|Material||Cardboard / Paper||Cardboard / Paper||Cardboard / Paper||Cardboard / Paper||—|
|Toy Type||Scratchers, Scratch Boxes||Scratchers, Scratch Boxes||Scratchers||Scratchers, Scratch Boxes||Scratchers, Scratch Boxes|
|Toy Feature||Catnip||Catnip, Training, Exercise||Catnip, Training, Exercise||Catnip||Catnip|
I bought this for our foster cats after the last ramp we had was too roasted to keep using. I currently have as mama and kitten in foster and this scratcher is not only great for scratching, but the large hole is makes the scratcher a favorite place to hide and play in for both cats. I was a little worried about the rounded back being unstable but after watching both cats jump onto or be tackled onto the ramp, it has not tipped our or rolled over. It does slide a little when being played on but that's to be expected. I know the more it gets used the more it will start to shed cardboard bits, but so far its really holding up and I think its worth the slightly higher price for its usefulness and durability.
my small cat likes it but big cat doesnt - its cardboard type of scratching material not the rope posts that stand up to scratching
Miss Kitty jumped right on top of thos toy and got to work sharpening her claws. Great cat friendly design. My kitty's Favorite!
I wanted to like this but within a week or two there was a mess everywhere. Now, there's pieces of whatever this thing is made from all over my place. The cats just drag pieces of the scratching material in their fur all over the place. Whoever made this awful thing needs to apologize to anyone who bought it. It's a complete waste of money and makes a massive mess.
My cats have learned how to use it multiple ways, including standing in front of the shortest end and scratching the angle reaching up and standing on the top of the rounded part and scratching the angle reaching down. They also love running through the hole, and one of them also scratches inside of the hole. I keep it against a piece of furniture, which I think that makes it more sturdy and less likely to tip over. It has occasionally, but very rarely, tipped when they launch themselves off of it full speed, but not enough to be a bother. I’ll be flipping it over once the current exposed side is worn down too much to extend the life. I would definitely consider purchasing this again when this one is on its last leg after seeing how long it has lasted in my house so far.
It didn't take long for my cats to tear a hole on both sides of this. As much as it costs, I am really disappointed.
Noodle absolutely loves resting, playing, and scratching here. It's also the closest replacement anyone has to his old one that no one makes anymore. Noodle absolutely cherishes this item and would be lost with it (he was devastated waiting for the replacement after he finally wore out the old one). The build quality is good, and my only complaint is that it's not as wide as his old one, so part of him sticks out of the hole but there's currently nothing better on the market.
This item will flip over and over and over again so be cautious it’s cute and built well, but a poor design and I did not think about it before purchasing
I have 4 cats and all of them used it right away! Finally, a scratch post that is used! It is always a wonder of the many things I get them the few they actually use. The box is always a big success but this time it was the actual item!!
I have had this for a couple weeks and my cats haven't touched it!! I have other cardboard toys in various shapes and sizes and they love them. This one has sat untouched and it's a lot of money for not being used!