By Romane Wisniewski. Cat Furniture. Published at Tuesday, June 26th, 2018 - 01:24:07 AM.
Peek-a-boo play circuit for killers in training - Training your cat to be the neighborhood’s top mouse killer has never been easier thanks to this wonderful Peek-a-boo Play Circuit. It encourages your cat to swat and chase a swirl patterned ball. It’s the cat’s version of a pinball machine. Arty-farty cats only need apply! - Only cool cats who can paint watercolors with their paws are allowed to live in a home like this. The walkways have color, style, structure, and even a tunnel, which makes it appealing to cats and humans alike.
Why Do Cats Scratch? In order to be completely informed when buying cat furniture, it's helpful to understand why it is that cats scratch in the first place. The primary reason for cats scratching furniture, carpets, woodwork, or other objects is to mark their territory for other cats (this is instinctual, so they will do this even if they are the only cat in the house). Additionally, the scratching helps remove the dead cells from the claw sheaths, and stretches their muscles and ligaments.
However, with today's technology, engineers have developed an acrylic material specifically for use in the cat furniture industry. This material, commonly referred to as fake or faux fur, has become increasingly popular. The main reason for this popularity is the fact that it does not contain loops, so it doesn't shred like carpet does, and therefore tends to last longer than carpet. The drawback is that since it doesn't offer the resistance that carpet does when they scratch it, cats don't like it for scratching as much as they like carpeting.
Cat Furniture Coverings : In the past, most cat furniture was covered with carpet. This was a good choice, because it looks good, and it offers a material that cats obviously like to scratch. Some of the cat furniture manufactured today, especially hand-made models, still use carpet. Most carpeting today contains fabric loops. Unfortunately, after thousands of scratches, cat claws can cut through these loops, resulting in unsightly and messy shredding. You've probably seen this yourself.
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