Published at Friday, January 26th, 2018 - 08:18:53 AM. . By Kenzie Singletary.
First, you will need to find a good location for the new scratch post to be put. Keep in mind, if you want the post to be used by your cat, it will need to be accessible at all times. If you have already established a favorite location for your cat to scratch, try to put the new post as close to this spot as possible. Close to a common sleeping area for the cat is ideal.
Drill two pilot holes for the screws in the locations you’ve marked. Trim some lengths of the double sided tape and run them along the outer edge of your plywood base. And run some additional lengths from the corners in towards the center. If you use a carpet remnant, you’ll want to wrap it around the base like you’re stretching a canvas and use the staple gun to attach the carpet to the underside of the base.
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