Petlinks Cat Toys & Scratchers
Duncan was very interested in the cardboard toys. He lost interest quickly but Katy continued to play with her toys and scratch pad for a while.
Place scratchers near your cat's food bowl, favorite resting spots and frequent scratching targets to help deter inappropriate scratching on furnishings, drapes and rugs.
Regularly adding catnip to the corrugate attracts your cat to scratch and maintains your cat's interest over time.
We recycle post-consumer and post-industrial cardboard to make our
high-quality corrugated scratchers.
Consumers love that these scratchers help save their furniture,
keep cardboard out of landfills and are 100% recyclable.
(and on the side)toy from Petlinks but unfortunately Molly our mini dachshund didn't think they deserved it.... the eyes lite up and I guess that was Molly's sign to destroy. She got ahold of this small toy and within minutes it was dead. Poor cats had no chance of playing with it.
Molly and Maddie both dachshunds have ate ALL the cardboard toys that the Petlinks Scratching Pad came with.
Poor cats never get to
have any fun.