Cardboard Cat Scratching Post Double Wide


"Catscraper" | DIY cat scratching post / scratcher made from recycled cardboard I am so doing this after we move (again). I will have plenty of boxes, lol.
"Catscraper" | DIY cat scratching post / scratcher made from recycled cardboard
Cement and cardboard. It doesn’t get any more Moderncat than that! This is the brand new Skiitch modern cat scratching post from the designers at Kassen, and I’m completely in love. Designed in the style of Brutalist architecture, Skiitch is made with roughly angled heavy-duty corrugated cardboard mounted on a sturdy cement base. Measuring 32 [...] How to make a cardboard scratching post for your cat!"Catscraper" | DIY cat scratching post / scratcher made from recycled cardboard"Catscraper" | DIY cat scratching post / scratcher made from recycled cardboard
"Catscraper" | DIY cat scratching post / scratcher made from recycled cardboard I am so doing this after we move (again). I will have plenty of boxes, lol."Catscraper" | DIY cat scratching post / scratcher made from recycled cardboard I am so doing this after we move (again). I will have plenty of boxes, lol."Catscraper" | DIY cat scratching post / scratcher made from recycled cardboard I am so doing this after we move (again). I will have plenty of boxes, lol.A cool contemporary scratching post for cats. It has a square white-finished wooden base. A showy stepped toe-kick and a quite tall square post are made of cardboard and wood wrapped with a sisal rope in brownish tones."Catscraper" | DIY cat scratching post / scratcher made from recycled cardboard I am so doing this after we move (again). I will have plenty of boxes, lol.Once you've got your boxes, all you need to do is carefully cut them to be the same width, then wind the strips around each other. With a little masking tape to hold it all together—and a dash of catnip if you have it handy—your cat will be shredding the cardboard instead your favorite chair (hopefully). If you already have the scratching post side of things taken care of, you could always build a or go all out and .The post author, like many cat owners, noticed after a few purchases that store-bought scratch pads are little more than stacked corrugated cardboard, flipped sideways for clawing. Since most of us probably have a few thick-sided cardboard boxes to spare, or can easily acquire a few, there's hardly any effort to making a cheaper subsitute.It is wise to give your cat or kitten an extra scratching surface, such as a corrugated cardboard floor mat or two. It is also a good idea to place a scratching post on each floor of your house or in more than one spot if your house has several rooms.Some cats prefer vertical surfaces and some prefer horizontal surfaces. A good bet is to buy an inexpensive flat corrugated cardboard scratcher, available almost anywhere, and have it available (as well as a cat post).I never thought of cardboard as a cat scratching post material until I purchased an elaborate cat tree that used it in one of its elements. Three of my cats ignored it, but the fourth absolutely loves it and has ripped several cardboard scratchers to shreds. Unlike carpeting, which usually requires you to replace the whole post when it gets destroyed, you can simply buy a refill for most cardboard scratchers. This replacement ability is useful since cardboard doesn't last as long as other