Published at Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 - 11:19:33 AM. . By Paityn Jolly.
There are almost innumerable shapes, colors, styles, height and additions. They may have built in swinging platforms, hanging ropes or other toys, stairs, tunnels and the number of 'trunks' and 'limbs' can vary widely. Obviously, the more cats you have the more places on your tree you will want. (Or you may opt for multiple trees.) Colors can be chosen to offset or compliment your color scheme; and shapes can even include looking like an actual tree or the castle at Camelot.
Cats love to scratch. This is a well-known fact amongst cat owners and can be a source of headache for people who are tired of having their living room furniture destroyed. But why do cats scratch and what can be done about it? Scratching is a natural and instinctive behavior for cats and it serves several purposes. First, it helps to keep the claws in good condition as it helps to remove the dead, outer layer of the claw - think of it like exfoliation for cats. Also, by digging its claws into something, this enables a cat to fully stretch it muscles (which is, apparently, very important after a long, hard day of lying around doing nothing!).
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