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Does anyone have a Top Cat (sisal) or Purrfect Post scratching post? I don't know which one to get--

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  • Leanne FroebelLeanne Froebel Member Posts: 1,730
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    Both models look great. Lots of cats like sisal I would probably get the covered base too. You may want to provide a couple acceptible scratching options. I have a nice (expensive) sisal post (Smart Cat Ultimate Scratching Post http://www.esmartcat.com/index.htm) and won't use it. I like (cheap) cardboard scratchers. Mom wishes she had know I had cheap taste earlier!
  • Joy WaltersJoy Walters Member Posts: 9,276
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    Linus is right--whatever your cat prefers is what you should stick with. I get the corrugated cardboard things that have the little pack of catnip in them and are replaceable and my cats LOVE them. Catnip seems to attract the cats to the scrachting post and keep them there. BTW--your cat is BEAUTIFUL!!
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