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Cat Scratcher Bed

Cat Scratcher Bed

Regular price $44.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $44.99 USD
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A bed cats love to use! This dual-purpose scratcher bed gives cats their own “territory” to sleep AND exercise their natural scratching instincts. Cats are drawn to the box-like feel and raised edges that provide security. When they aren’t snoozing, horizontal and angled surfaces provide fun scratching variety.

  • 100% Made in the USA from U.S. materials
  • Heavy and sturdy. Made from the same durable material as our best-selling scratching pads
  • Tightly bonded, honeycomb, double-wall construction
  • Non-toxic. Cardboard’s tree-like texture attract cats

Safe Materials: U.S. corrugated cardboard. Non-toxic, vegan glue FDA approved for food contact

Care: Vacuum or shake off fur/ nails occasionally. Recycle after loved

Size: 15.5 x 15.5 x 3.5 inches. Oversized for plenty of room to nap and scratch

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Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Excellent Scratchers

I bought both the scratcher bed as well as the heart shaped one, all of our kitties love them. One will usually squeeze into the bed and dare the others to push her out to no avail. These are well made and very thick cardboard, I am very happy with them as are my furball friends. So much so, placing another order.! Well done and Made IN USA!

Cat scratcher approved

We have a big white and orange boy, and he loves the cat scratcher bed, although it's not quite big enough for him to relax inside. He does bring in a catnip ball and try to fit, but it's become more like a play bed. Very sturdy.

Carole W.

Your cat scratchers are superior to any other brand. Thank you

Jury's Still Out

We ordered two beds for our cats but so far only one has gotten near them. She has scratched her jaw on the side and jumped in briefly. Not sure they are worth the money, yet.


This scratcher bed is very well made and sturdy, however, my kitty has not been very interested so far. I’ve put treats in it to entice him; he gets the treats but otherwise doesn’t bother with it. He does appear to need time to get used to things so I still have hope that he will try it sometime. He would probably enjoy it but he’s not ready yet.