Add A Cat Scratching Post To Your Desk

If you like to have furniture serve double duty and don’t like commercial cat scratch posts or towers consider wrapping a table or desk leg with a thick natural rope to create a built-in scratching post.

The weblog for Cat Behaviorist and star of Animal Planet’s My Cat From Hell Jackson Galaxy suggests that wrapping one leg of a table or desk using a sisal or hemp rope will give your encourage your cat to scratch on the rope as the texture is more satisfying for the cat than the wooden legs.

Be sure to check out our previous post on keeping your cats from destroying your furniture for other tips on how to channel feline scratching tendencies away from your chair legs and couches.

Catification: Creative Table Leg Cat Scratcher [Jackson Galaxy via Root Simple]

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