|Cover Material||Plant Material, Sisal||Faux Leather||Synthetic Fabric, Plant Material, Sisal, Faux Fur, N/A||Plant Material, Sisal||Synthetic Fabric, Faux Fur|
|Furniture Features||Hanging Toys||Floor-to-Ceiling, Anchoring Kit Included||Modern, Hanging Toys||—||Condo, N/A|
|Furniture Frame Material||Plastic||Engineered Wood||Wood, Engineered Wood||Wood, Engineered Wood||Wood, Engineered Wood|
|Height Range||30 inches & under||70 inches & above||31 inches to 59 inches||31 inches to 59 inches||30 inches & under|
|Furniture Mount Type||Pressure Mounted||Pressure Mounted||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing|
|Toy Type||Tower, Window & Wall Scratchers||—||—||—||—|
|Breed Size||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||—|
|Number Of Condos||—||—||—||—||1 condo|
|Material||—||—||—||—||Natural Fabric, Synthetic Fabric, Faux Fur, Sisal|
I really wanted this to work, but it didn't fit anywhere. It is very unsteady. I put it under my desk and it lifted the top and my computer fell off. we tried the huge solid wood dining table and the scratcher toppled with the cat, he was embarrassed. It is flimsy. It slides on the top and the floor. It bends in the middle. It's a piece of junk. Great idea, but very poor execution. Will be returning.
I have bought this a couple of times, and all 6 cats LOVE it. The reason I've had to buy this a couple of times is because, like any other scratcher, it only gets so much use before it gets torn apart. They use it SO much that I have to replace it occasionally. I have MANY scratchers around the house, but this under the table one is their go-to. I have seen some reviews about it not fitting under anything. I'm not sure why that is because mine fits wonderfully, and I'm sure my table is a standard sized dining table. I highly recommend this scratcher.
Our cat scratches this every single time we are getting his food ready. He especially loves the fabric lower half. Helps prevent destructive behavior on the couch/chairs
I got this for my cat and wasn’t able to find somewhere to put this, even after extending it or shortening it wouldn’t comfortably fit anywhere. I got it to fit under a cabinet and tried to secure it but it wasn’t remotely sturdy enough and it kept popping off and scaring my cat mid scratch. I wouldn’t recommend this if your cat is bigger or an avid scratcher, it 100% will come undone.
This was attached under a table and was VERY TIGHT. The table top is very heavy and secure. Our 9 lb. Cat was able to knock it down while trying to scratch it no matter how tight it was. I threw it in the trash.
Didn't stay up well. Kept it because I needed something in my foster momma's cage but I don't think she uses it.
My cat Abby LOVES this scratch pad. I have it mounted under the dining room table. It is easy to mount, very sturdy and she visits it every morning before she heads out to play. The ‘carpet area’ is now very worn due to high use, so need another one, but it never falls and offers her a very steady place to scratch. She prefers that to any couches, etc because it is so sturdy and all her own.
My cats and I think this is a great idea. I put it under the game table. Nobody trips over it and it's stable unless I move it.
This broke within 3 minutes of attempting to adjust the desired height right out of the box. No tension is created, and the upper part just sinks back down. Tried to take it apart and put it back together to resolve the issue, and the cap of the bottom part popped off and got stuck inside. Yes, I read the directions, and no, I was not being rough with it.
This is the first scratching pole that my kittens actually use rather than my curtains and furniture. My only problem is the cost because I have a feeling it’s not going to last very long