Not everyone is a fan of a large scratching post in the room but for the cat's well-being it is important that they can sharpen their nails. This stylish sisal scratch board offers the perfect solution!
Stylish sisal scratch board SPACE
Not everyone is a fan of a large scratching post in the room, but for the cat's well-being it is important that they can sharpen their nails or have a nice stretch. If there is a lack of space in the (living) room, a scratching board for cats is the perfect solution!
Minimalist and oval scratching board
Sisal is a strong material that cats are more than happy to set their nails in. The black line and wooden edge around the sisal give the scratching board a nice and warm detail. Fits perfectly in a Scandinavian or Japandi interior, for example! The two colours natural and black offer a stylish solution for every interior style.
Prevents scratching in unwanted areas
Cats scratch in places where they feel most comfortable and can unwind, to mark their territory. This is often in the living room near a sofa or chair, but a damaged sofa is obviously not a pretty sight in the living room! By installing the stylish sisal scratching board for cats, the room gets a new eye-catcher and the sofa or chair remains unharmed.
Multifunctional scratching board
The stylish sisal scratching board SPACE can be attached to the wall or placed on the floor, which allows you to choose the ideal height or location. The anti-slip rubbers on the back keep the board in place both on the wall and on the floor. Screws and anti-slip rubbers are included for fixing it to the wall.
Reasons to love
- Stylish sisal scratch board for on the wall or floor
- Ideal alternative to a large scratching post
- Made of wood and sisal
- Including wall mounting material at the back
- Anti-slip rubbers on the back
- Scratching board ideal for smaller spaces
- Available in two colours: natural and black
- Dimensions: 74 x 28 x 1,5 cm
- Designed in the Netherlands
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