The surface of the ROCKING is made of corrugated cardboard which is ideal for sharpening claws. The curved surface allows a more comfortable posture to scratch and stretch.
Nothing is better than this ROCKING for your furry friend to enjoy some sleeping time as well as lots of opportunities to play. The ROCKING serves as the ideal place for scratching, cat naps and an adventurous climb. The surface of the ROCKING is made of corrugated cardboard which is ideal for sharpening claws. The curved surface allows a more comfortable posture to scratch and stretch.
Cats & cardboard
Every cat owner knows that cats love cardboard. The versatile material offers our furry friends many happy moments, from scratching and lounging to hiding and playing. We only use the finest recycled corrugated cardboard which contains harmless glue and is free from odours.
Why do cats love cardboard?
Cardboard is a perfect scratching surface because it just has the right texture. 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 scratching furniture of District 70 helps your cat to keep its claws in tip-top condition with the right object.
Modern and minimalistic design
We create something that truly caters to the needs of both stylish cat owners and their beloved cats. The ROCKING adds comfort for your cat as well as being eye-catching and elegant for your interior. With a unique curved design constructed from extra-thick corrugated cardboard, this bed doubles a scratching and lounging spot. The ROCKING is designed to fit any stylish home – not that your pet cares about that as they laze the day away dreaming of their next adventure.
- Unique 2-in-1 cat scratcher and lounger
- Made of corrugated cardboard which can be recycled
- Designed to contour a cat’s ability to flex and stretch
- Modern minimal design blends nicely with most home interiors
- Dimension: 50 x 40 x 26 cm
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