Published at Saturday, July 14th, 2018 - 05:32:19 AM. . By Eve Woodall.
Cats also scratch to leave their scent via their paw pads. One problem with most traditional scratching posts is they are not tall enough for the cat to really stretch up while scratching; and even if they are tall enough, the cat would likely pull it over on itself if it tried. Anyone who owns cats knows how much they like to stretch their muscles. Cat climbing trees not only address these issues, but also typically combine textures, such as carpet, sisal, burlap and sometimes unfinished wood. This allows the cat to choose what type of surface it wants to work on.
When choosing a cat climbing tree, make sure the base is wide and heavy enough to prevent tipping when the cat is bouncing around at the top. One way to test this is reach to the top (if you can) and see how hard it is to pull out of vertical. Obviously, you do not want to be standing on the base when you do this. If it moves easily, this is not a tree you want.
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