Store bought cat scratching posts suck. See how to make your own that will honestly last you years and save you money!
Cat bed ideas
Cats need to scratch to groom their claws. Some do it just for fun or to ruin your furniture. This wall-mount scratching post or panel was made to
Glue a carpet sample to a wooden frame for a minimalist cat scratch post. | 26 Hacks That Will Make Any Cat Owner's Life Easier
The Catframe combines a contemporary wood cat tree, sisal rope scratching posts, cubby holes, soft pads for kneading and sleeping, and last but certainly not least – storage for all kitties toys and treats. - #Cats
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Cat Diy projects
Sisal Cat Tree by CatastrophiCreations on Etsy: looks like it's built on plumbing parts.
#13. Make a self scratcher for your furry friend
Projects to Try
Here are a few tips for introducing your cat to her new scratching post and training her to use it.
7 IKEA Hacks Your Cats Will Love | Apartment Therapy
If you're short on space, make yourself a hanging cat scratcher that easily attaches to your walls or around your doorknobs without getting in the way. More