Cardboard Cat Box w/Corrugated Cat Scratcher, Blue, TTB-4
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 .
After much research and testing, we chose industrial strengthcorrugated filler for our boxes because it was what our cats liked thebest and held up to serious scratching. In addition, ourboxes are reversible. Flip them over for a fresh cleanscratching surface. You'll have this box for years not justmonths like the other boxes on the market which use ordinarycardboard. Our cat boxes average FIVE years in a single cat household,then putin a refill and your cat will enjoy it for many, many more years!
"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.DIY CAT BED / SCRATCHER PAD :: Corregated Cat Scratcher & Bed Tutorial :: Made from a box, a toilet paper roll, some fabric & glue. Click for the how-to & pics. | #catbed #diycatbed #diycatscratcherDIY CAT BED / SCRATCHER PAD :: Corregated Cat Scratcher & Bed Tutorial :: Made from a box, a toilet paper roll, some fabric & glue. Click for the how-to & pics. | #catbed #diycatbed #diycatscratcherAs disturbing as it sounds, I've been quite entertained by the antics of my cats in the litter tray, every single one has been different.
One of mine does exactly this, but he'll spend about 5 minutes after he's finished, trying to cover his mess, but only scratching at the wall or the edge of the litter box. I've always put it down to his stupidity.
So I don't know that you can do much about the issue really. I think it's just your cat, not the tray at all. You could always try not having it next to a wall?Well, its nearly impossible to train a cat not to scratch, but you can teach him what to scratch. I recommend having a few simple and inexpensive cardboard cat scratch boxes around your house. One of the best and most available is the Cosmic Cat Cardboard Scratch box. Cardboard has long been recommended as an economical scratcher that trains the cat away from rugs and furniture. Corrugated cardboard has the feel of nature for the cat. It has holes to allow the cat to sink his claws into the scratcher (instead of the furniture) to clean his claws. Since most people do not have corrugated cardboard lying around the house, it quickly becomes the scratching spot. What makes Cosmic Cat so different is that it comes with a bag of tastey cat nip that attracts the cat to the cardboard.How to Make a Cat Scratcher for FREE!! So far this is the best pin ever if you have cats. I used to buy cat scratchers at pet stores for $10 now I make my own. After watching this video I will never again buy cat scratchers. I made two of them out of diaper boxes and my two cats love them. I didn't even have to put any catnip to attract them to the home-made scratchers.This DIY cat scratchboard is very cost effective and safe for the environment as well. So if you have cats and you have cardboard boxes lying around the house, why not try making this scratchboard? It’s a great way to keep your furniture scratch-free, your cat busy and recycle cardboard boxes instead of throwing it."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.