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Scratching post and pad replacements?

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    Of course these cat trees will not help me find new things for Daisy to scratch on. One reason I love cat trees is they give cats horizontal and vertical scratching surfaces at the same time.
    An inside cat is a safe cat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CatMom1994 View Post
    Of course these cat trees will not help me find new things for Daisy to scratch on. One reason I love cat trees is they give cats horizontal and vertical scratching surfaces at the same time.

    Yes, thats what I like too, although I do not have one.

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    You don't have a cat now either, right?
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    No, But I hope to have one soon.

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    Start a new thread when you are ready to begin your search.
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    Ok.

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    This swiss cheese scratcher is a top seller on Amazon. I prefer seagrass, but this one looks like it will not tip over. Daisy probably would have fun getting her toys out of its side holes too.

    https://smile.amazon.com/GoPets-Scra...6EPDJ2VWADAYA2
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    That looks like a cool one, but make sure it's good quality before you get it. (if you get it)

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    My main concern is how messy it will get.
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    Those type of cardboard scratchers always leave small pieces of cardboard all over the floor, you won't get away from a mess with that type of scratcher.

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    That is why I don't like them. It is not a problem on the Turbo Scratcher because they fall into the track. Is sisal messy?
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    Yes, sisal is messy, I don't like it at all and would never get another cat tree with that material, plain carpet is better in my opinion.

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    Carpet is my favorite too. It seems weird that there are no carpet cat scratchers except trees and the bases of vertical posts.
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    Whyv are you hijacking my thread to post this? Cat lamps obviuosly have nothing to do with things real cats scratch on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maksym Donchenko View Post
    Oh sorry for that, just wanted to ask your opinion
    You can start a new thread for that. Andc when you do, please post a picture so people know what this cat lamp is.
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