Cat Trees & Cat Scratching Posts

Cat Trees & Cat Scratching Posts

A cat tree is an ideal play and sleeping place for cats. And it's indispensable for your cat's daily claw sharpening. Find the perfect scratching post or cat tree for your cat and your flat here!

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 Cat Trees & Cat Scratching Posts    Choose your cat tree by size:

★ Customer Favourites Here are our customer favourite cat trees and scratching posts with some of the h...
Small Cat Trees It's easy to find a place in the apartment for a small cat tree and that way your cat c...
Medium Cat Trees Here you'll find a huge selection of assorted cat trees and scratching posts. There's ...
Large Cat Trees You'll find a huge selection of large cat trees where your little tiger can really let ...
Ceiling Cat Trees A cat tree with ceiling attachment has the advantage of being individually adjustable a...

 Cat scratching posts, boards and toys   Cat scratching posts, boards and toys:

Scratching Posts Scratch posts in varied sizes and colours. Whether you call this a scratching post or ...
Cardboard Cat Furniture Cat furniture from cardboard is the new fashion for cats and their owners. The function...
Scratching Pads & Boards Sisal scratching pads and toys satisfy your cat's natural urges to scratch and play. Th...
Scratching Toys Scratching toys for cats generally hold up well over time and offer another place for y...

 We recommend the following cat tree collections   We recommend the following cat tree collections:

Natural Home Collection Natural Home Cat Tree Collection Exclusively at zooplus: The Natural Home cat tree col...
Banana Leaf Collection The scratching cat furniture line Banana Leaf is a unique embodiment of nature. All Ban...
Natural Paradise Collection The Natural Paradise Collection of cat trees and posts bring a touch of elegance to you...
Solid Wood Cat Trees With these cat trees, you're investing in years of cat-enjoyment and furniture that's a...
For Large Cats These super sturdy cat trees are specifically designed for large breeds such as Maine C...
Cat Trees for Kittens Scratching posts and cat trees are the perfect way to protect your furniture and carpet...
For Multi-Cat Cats are territorial and sometimes it can be tricky to keep the peace in a home with mo...

Our Top Sellers from the Cat Trees & Cat Scratching Posts section of the shop:

Natural Paradise Cat Tree - XL Standard 1.  Natural Paradise Cat Tree - XL Standard Arrow
Large cat tree with platforms from sustainably sourced wood. With s...
- Cream  
Was  €179.99
Now  €149.99

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Wish I had got one sooner!: "Believe the positive reviews! I have 2 Bengalls and they use this tree all the time for play and sleeping. This is by far the most superior cat tree I have came across! Wel..." -Frank
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Natural Paradise Cat Tree - XL Compact 2.  Natural Paradise Cat Tree - XL Compact Arrow
Large cat tree with extra heavy platforms from sustainably sourced woo...
- Cream  
€149.99

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Maine Coon approved!: "I debated whether or not this would be a) capable of withstanding the onslaught of a high speed Maine Coon in full flight and b) worth the money and I have no regrets in ei..." -Nellie Colson
All 21 reviews…
Trixie Filippo Cat Tree 3.  Trixie Filippo Cat Tree Arrow
Stylish cat tree with striking black plush and floral velour covers. 12cm ...
- Black/ Anthracite  
Was  €179.99
Now  €149.99

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Used every day: "I've put the cat tree at the balcony door and my cat loves to use it as an observing platform or napping place. We got rid of the bed on the top platform. This means we hav..."
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Gingerbread House Cat Tree with Ladder 4.  Gingerbread House Cat Tree with Ladder Arrow
This large cat tree has sisal mats, sleeping dens, hammocks and two cosy cudd...
- Beige  
Was  €119.99
Now  €99.99

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Natural Home III Cat Tree 5.  Natural Home III Cat Tree Arrow
A sturdy cat tree with solid wood base and spacious sleeping areas made from ...
- Beige  
€89.99

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Sturdy and long lasting!: "I bought this cat tree about a year and a half ago for my then two kittens. They have loved it. It's used every day and they still manage to squeeze themselves into the top..." -Cat
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Cat Tree La Digue II 6.  Cat Tree La Digue II Arrow
A sturdy cat tree with a comfy hammock, large play den, soft paw-shaped beds ...
- Beige  
Was  €119.99
Now  €99.99

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Francesca again - customer care 5*: "Having written a bad review because of inaccurate descriptions and faulty parts, I have to say the customer service was brilliant. the website was updated straightaway and ..." -Francesca Taylor
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Coco Palm Cat Tree 7.  Coco Palm Cat Tree Arrow
A very stable cat tree, covered in soft plush. It has 5 different levels and ...
- Brown / Beige  
Was  €109.99
Now  €84.99

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FUNtastic!!!: "Prefered bed of Lulu <3"
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Ikaros Cat Tree 8.  Ikaros Cat Tree Arrow
A brown cat tree with a huge curved platform, a round sleeping hollow and a c...
- Brown   
Was  €89.99
Now  €69.99

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Excellent Tree for single or multi cat homes great value: "My three cats love this and use all of the spaces for sleeping on, the top curved bed takes my very large Siamese and one of the other cats easily, it's to the side of a w..." -ruth stallwood
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Trixie Alicante Cat Tree 9.  Trixie Alicante Cat Tree Arrow
A charming cat tree with a cute paw print and lots of places for your cat to ...
- Anthracite  
Was  €79.99
Now  €64.99

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Brilliant Tree: "I bought this for my two kittens in October 2010. They loved it from Day 1 and have used it daily every since (Beany is asleep on the top platfrom now). Even now, more tha..." -Debbie Thomas
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Pharos Cat Tree 10.  Pharos Cat Tree Arrow
A very comfortable cat tree with various platforms and a very cosy sleeping a...
- Beige  
Was  €54.99
Now  €44.99

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happy cats: "I got this for my cats easy 2 put together my boys love it the little mouse didnt last long on it lol but they play on it every day they are happy im happy with the item an..." -joanne cooper
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cat scratching post

Cat Scratching Posts

The top reasons to treat your cat to a fabulous new scratching post and why you both of you will love it!tip icon

  • A scratching post helps ensure our cat has a little activity in its day, even if it is prone to laze around all day with very little exercise. Scratching is more active than you might think and can help lower the chance of your cat gaining weight, especially to the point of being overweight or obese, as well as helping minimise issues with joints in the future
  • It is the ideal full-body blast for your lazy house cat! Having a good long scratch counts as exercise and is a great way to get your cat moving if it isn’t the outdoors type
  • Is there any better way to wake up from a satisfying nap than with a hearty stretch and a scratch against a post? Not only that, but it can help stave off the boredom and keep your feline friend mentally stimulated
  • Your cat’s claws need regular activity and sharpening to keep them in tiptop condition, so a scratching post is ideal
  • Everyone likes to have their own safe haven to call their own and hide away in - this can provide exactly that! Your cat mark this post to its heart’s delight, showing everyone else in the family just who this scratching post belongs to with plenty of scent and deep scratches
  • And last but not least, every owner’s favourite reason to get a scratching post - it saves your furniture! No more scratched table legs, scarred leather sofas or damaged upholstery. Your cat can fulfil its scratching instinct on a cat-friendly toy instead, keeping your house looking fabulous


tip icon How to pick the right scratching post for your cat
Buying a scratching post is not as simple as picking a generic pole and hoping for the best. There are many different aspects to consider before you make a decision, including material, size, shape and any special additions you think your cat might enjoy. Every cat will have its own scratching post preferences!

  • Material: Your first choice is whether you want a synthetic or a natural post. Our recommendation for a vertical scratching post is to go for natural sisal, a thick material that your cat will love to scratch away at!
  • Stability: This is particularly important if you have a large, heavy cat, as the last thing you want is for the scratching post to topple over and either injure your cat or cause damage elsewhere. That is why you want to choose a stable scratching post with a wide, sturdy base.
  • Size: The whole point of a scratching post is to allow your cat to stretch out to its full length and really get into its scratch, so you need a post at least as high as your cat is long!
  • Quantity: You may think that one scratching post is enough for any household, but think again. If you live in a multi-cat household then fights could break out over whose turn it is on the scratching post. As mentioned before, this scratching post offers your cat its own personal space, so we would recommend either getting one post per cat or maybe investing in a larger cat tree with a selection of dens and platforms, as well as posts to scratch on, so that each cat can claim its own area without too much of a fight.
  • Shape: Most cats have a favourite past-time, either stretching, laying right out, or climbing as high as it can go. Think about your cat’s personal preference and choose a shape to fit - a whole range of scratching posts are available or, if you can’t decide, why not go for one that can accommodate all three activities?

idea iconMore tips and tricks:

  • Scratching problem: Some cats just love to scratch furniture, regardless of whether a nice appropriate scratching post is available for them. We recommend spraying your furniture with a citrus or menthol scent to help ensure your cat keeps a wide berth!
  • Attract your cat: Encourage your cat to explore its new scratching post and have a play, showing it that this is a zone just for feline frolics. Try rubbing catnip on top of the scratching post if you are struggling to generate any real interest. A kind of mint, it contains nepetalactone that is known to cause more than 50% of cats to go into a euphoric states, causing them to sniff, lick and chew.
    Please note: do not do this for kittens, as it will encourage the exact opposite reaction and repel your young cat from the scratching post!
  • Play time: Danglers and hanging objects attached to the top of the post can really get your cat’s hunting and playing instincts going, getting it to climb up and swipe its paws and resulting in hours of fun!

Browse the rest of our scratching toys range on offer here at zooplus to find the perfect way to stimulate and satisfy your cat!

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