|Cover Material||Plant Material, Sisal||Plant Material, Sisal||Plush||—||Plant Material, Sisal|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood, Engineered Wood||Wood, Engineered Wood||Solid Wood||Plastic||Cardboard|
|Height Range||30 inches & under||30 inches & under||31 inches to 59 inches||30 inches & under||30 inches & under|
|Tools Included||No||No||Yes||No Tools Required||No Tools Required|
|Furniture Mount Type||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing|
|Breed Size||—||—||All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—|
Well made and sturdy. Some of my cats use it, others move to the next spot on the sofa; I put 2-sided tape there. But scratching post surface is a highly individual thing for a cat, just like a human’s preference in bedsheets or toilet tissue. It’s up to us (the ones with opposable thumbs and credit cards) to give the kitties the things they can use. Rough or smooth, slanted or flat. You get the idea. If your cat likes a rough vertical post, they’ll probably enjoy this one.
This is the best cat scratcher purchase I have ever made. It's a bit pricey, but its a lot cheaper than having to replace or reupholster the couch. The cats love it and are actually using it. It was very easy to assemble. I'm so glad I found this. This is definitely a thumbs up purchase.
So glad I got this for my new kitten. He immediately began using this rather than the couch. Easy to put together. The holes do not need drilling (the holes are there where the red dots are), but I did use a drill with a phillips head screwdriver bit on it just to assemble it so I didn't need to use as much muscle to screw the screws down - not necessary, but that's just how I did it to make my life easier. Then just set the leg of the couch on it, and push it up against the corner and voila, a perfect well anchored down scratcher for my kitty. The color blends in so nicely with my couch that I don't even notice it's there.
I bought 2 of these to put at the corners of my bed to keep my cats from shredding my mattress & quilt. They don't stay upright on the carpet--I even put heavy weights on them to keep them up. I guess I'll try to find another use for them.
Recently bought a new sofa and was looking for alternatives to those sticky strips that you use. These are perfect the only negative thing I could say is that they are a bit pricey but worth it to protect new sofa
This is a very well-built easy to assemble scratcher. No drill and no holes needed. To those of you complaining that the holes are not drilled - they don't have to be. That is why the dots are there. Just align the holes in the plexiglass shield to the red dots. Then, using a regular Phillips screwdriver, place the screws. It took me about 3 minutes. Super easy. Also, you need to place the base under your furniture. That is what holds it in place. It is not meant to be a freestanding scratcher. My cats were scratching my sectional where 2 pieces come together. They really like that one spot for some reason. They took to the scratcher right away!! This will save my couch. I may purchase a couple more.
Having 2 cats, it's been difficult to keep them from scratching furniture. When I determined which place(s) they were scratching more often, it was a no brainer other than to place the scratcher on the end/edge of my sofa. They love it!
This thing has been sold out for forever and I finally bought it. Came in 1 day, however there are no pre drilled holes as it says it has and I do not have a drill
This is great in our living room space to protect our couch! It stays in place, the girls like it and it blends in well. Plus it's durable!
Does exactly what we needed it to do