Advantages Dexter loves it, great value for money, robust, fun
Disadvantages None Dexter loves it
I think by now, most people who read my reviews will know that I am a cat lover and have written reviews about toys and implements I have purchased for my pampered pussies. Now, with the addition of our fourth cat (yes another one) Dexter, who is now almost 9 months old it was time to splash out and but some new toys.
Over the years we have had an assortment of climbing posts and scratching posts which have come in all different shapes and sizes, some bigger than others and some a little more sturdy than others. Whatever you buy you need to take into consideration how old your cat is, how lively they are and how big they are because every cat I have had, has grown at a different pace. The reason I always have a cat scratching post is because Cats like to mark their territory and they can do this in many ways whether it is spaying certain areas or scratching, an action that they use to threaten other cats. Scratching for cats is a natural thing to do, they do it during play or when they stretch out, and more often than not, cats use scratching to get rid of their old nails so that new, sharper nails can arise.If cats have nowhere to scratch, then they can cause damage to your furniture, curtains, sofa, tables and anything else they can literally get their claws into, so if you want to keep your belongings scratch free, then you need to find a way preventing your cat from doing this and the best way I have found, is with a scratching post.
Dexter is the fastest growing kitten we have had and already he is as big as Asbo who is almost three years older. So, when deciding which scratching post to purchase for Dexter, I opted for one which I knew Asbo could also use and the reason I chose it is simply because I read the following:"Is your puss a bit of an adventurer? Loves to jump about and attack anything dangling? If yes, then the Rocky Cat Activity Centre has been designed with your furry friend in mind! With three levels, four sisal covered posts and two dangling toys, this activity centre will keep your cat occupied for hours, and when it all gets too much, there is a great hidey hole for a well earned rest'.
This product is called 'The Rocky Cat Activity Centre', quite an apt name for a very active kitten, and I bought it from Petplanet during a sale for £19.
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