Omega Paw Lean-It Anywhere Cat Scratch Post
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About This Item
- A scratching post is a great way to help avoid furniture scratches from your furry family member.
- Available in both regular and extra wide sizes for cats and kitten of all different sizes.
- It can be leaned against any wall or flat on the ground and works with any surface, like carpet, vinyl, or hardwood!
- Treated with catnip to entice your loved one to scratch the quality carpet as opposed to your furniture.
- Made with 75% post consumer and diverted materials!
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205 Customer Reviews
Picky cat approved
This was an impulse purchase, but SO glad that I got it. My cat is too big to have it propped up against the wall, but he loves it just laying flat on the floor. He sits with his arms propped up on it and scratches like that! Perfect for a lazy boy! After a few days of having it, I found about 4-5 of his claws that shedded off around the apartment - it works!
We have these scratching posts all over our house for our 7 cats and the cats use them daily! You can stand them up or lay them down, in the corner or along the edge of the room.....very versatile and long lasting and inexpensive! We love them and so do our cats!
doesn’t stay up
I was excited to find a scratcher that could be used in different rooms depending on where I needed it, but it doesn’t work at all. It falls over or slides down the wall even when the cat hasn’t used it. It’s just too flimsy to be used upright.
My cat loves this scratcher. I lay it flat on the carpet though. It doesn't work well propped up on the wall. It lasts a while before needing to replace it (this one replaced the old one that I had for a long time). I actually laid it in front of the couch where he scratched it to pieces. Now he scratches the scratcher instead of the couch. I definitely recommend, especially if your cat likes to scratch carpeted things. One of my cats prefers to scratch carpeted things. The other cat will scratch anything!
My cat's love them. I had an old one they wore out.
I thought this would be a perfect scratching post because it can be versatile, but it only worked for a day or two. I would need to spray on some catnip for it to be interesting to use. Other than that, my cats have ignored this as a scratching post.
Snowflake the cat says meh.
It's well made and durable. The cat didn't like it as much as I had hoped. She still prefers the carpet and recliner.
Great scratching broad
Both my cats love either one is using it or the other. I love it because I don’t have to put catnip on it for them to use it. Best scratching post I bought.
Wobbly but still effective
I wouldn't say "lean it anywhere" at least not with my ten-pound cat who immediately knocked the first over, though the other is still standing it makes me think she might not have used it, though I hope she has because we're trying to discourage furniture scratching and the two sound the same. She still uses the first one though and has switched from the furniture near that, though it now stays flat on the floor. So it works but not great, maybe better for smaller cats like kittens.
Both of my kitties like to sit and scratch on this post when it’s flat on the floor. I like it because it doesn’t shed debris like some of their cardboard scratchers which they also like.