Kokoba Medium Cat Scratching Tree - Royal
This medium-sized cat tree is great fun for your feline. With different levels and more than one scratching post, they can relax, play and scratch to their heart's content.
How it works
Your cat loves to watch over their territory from high places, and this medium-sized cat tree allows them to do just that. The multiple levels give your pet more than one place to relax too.
A medium cat tree like this one provides a safe, comfortable space for your cat to call their own, which is important as scratching is also done to mark territory and leave a scent behind.
The sisal scratching posts are hard-wearing and can take even the most enthusiastic clawing and scratching. It's also very satisfying for your cat to stretch on while scratching.
- multiple levels and places to sleep
- helps your cat relax
- multiple, tough sisal scratching posts
- encourages play
- solid base.
When to use it
Healthy scratching behaviour means a happy cat, so providing your pet with somewhere they can sleep, play and scratch is ideal.
Cats are very territorial, so your kitty is likely to feel most at ease in a regular scratching spot – a portable cat tree can be placed in their favourite place. It also helps to keep your pet away from your delicate furniture. Scratching helps promote good muscle strength and mental well-being, while placing several scratching posts around the home can keep your cat occupied when they're alone.
Sometimes, excessive scratching can be a sign of stress. If your cat is also eating more than usual or is being noticeably more vocal, be sure to seek advice from your vet.
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Good qualityThis is a very good quality cat scratcher for the price. Was expecting it to be a bit flimsy but it wasn’t. Was easy to put together & the cats love it. Only given 4 stars as the only downside is that none of my cats can get into the top bed as it’s quite wide & positioned in the centre. Obviously not all cats would have that problem but none of my 4 cats have managed it & had the post for a while now. Overall though it’s definitely worth the money.