Catipilla Scratcher

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Catipilla Scratcher

Good for your cat. Great for your furniture.

All cats need to scratch but we know that claws can cause havoc. We designed this module to save those items in the home that are particularly vulnerable to cat’s claws. This module also provides your cat with the necessary tool to tone muscles, alleviate stress and keep those claws in pristine condition. Using the finest South American sisal rope, this scratcher is high-quality, easy to install, and can be rotated or replaced after becoming worn. We offer 5 different versions for cats of all shapes and sizes (50cm, 60cm, 75cm or 130cm or how about our new 35cm scratcher designed especially for kittens).

£20.00£70.00

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South American sisal rope.

Anodised aluminum.

Inner core of ABS plastic that will not dampen/warp.

Available Worldwide.

UK Delivery: 5 Days.

European Delivery: 8 Days.

Worldwide Delivery: 12 Days.

30-Day returns policy. Click the link below to view our returns policy in full.

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Indoor or Outdoor.

The scratching cylinder can be rotated / replaced when the sisal rope becomes worn.

Height: Varies

Width: 9.5cm | 3.8″

Depth from wall: 12cm | 4.7″

Simple installation that will take between 5-10 minutes.

Instruction Booklet provided.

Its rigid plastic inner core and cylindrical shape give this unit considerable strength.

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4 reviews for Catipilla Scratcher

  1. Nicole

    Really neat product and speedy delivery!

  2. Darya

    Super fast shipping! Awesome scratcher! It?s modern design works great with our apartment?s interior and it seems to be useful for our kitten?s manicure needs

  3. Kacey Basile

    The ease of setting this scratcher up was incredible! My husband and I were thrilled with the simplicity and well thought-out construction of the product.
    Our two cats can really get a good stretch, climb and/or nail scratch, but the best part is how modern and sleek it looks in our home versus a traditional cat scratcher. No problems with shipping on the seller’s end, it just temporarily got ‘stuck’ in the mail. Seller was very quick to assist, and our package arrived within the next 2 days of correspondence. Absolutely love it! Thanks guys!

  4. Annette Newton

    This really is an excellent product! My older girl doesn?t like it but my new kitten loves it. It?s well made, comes with excellent installation instructions and is easy to install. Really recommended to other crazy cat people!

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Our Core Values

Wondering why you should choose Catipilla? These values underpin every Catipilla creation.

Our cats deserve the best.
No cat owner wants to leave their cat to a day of boredom when they leave for work. Our cats deserve to be entertained, to play and stretch and climb (and, on those lazy summer afternoons, to nap in total luxury).

Cat furniture should benefit cats whilst being a stylish addition to your home.
But it shouldn’t cost a fortune. We raise the bar for cat furniture through innovative design and by providing high-quality products and exceptional value for money. We’re confident that you won’t find anything like Catipilla on the market.

Cat furniture should be sustainable and last a lifetime.
That’s why all of our Catipilla products are made from 85% recycled materials and built to last.

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