By Cheyenne Schmitt. Cat Furniture. Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 04:11:27 AM.
Look what the log brought in! - It would be a mistake to chuck this log on the fire. This comfortable log bed is a forest-inspired treat for your adventurous little hunter. With its natural appearance it can blend in well with a rustic cabin décor scheme. Cat punch bag in the shape of the neighbor’s dog - This dog-shaped sisal cat scratcher is the feline version of the boxer’s punching bag. It’s a great way to burn some energy whilst attacking a representation of the cat’s stereotypical archenemy.
Kitt-in Box perch for cats with internet addiction - Tired of your cat reclining on your keyboard? This home office desk perch is perfect for work-at-home cat lovers who like their whiskered friends to be close, but not too close. The radiator bed for cats who hate the winter - It’s amazing the amount of heat cats can comfortably withstand. With the cold weather settling in for the winter, this cat radiator bed will make a wonderfully snug and secure sleeping place for your feline companions.
Curveynest cat tree for mountaineering felines - Cats love to climb and to find little platforms on which to observe their environment. This Curveynest cat tree mimics the structures they’d find in the natural world. They’ll still climb up the bookcase, but maybe not so often. Soaking up the sun’s rays in style - When the sun is out, you can be sure to find your cat near the window soaking up the warmth of the sunshine. This window cat bed with industrial-strength suction cups will be your feline’s second favorite bed–after the one attached to the radiator.
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.
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