By Aliza Seals. Cat Furniture. Published at Wednesday, July 11th, 2018 - 02:43:38 AM.
Cat furniture is a commodity that is known by many names. The most common include Cat Trees, Cat Condos, Kitty Condos, Cat Towers, Cat Climbers, Cat Scratchers and Cat Gyms. There are dozens more, but whatever term you use to describe cat furniture, the purpose is the same - to enable your cats to follow their instinctual desire to scratch without damaging your furniture, carpet, or other belongings, and also to give them a place of their own where they can exercise, play, and lounge.
The rocking-2-gether chair for cats with a strong constitution - We cat lovers like to share our relaxing moments with our feline friends. This clever rocking chair allows both human and cat to gently rock in unison on a relaxing Sunday afternoon. Just make sure it’s before her saucer of milk. All aboard the cat pipeline! - This pipeline cat walkway will provide the height and cover a cat cherishes. When you get that feeling someone is watching you, a quick glance at the pipes will likely reveal a pair of feline eyes. Just be sure to check for unpleasant blockages every now and then.
Given this, there is a need for pet owners to know what steps they can take to make their pets physically and emotionally healthy. For cat owners, one of the things they can do is to provide them with cat furniture that will make their cats more comfortable and help their cats remain healthy and well trained. There is a wide range of cat furniture that pet owners can choose from and it is readily available in pet stores and other sources like the Internet.
As a result, most cat furniture that offers faux fur also utilizes sisal rope as a covering. Generally, the vertical posts are wrapped with sisal rope, and the platforms and enclosures are covered with the acrylic fur. Sisal rope is made from the Agave Sisalana plant, which is native to the Yucatan area of Mexico. Cats seem naturally drawn to this material, and unlike the acrylic fur, sisal rope offers the resistance that cats need to tune their claws and stretch their muscles. Some cat furniture manufacturers that use carpet as a covering also offer sisal-wrapped posts, and in most (but not all) cases cats will scratch on the sisal instead of the carpet.
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