Let your cat be an adventurer and search for the TREASURE inside this cardboard box! Size S of the TREASURE is a sturdy cat scratching post that takes up minimal space in your home.
Cats love cardboard boxes, why not make this experience more exciting? Let your cat be an adventurer and search for the TREASURE inside this cardboard box! Size S of the TREASURE is a sturdy cat scratching post that takes up minimal space in your home.
2-in-1 cat scratcher
A scratcher is an essential and necessary item for every cat. If you don’t want to see your own furniture getting damaged, a scratching post is the absolute answer! The TREASURE provides even two enticing scratching surfaces that cats can’t resist. These unique scratching posts can be used alongside any traditional cat scratcher or for areas where space is limited as the two scratching cardboards can be placed in one another.
High quality corrugated cardboard
Every cat owner knows that cats love cardboard, it always has a stunning effect on cats. The high quality corrugated cardboard of this TREASURE is used by cats to scratch for sharpening their claws and keep their nails in tip-top condition. We only use the finest corrugated cardboard which contains harmless glue and is free from odours.
Must-have for every trendy home
District 70 is a real treat for both you and your furry friend. Aside from pampering your cat with their new favourite district, you can update you interior at the same time. The TREASURE is a must-have for every trendy home, offering an ideal place to scratch for your cat without spoiling the look of your living room. It features a contemporary design which is available in two neutral colours to match every home decor.
- 2-in-1 trendy cat scratcher
- Perfect for use in areas where space is limited
- Made of corrugated cardboard
- Reversible feature makes the scratching life last longer than most others
- Available in two neutral colours: black & white
- Dimensions: 28 x 28 x 28 cm
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