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Cat Scratch Posts and Scratching Trees

A scratching cat is a healthy cat! A cat scratching post can be an important part of your cat’s physical well-being by removing the dead outer layer of claws and allowing them to stretch their muscles – cats are athletes after all! When a cat scratches, often they are playing – so a cat scratch post can provide the perfect physical escape for your feline friend, especially for stay-at-home cats! We offer a wide range of cat scratch tree furniture. From tall cat tree scratching posts - ideal for Persians, Maine Coons and other larger cats, to smaller cat tower scratching posts – more suitable for kittens.

Explore our full range collection of cat scratchers and other cat furniture from brands such as Vesper, Rosewood, Lord Lou and Trixie. Orders from mainland UK over £75 qualify for free delivery! 

Cat Scratch Tree Furniture

At Lords & Labradors we understand every aspect of your cat’s life. If you are a new cat owner, one thing you need know is that a cat scratches! It isn’t necessarily bad behaviour, but rather something to be encouraged in the right places. A high-quality cat scratch post should be at the top of every cat owners shopping cart. Encouraging them to scratch on their cat scratching post will allow them to stretch out their muscles and keep their claws healthy, whilst directing their attention away from your furniture or carpets. We offer durable and sturdy cat furniture from leading pet brands including Vesper, Rosewood and Ancol. Our cat scratch tree furniture is truly multi-functional; our large pieces of cat scratchers not only provide somewhere to scratch, but also to climb, exercise and relax too.



Cardboard Cat Scratchers



Does your cat like to scratch the carpet, or other flat surfaces? You may find they love our cardboard scratchers... Show More

At Lords & Labradors we understand every aspect of your cat’s life. If you are a new cat owner, one thing you need know is that a cat scratches! It isn’t necessarily bad behaviour, but rather something to be encouraged in the right places. A high-quality cat scratch post should be at the top of every cat owners shopping cart. Encouraging them to scratch on their cat scratching post will allow them to stretch out their muscles and keep their claws healthy, whilst directing their attention away from your furniture or carpets. We offer durable and sturdy cat furniture from leading pet brands including Vesper, Rosewood and Ancol. Our cat scratch tree furniture is truly multi-functional; our large pieces of cat scratchers not only provide somewhere to scratch, but also to climb, exercise and relax too.



Cardboard Cat Scratchers



Does your cat like to scratch the carpet, or other flat surfaces? You may find they love our cardboard scratchers. Our cardboard scratchers for cats can be positioned anywhere and will give them hours of scratching fun! And excellent choice of cat scratcher for cats who like to scratch horizontal surfaces, you may even find your cat likes to lay and nap on them too!



Tall Cat Posts & Trees



For cats who love to climb we have a great selection of tall cat scratch tree furniture. These are ideal for indoor cats or young kittens who may not be able to exercise outside. Tall cat scratching posts are not only great for exercise. But they will be able to keep their claws healthy, their muscles stretched and have a place to nap on their favourite platform too. Cats love nothing more than to sit high up to watch over their domain. Your cat will certainly be king of the castle with one of our tall cat tower scratching posts.



Why Do Cats Scratch?



As we mentioned, cats don’t scratch to be naughty; it is instinctual behaviour that is designed to keep their claws healthy. It can also be a way for them to mark their territory. Of course, we don’t want our cats to scratch the furniture, walls or carpets which is why a cat scratch post or other cat furniture around the home is essential.



How Can I Stop My Cat from Scratching the Furniture?



It is important to provide your cat with physical and mental activities around the home, especially if they are left for long periods of the day unattended. Our range of cat scratch posts can be integrated into your home to encourage your feline friend to stay away from scratching the furniture. If your cat has begun to scratch your sofa or carpet, put the scratch post in front of or near the location. Show them what to do; you could gently take your cat to the post and put their paws up on the post. They will soon learn which surfaces are ok to scratch, and which are not. Another top tip is to put a cat scratching post or cat scratcher near their bed or where they sleep – cats will often have a good scratch when they first wake up.


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