Cat Scratching Posts

There's a reason why they call it a cat scratcher. Cats love to scratch, but do you know why? Cats don't destroy furniture for the thrill of it. Scratching is a normal and essential behavior of cats. Scratching conditions your cat's claws, helps him stretch his back and shoulder muscles and is often his way of marking his territory. Scratching is also your cat's way of releasing stress and anxiety. Training your cat not to scratch would be like trying to train a fish not to swim. There are other ways to keep your cat from clawing up your home furnishings. A cat tree provides your cat a way to play and scratch without damaging your home. If you're limited on space, a cat tower or cat scratching post is a convenient way to help your cat groom his claws. The SmartCat Ultimate Scratching Post is 32 inches high, and allows cats to get a full stretch in. Its design allows your kitty to tone his muscles and mark his territory without clawing your walls or pricey curtains. The scratching post is covered in a fibrous woven sisal that won't snag your cats nails, like some carpet-covered scratch posts do. The KONG Naturals Cat Scratcher is a great cardboard cat scratcher because of its incline. Watch your cat roll around and scratch on a fun window cat perch from brands like Catit or Omega Paw. Chewy also carries several hanging cat scratching pads for instant gratification on the go. Whether you're searching for a cat scratching tree or scratch pads for cats, find what you need at Chewy, and also consider other great cat supplies like cat beds, cat costumes & cat sweaters, or a convenient automatic cat feeder or cat water fountain.

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