Sisal Cat Scratching Board

70 x 17 cm
: 4/5
(26)
Protects curtains and furniture from cat's natural scratching urges....further information
Product description
Sisal Cat Scratching Board
Sisal Cat Scratching Board
Sisal Cat Scratching Board
Sisal Cat Scratching Board
Sisal Cat Scratching Board
Sisal Cat Scratching Board
Sisal Cat Scratching Board
Sisal Cat Scratching Board
Sisal Cat Scratching Board
Sisal Cat Scratching Board
Sisal Cat Scratching Board
Sisal Cat Scratching Board
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Protects curtains and furniture from cat's natural scratching urges.

This scratching board can be positioned easily at any appropriate height.

Dimensions:

  • 60cm x 11cm - sisal pad 55cm x 11cm
  • 70cm x 17cm - sisal pad 62cm x 15.5cm

Cats need to sharpen their claws regularly - the trick is to keep them from using your furniture for the job! Providing a suitably hard-wearing material is vital; the tough natural fibres of sisal are ideal, helping your cat to shed dead layers of nail and preventing ingrown claws.
Please note: Colour of the Scratching board may vary from the product image.

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Latest user reviews

17/11/22 | MissClick
: 5/5

Good Product

We have 2 very large cats and three of these scraching boards, we have them for about two years now they are used daily and they are still like New.
13/05/22 | Angela H
: 5/5

Great idea

Good product - saves so much space and mine is used all the time by my cats - but I recommend you use a metal washer with the screw as the board behind is not strong enough and the washer solves that problem 👌
23/12/20
: 5/5

Cat very pleased

The first delivery came damaged and the item was replaced with no undue delay which I appreciate. Pretty basic but cat is really pleased, went for it immediately and keep stretching everyday. Thanks!
23/12/20
: 2/5

Both sisal boards stink like vinegar

Both of the boards have a penetrating vinegar smell, so much so that I had to put them on the balcony for a few days. My cats still haven't gone near it, which isn't surprising given their superior sense of smell. Why do they have to smell so much like vinegar?
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07/09/20
: 1/5

Absolute rubbish

Very poorly made. The backing board started peeling off right after taking it out of the box. No screws included either. Will have to do quite a bit of DIY to make it usable.
06/05/19
: 1/5

Fell Apart

This scratching board fell apart at first use. The upper half of the scratching pad detached from the backing board. The staples were still intact but had come through the board. The product is shoddy and defective. I am writing the review today as it has been in the back of a press for awhile and I am now throwing it in the bin.
05/01/19
: 5/5

Great all rounder

We have 2 of these, one is attached to the wall and one is left flat on the floor. One of our cats prefers vertical scratching but they all love horizontal scratching. It's very strong and take a lot of punishment..
03/03/18
: 5/5

Trixie Sisal Cat Scratching Board XL

Great idea, and good value for money.
17/01/17 | Barbara
: 5/5

Happy crazy cats!

My cats are soooo happy! I purchased 4 of these and put them on the corner of a wall in my kitchen ( they like this corner!) Well within seconds of me finishing drilling and putting them up they were up the top!!! What great boards, and they'll certainly last longer than the one I had up before!! Look at my photos " Crazy Cats " they are happy!!
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
08/05/15 | Fern
: 4/5

The trick is in the positioning!

The board is built very well and comes with a little sachet of cat nip which is great! I attached it to the wall in the living room and was disappointed that my cat wouldn't go near it, but after reading that cats like a scratch after a nap, I took it down and lay it on the floor near his cat bed. He IMMEDIATELY went over to it and started scratching and rolling on it! So there you go :) I think he'll continue to enjoy it.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
13/02/15
: 5/5

Cat Woman

I bought this scratch pad for my cats 2 years ago.I screwed it to the kitchen wall. It is very good and the cats love it. It is good quality and still looks like new.
26/08/14 | Louise
: 5/5

Excellent

My kitten started scratching the furniture. But when i got this she quickly decided that she loved it. 1 year on and she still using this everyday. Its still going strong with minimal fraying.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
28/07/14 | D Ward
: 5/5

At last!

Been looking for a replacement scratching board for sometime that wasn't made of useless cardboard but could also stand up to the use of two cats. Also purchased scratching mat (reviewed separately) but this is a far superior item. Highly recommend.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
19/06/14 | sam
: 5/5

good price lasts forever!!

cheap and easy to put up, has lasted my 3 cats for 2 years . . .
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
03/02/14
: 5/5

Fabulous scrathing boards.

My cat loves these, and it protects walls/wallpaper where he likes to have a scratch deliberately to get me to chase him or let me know he wants a look outside(limited as I'm in a flat). He has two posts, but these placed where he likes to claw a wall give him extra stimulation and claw-trimming opportunities. I'm now ordering more for a friend whose cat goes outside, but will make good use of these. One thing: the supplied screws are too short, so use larger /longer ones to keep the board secure as if it comes off the wall while the cat is using it it will frighten the cat and it won't try again.
30/04/13 | samantha
: 5/5

Sisal Cat Scratching Board

i brought this for my 3 cats (age 1-2) i brought the smaller one that is a good size, i nailed this to the side of the kitchen door where they where always scratching anyways! i have had this for about 1 year and it still has lots of life left in it! and they use it everyday!!
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
05/05/12 | Karen
: 5/5

Outside ramp

I got one of these to see if they were good enough to use outside as I want to make a series of ramps for my cat to play on and take a short cut up the fence. It looks great, really sturdy and the board it is attached to is solid. I think I'll give the board a coat of varnish just to seal it and make it last a little longer but I think it's going to work really well.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
02/11/11 | Bloomsbury
: 3/5

Actually this may have been my own fault

Not a great success with this afraid. However, it may have been entirely my own fault. Before I decided where to nail it, I propped it against the side of the sofa that my cat had taken to clawing at. However, of course, the first thing she did was have a tentative paw at it and it fell on her. She wasn't hurt but now, of course, won't go anywhere near it, despite me liberally dosing it in catnip.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
16/09/10
: 1/5

Not fixed to backing board properly

The scratching post arrived promptly but although the sisal board itself looks very durable, the backing board it comes on is just a flimsy bit of laminate board. The sisal was supposed to be fixed to this by staples so you could then hang the board on the wall but it fell off the laminate when I unpacked it. Not sure how I'm going to stick it to the wall now!
09/10/09
: 5/5

No more wobbles and space saving too

I was fed up with the standing scratching post being dragged around on the laminate floor and bought this one and screwed it to the wall. The long board is a good height for a scratch and stretch. My girl had to get used to it a bit because the sisal is tightly woven (her old post had roughened up over time) but seems to have taken to it now as she is back to her ever so frequent manicure routine.