller scratchers have been completely ignored. I think it might be that they’re too small to allow for my adult cats to stretch as they scratch them, but they would be the perfect size for small/growing kitties. I would recommend for kittens, especially if you want to go ahead and train them to use scratchers before they’re old enough to damage furniture, as the smallest size would work for babies as soon as they first discover their little needle claws. … more

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