Which scratching post should you choose for your tiny tiger?
Why a scratching post?
A scratching pole
A scratching post
A scratcher with several scratching poles, which makes it extra stable. This type of scratching post also often has one or more platforms on which your cat can lie down for a rest.
A scratching barrel
How tall should the scratching post be?
Sturdiness of the scratching post
Help, my cat doesn’t use the scratching post!
- Cover your scratching post with catnip or a stimulating spray. Cats love catnip and the smell will undoubtedly attract your tiny tiger.
- Change the location of your scratchers. This can work wonders!
- Does your cat scratch your furniture but not the scratching post? Correct it by putting it near the scratching post when you see it scratching your furniture. You can also make your furniture less ‘scratch-worthy’ by (temporarily) wrapping it in plastic or aluminium foil.
- Reward your cat with a tasty Flamingo snack when it uses the scratching post. Yes, cats can be trained too!
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