Help save your furniture and satisfy your cat’s scratching instincts with Petlinks Claws Up Hanging Cat Scratcher! Feline friends scratch for a variety of reasons like to stretch, tone muscles, mark territory, sharpen nails and alleviate stress. This hanging mat is crafted with a real sisal surface and is finished with a jute hanger and a feather and ribbon toy. And for even more excitement, every purchase comes with a three gram bag of Pure Bliss Organic Catnip that’s completely free of chemicals and preservatives. While some kitties respond to catnip more than others, it typically ignites a burst of energy that’s followed by a period of “purr” relaxation.
You can hang it on a door knob or lay it on the floor.
The satisfying scratching surface is made of real sisal— a quick-growing natural material.
Comes with a 3-gram bag of Pure Bliss Organic Catnip.
Saves your furniture by giving your feline a place to satisfy her natural scratching instincts.
Scratching helps her tone, stretch, sharpen nails and mark her territory.
We originally got this for our barn kittens to play with while they recovered indoors from their spaying and neutering. After we let the kittens back out, Lo and behold the kittens 2 year old feral Momma decided she loved to play with this toy too. In the 2 years she decided we were her people she never played close to the house until we got this toy! Fully recommend this toy for outside and indoor cats.
Nice hanging scratcher
on Feb 19, 2021
We put this scratcher on the pantry door where we keep our cat’s food to encourage her to scratch at something other than the wooden doorframe. So far it seems to be working! She enjoys scratching and hanging on it, and seems to use it instead of the door itself. Yay!
Cat hasn’t touched it
on Feb 13, 2021
I wanted my kitty to like and use this so bad, but he is very unenthusiastic towards this scratcher. I’ve tried spraying it with a catnip spray and also putting dry catnip on it... Nothing! I will say, that it’s nicely made though.... if only my kitty actually liked scratching it
on Feb 20, 2021
It's okay. She still prefers my furniture. It is as described. I think the toy at the top needs to be more exciting. I have tried tucking other toys behind it that dangle down in front and she likes it better that way.
on Jan 19, 2021
This seemed like a great idea, but firstly it was ripped when it arrived and secondly my cat does not have much interest and she just sniffs at it but wont' scratch.
on Mar 7, 2021
Our Nightfury loves it: scratches it, rolls on it, tackles it.
Cat will not use
on Dec 2, 2020
I've had this hanging up for over a month. Tried catnip. Tried different spots. The cat could care less.
Cats not interested
on Aug 22, 2020
When I first go this, my cats were intrigued by the feather, but that quickly wore off. One liked to chew on the handle. But they have never really used the scratcher - it moves around too much. Now it just hangs on the wall. They might use it if I attached it to something sturdy, but I am not sure.
The 3 Girls Turned Up Their Noses
on Jul 5, 2020
Nope. It hangs there completely untouched, even though I put some better catnip on it and rubbed it in, too. Oh well ... at least it didn't cost much. (Wouldn't have been worth it to send back - will make a gift of it to other family felines who might like it). Maybe my Mom's 2 boys will appreciate it. I'm sure my Mom-in-law's fat cat won't bother with it, though. Sheesh! I can barely get Mr. Fats to lift a paw to chase the laser light and most cats LOVE chasing that little red dot. LOL! But Mom's cats are a healthy weight and they're very young, too. I'll have to let you know if Britches and Marley like it. Seemed like a practical toy to get my girls to stop destroying my furniture. Sigh...Nope. It hangs there completely untouched, even though I put some better catnip on it and rubbed it in, too. Oh well ... at least it didn't cost much. (Wouldn't have been worth it to send back - will make a gift of it to other family felines who might like it). Maybe my Mom's 2 boys will appreciate it. I'm sure my Mom-in-law's fat cat won't bother with it, though. Sheesh! I can barely get Mr. Fats to lift a paw to chase the laser light and most cats LOVE chasing that little red dot. LOL! But Mom's cats are a healthy weight and they're very young, too. I'll have to let you know if Britches and Marley like it. Seemed like a practical toy to get my girls to stop destroying my furniture. Sigh..... Cats are very much creatures of habit, it seems. I have a bit more luck putting catnip on their cardboard scratch pads. Hmm - cats seem to appreciate free things to play with far more than any store bought toys, like carboard boxes, paper bags and balls of foil to bat around. Crinkly wrappers, also. (Under supervision, of course. Don't need any major vet bills from a cat who decided to devour a plastic prey item, for SURE)! Oh and you're likely to entertain them more with a simple milk cap to bat across a slippery floor, than any fancy ball you could buy for them. Of course, those tend to end up underneath your stove and refrigerator. Oh well, thanks for listening. May you be blessed with happy fur babies! Happy 4th of July weekend! Stay safe & well, everybody!
Deb from Uncasville, CT… more
Hanging cat scratcher
on Nov 5, 2020
My kitties love this cat scratcher. I have several that I have hanging around my home.