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Frisco 33.5-in Sisal Cat Scratching Post

Frisco 33.5-in Sisal Cat Scratching Post

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    5 cats approve

    By 5cats on Nov 22, 2020

    I bought two of these about ten weeks ago. They were very easy to assemble, just two bolts on either end to secure the base and top to the post. I waited to review to see if any problems came up immediately. So far so good, and all five of my cats love them. I just sprayed a little catnip mist on them I bought two of these about ten weeks ago. They were very easy to assemble, just two bolts on either end to secure the base and top to the post. I waited to review to see if any problems came up immediately. So far so good, and all five of my cats love them. I just sprayed a little catnip mist on them when I put them together, and that was all it took. They use them every day, several times and they are as good as new. The base is completely stable - and my cats all like to sit on the top. I’ve even seen one sitting on top, like he’s playing king of the hill, while another climbs the post trying to take him down. It stays stable throughout, and my cats are big boys. I’m so much happier now without the shreds the other scratchers leave behind, and the cats don’t scratch the furniture any more. I highly recommend this scratching post. … more

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    So-So, depending on your cat

    By Suzy on Sep 16, 2020

    Depending on your cat's preferences, this may work out great. It's tall and relatively sturdy. Unfortunately, my cat ignores the post and ONLY scratches on the base at the bottom. The fur (or whatever material it is) probably wasn't intended to be the main focus of the scratching, and started to come Depending on your cat's preferences, this may work out great. It's tall and relatively sturdy. Unfortunately, my cat ignores the post and ONLY scratches on the base at the bottom. The fur (or whatever material it is) probably wasn't intended to be the main focus of the scratching, and started to come off after only a few months. Since then, bits of it get scattered around the floor and even occasionally get stuck on her claws. Not exactly ideal. So, if your cat digs the post, it'll probably work out great for you. If your cat is like mine and decides to be a scratching rebel, maybe not so much. … more

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