By Violet Grogan. Cat Furniture. Published at Monday, May 21st, 2018 - 20:14:19 PM.
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.
Catnip or carrots? Dining table for humans and cats - Drive your cat delirious with its very own indoor catnip garden. This planter table features a transparent acrylic planter set within a wooden framework. If you don’t want to give your cat all the fun, you can grow some herbs as well. CATable: The "where’s my lunch gone?" table - You know those moments when your cat cheekily grabs your food when you’re eating? Well, this CATable will make it a whole lot easier for little Bella. It looks great and your cat will be certain to love it, especially when she can launch herself out of the holes and grab your lunch.
For proper physical and emotional challenge, we would also recommend an assortment of toys to help your cat stay fit and active. And, please remember that indoor cats need playtime with their owners every day, which stimulates them socially and helps thwart boredom and troubling behaviors. Cat Furniture - an Easy Solution Simply stated, cat furniture addresses the instinctual needs of cats.
As a result, most cat furniture that offers faux fur also utilizes sisal rope as a covering. Generally, the vertical posts are wrapped with sisal rope, and the platforms and enclosures are covered with the acrylic fur. Sisal rope is made from the Agave Sisalana plant, which is native to the Yucatan area of Mexico. Cats seem naturally drawn to this material, and unlike the acrylic fur, sisal rope offers the resistance that cats need to tune their claws and stretch their muscles. Some cat furniture manufacturers that use carpet as a covering also offer sisal-wrapped posts, and in most (but not all) cases cats will scratch on the sisal instead of the carpet.
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