To prevent cat scratches furniture, it is always suggested to give them something to scratch to help them remove the dead outer sheath of their claws. Hence, a scratching post is something necessary and useful. Since it is so essential for a home has cats, owners intent to buy those multi-functional cat furniture which has everything together – cat tree, cat bed and cat scratcher. However, other industrial designers see it differently, they think the scratching posts should not only be designed to be fun for cats but also offer fun for humans who watch cats scratching. The result is we have 6 Unique and Playful Cat Scratching Posts which allow cat to be a DJ, a laptop user, a revenger or a art destroyer when they try to scratch their claws.
Although there is a saying that cat never like to sleep in the bed you purchased for them, you can’t stop the enthusiasm that industrial designer design them and cat owner buy them for their beloved cat. Like the etsy shop elevele, who made below cat bed / cave out of wool and designed them more like contemporary home decor pieces than pet accessories. Especially the leave looking cave, probably they look like anything but a cat bed for you when you first see it. Not quite sure how comfortable cat find those beds are. They seem pretty happy by looking at the photos.
The price for a cat bed / cave varies from $75 to $115 depends on the design. If you haven’t given up buying a perfect bed for your cat, maybe head over to the shop and take a look at those.
Cats love empty cardboard boxes. Whenever there is a cardboard box around, they will go there for sleeping, playing and scratching. It sounds like cat owner just need to prepare a cardboard box instead buying those fancy gears for their beloved cat. But if there are any choices, owner just want to give something look nicer to their room and still get appreciation from their cat. Under that knowing, a team of Amsterdam-based creatives has come up with seven designs that mimic iconic structures found around the world, which includes the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal, and The White House. They’re made from recycled cardboard and are double-layered for extra durability. The ‘landmark’ series is currently seeking funding on kickstarter, if you think your cats might love them, head over the page to show some support.
Do you ever notice your cat is quite interested in your laptop, especially on the keyboard where your hands are always working on. The only solution to the problem is to either trade-up to a dog, or buy your cat a laptop of its own made from scratch-ready cardboard. Made by SUCK UK, this creative cardboard laptop is designed especially for your feline friend. This model comes pre-adorned with stickers, a high-res display you can swap out with your own photos, and, of course, a tethered mouse. In lieu of keys there’s an exposed section of corrugated cardboard that your cats can use as a scratching surface. So, $250 to insure your expensive hardware, or $35 for this “scratchtop?” It is a quite easy answer right?