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Go Pet Club 15-in IQ Busy Box Cat Scratching Post, Beige

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The Go Pet Club 15-in IQ Busy Box Cat Scratching Post is a great way to keep your feline friend’s mind sharp and active. This post is designed from compressed wood and finished with a faux-fur covering for ideal softness so your cat sit and relax if desired. Your best bud can scratch away at the reinforced sisal rope scratching surface, providing much-appreciated relief from claws on your furniture. The top box includes two removable balls that roll back and forth, encouraging your pet to swat and bat away through the built-in holes, making for a fun game that never gets old!

Key Benefits
  • This cat furniture was crafted from a compressed wood and finished with a soft faux-fur covering.
  • Features a scratching post made from reinforced sisal rope so your feline friend can spend less time clawing your furniture and carpet.
  • The top box includes 2 removable balls and built-in holes to allow for swatting and batting activity.
  • You can easily and quickly assemble this toy so it’s ready to go in no time at all.
  • A paw-sitive way to encourage mental stimulation.

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  • Item Number
    216902
  • Weight
    5.8 pounds
  • Frame Material
    Engineered Wood
  • Covering Material
    Faux Fleece, Sisal
  • Bed Type
    Elevated
Size
Section Height Width Length
FULLY ASSEMBLED 15.25 inches 13.3 inches 13.3 inches
IQ BOX SIZE 2.75 inches 10 inches 10 inches
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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Not busy for long!

    By Xenascully on Apr 16, 2020

    I got this to give my kitten something to do besides destroy my curtains, knock over my plants and annoy my older cat. He played with it for 5 minutes or so. I literally have to bring him to it and start batting the ball around to get him interested. If it kept him occupied longer I'd give it a better rating but he gets bored quickly which is a lot to say because I put a paper bag on the floor last week and he still plays with that.

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