Catit Self Groomer with CatnipBy Catit
About This Item
- Adhesive backing allows placement anywhere, perfect for walls and corners. It can also be attached using screws (not included).
- Plastic bristles remove loose hair meaning there's less around your home. The act of rubbing gives your kitty a gentle massage that they'll love.
- Brush can be snapped out of the frame for easy cleaning. Simply hand wash with natural soap containing no chemicals and you're good to go!
- Catnip included. Simply sprinkle some Canadian catnip on the inner compartment that will entice your furry friend to brush themselves.
- Since your cat grooms themselves it's the perfect way to achieve that always groomed look.
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258 Customer Reviews
Great idea, so-so execution
The shape of this is exactly what I was looking for, although when it arrived the bristles were far harder than I thought they would be. The catnip goes in narrow tubes on either side of the bristles, and the opening was so small I had to find my smallest funnel and still some spilled out ... but the tubes have open slots at the top, so some spills out no matter what you do. I bought two, and one arrived without the double-sided tape to mount it on a corner, so I had to split the tape between them. One cat loves it and uses it daily, the other used it once and I don’t think has ever touched it again.
The two sided stick on strips won't hold the product on the wall corner, too weak. If you chose the option of using the screw holes to permanently mount this product you need to a) provide screws because they aren't included and b) be aware that the holes will be over the metal corner strips that are on corners of all sheetrock walls. Still working on a solution here.
Bristles are very hard plastic
Thought we would get these for our many cats, not a one took to them. Very hard & cheap bristles. Unfortunately, was a waste of money.. wish I would’ve spent a little more to get higher quality. Lesson learned
They warmed up to it.
Our kittehs didn't think much of it when we first put it up. But we continued pointing it out to them, interacting with it, and praising them when they interacted with it themselves. By now they realize it feels good to rub against it.
nice idea but
It didn’t stick to anything. I ended up tying it to a post on their cat tree using some twine and they’re semi interested
Doesn’t stick well. Cat wasn’t interested. Cheaply made. Hard plastic instead of a flexible comb and edges are not 90° to fit the wall corners.
Couldn't make it work
I live in a old house with molding on almost every corner, which do not have sufficient wall space for the groomer to attach to. The clear space needed is only 1.5 " but none of the corners have that clearance. If the color was more discreet there was one corner that may have worked but I didn't want a bright royal blue plastic groomer in my living room.
As soon as I had it on the wall my kitty Purr-D was all over it! She couldn’t get enough.
My cat loves rubbing on things, so I got this. 3 years later I finally took it down haha never once went near it ! Oh well
Nice idea but
My cat has always loved my own rubber bristled brush so I thought I would get his own. However this is such a hard plastic that before I even put it on the corner I tried to lightly brush my cat and he was having no part of it. The bristles are VERY hard plastic. Its a no go for me.