Published by: Ingrid King. Last Updated on: February 7, 2023 by Crystal Uys
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When it comes to scratching posts and scratchers, not all are created equal. While they may all accomplish the same thing, giving your cat an opportunity to scratch, cheaper scratchers tend to not last as long or aren’t sturdy enough to withstand vigorous scratching without moving around or tipping over. PetFusion’s Ultimate Cat Scratcher Lounge has been around for several years, and is one of the best scratch loungers on the market.
Ultimate Scratcher Lounge features
Made of recycled cardboard, with non-toxic corn starch glue, this scratcher is functional and beautiful. Generously sized at 34 x 10.5 x 10.5 inches, the scratcher is reversible, doubling its lifetime.
The quality cardboard construction will not only enhance your cat’s scratching experience, it means the scratcher will last longer and you’ll have fewer cardboard flakes all over your floors.
The scratcher comes with a 6 month warranty for any manufacturing defect or if you are not completely satisfied.
In addition to the brown color shown at the top of the post, the Ultimate Scratcher Lounge also comes in white and a gorgeous grey. The white one is on Allegra and Ruby’s wish list!
Beware of cheap “copycats”
Unfortunately, this quality scratcher has been copied by other cheap brands, and while the copies may look similar, they’re nowhere near the same premium quality as the real thing.
The PetFusion Ultimate Cat Scratcher Lounge is available from Amazon.
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About the author
Ingrid King is an award-winning author, former veterinary hospital manager, and veterinary journalist who is passionate about cats.