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cat scratching posts
Natural materials such as cork and white and red cedar;
stable, wide footprint bases; and
interactive, cat-attractive extras. Guaranteed!
Each cat-scratching post includes easy-to-use instructions that have helped thousands of cat lovers teach their cats to claw the Natural Scratch cat scratching post and nothing else, protecting upholstery, carpeting, wood moldings, cat claws, and other fine things. Click the photos below for more information on our cat scratching posts and to place an order.
Primary goal of Natural Scratch is preserving cat claws. They are marvels and cats need them to spear olives out of their martinis, among other uses. This is a cat-comes-first enterprise. After feline satisfaction, buyer happiness is paramount. All Natural Scratch cat scratching posts are guaranteed.
Natural Scratch cat scratching posts are made from cedar and cork by skilled woodworkers at a shop in Northern Wisconsin; the owner and his family have cats, too, and take pride in their work. (The small company also makes other wood products.) My office is in Brookfield, Wisconsin.
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Together in the womb and out and emblematic of the tight relationships mammals often form. Grandson Gus loves these guys of course; when he was over this morning, he built this temporary nest for them on my office...read more
Sisters Sunflower and Venus have been together since conception about eight months ago. Pictured here on my office...read more
My brother moved to Vancouver, Washington, and visited a pet store operated by a company with the improbable name Mud Bay. It's a chain of pet stores on the west coast with an unusually animal-centered attitude. Have a look at https://mudbay.com.read more
Cat claws are beautiful and necessary but also fun and rewarding to exercise and sharp. Having been around cats my entire life I know they enjoy digging into things. This can cause problems when the target is a nicely upholstered chair or a smooth wood door frame....read more
For years I've told people that cat behavior fits under a classic Bell Curve when it comes to clawing Natural Scratch. Some have told me their cats went for the post while it was being assembled; others have said their cats ignored the post and clawed a nearby couch....read more
After feeding Venus and Sunflower this morning, I walked away for a few minutes. When I returned, this is how they had arranged themselves in front of the oven in our kitchen. Both are learning to claw Natural Scratch exclusively even though still in the kitten...read more
Several months ago we adopted two kittens from the Milwaukee Humane Society; grandsons Noah and Gus picked them out. It was a good experience for them and the cats. Now we're training Sunflower (upper in pic) and Venus to be exclusive Natural Scratch clawers. It...read more
Welcome to the new Natural Scratch website and my first blog entry in many years. For starters, I'd like to complement web-designer-photogapher-tech Vic for giving naturalscratch.com this modern look. He's a wonder. Creative, hardworking, technically sharp, and...read more
After a long absence I'm returning to regular posts about natural scratch posts and cats. These are our new feline companions Venus (left) and Sunflower on our porch. It was taken about six weeks ago, and they've grown tremendously since then. The image was...read more
There is no doubt that many cats take to Natural Scratch with little prompting by their human companions. Regardless of the cat's willingness to do naturally and without persuasion what you want it to do, it can be trained to claw Natural Scratch exclusively. No...read more
"It is perfection! They love it and I love it!”
"This is replacing an old (about 7 years) cork scratcher from you which my cats love and have worn down to a stump. When I pulled the new one out my cat was watching me and I literally saw his eyes get big! He is excited!"
"This is the BEST scratching post on the market; I'm purchasing the second one as a gift for a friend...she just adopted a cat from our local ASPCA. The first Natural Scratch is still going strong...the cats haven't touched the furniture since it arrived. On a side note...you may wish to charge MORE for the Natural Scratch (they last forever)."
Phone: Ted at 414 795-6117
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