TELLY - Retro Design Cat Scratcher - 39 x 27 x 37 cm

District 70 TELLY - Retro Design Cat Scratcher - 39 x 27 x 37 cm

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€ 59,95

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Cat scratcher TELLY is inspired by the shape of an old retro television. Your cat will be able to scratch both the inside and outside of the TELLY, get on the roof to take a quick nap or sleep inside when they actually prefer to hide.

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Product description

Anyone who has a cat at home knows that a cat scratcher is a real must-have. Not every cat will scratch its nails as much, but that they do is one thing for sure. You probably don’t want your cat to scratch on your brand new chair, sofa or carpet, that’s why this funny cat scratcher TELLY offers the perfect solution!

Unique and eye-catching design

If you are looking for something distinctive which will give you and your friends a good laugh as well as your cat endless playtime, the TELLY will be the absolute answer! This funny cat scratcher – made in the shape of a tree trunk – creates a perfect hideaway with one entrance. Your cat will be able to scratch both the inside and outside of the TELLY, get on top to take a quick nap or sleep inside when they actually prefer to hide.

Why is cardboard so attractive for cats?

Any item that incorporates a corrugated cardboard pattern always has a stunning effect. The corrugated cardboard is used by cats to scratch in order to sharpen their claws and to give themselves a good stretch. The eco-friendly cat scratcher TELLY keeps your cat away from your own furniture and its claws groomed all year long.

Reasons to love:

  • Funny cat scratcher in the shape of a television
  • Made of durable and high quality corrugated cardboard
  • Stylish alternative to the traditional cat scratcher
  • Becomes an eye-catcher in every modern interior
  • Dimension: 40 x 40 x 30 cm

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