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About Cat Scratching Post

Mushroom Cat Scratcher is not only a cat scratcher, but also a toy for them. It is a good toy that serves multiple purposes. Paired with an automatic cat water fountain, it saves you worry and effort.

FAQ

No, scratching posts are not bad for cats; in fact, they serve an essential role in a cat's daily life. Scratching is a natural behavior for cats, allowing them to mark their territory, stretch their muscles, and maintain the health of their claws by removing the dead outer layer. A scratching post provides a designated spot for these activities, preventing cats from turning to furniture or other household items. When chosen and used properly, scratching posts can significantly enhance a cat's physical and mental well-being, making them a beneficial addition to any cat-friendly home.

When a cat suddenly starts scratching their post as their owner comes home, it's often a sign of excitement and a way to mark their territory with scent glands in their paws. This behavior can be a cat's way of expressing happiness or relief at their owner's return, combining the physical need to stretch and maintain their claws with the emotional need to communicate and reaffirm their bond. Scratching in such contexts can also be a way for cats to release any pent-up energy or stress, making it a healthy and normal part of their daily routine.

Yes, cats with overly long nails are more likely to scratch furniture. Long nails can make cats uncomfortable, leading them to scratch more frequently as a way to relieve discomfort and naturally trim or maintain their claws. Regular nail trimming can help reduce this behavior by keeping their claws at a comfortable length.

So a toy specifically designed to relieve stress - a cat scratching post is very important