Cats are notoriously curious (as the old saying goes). Cardboard boxes provide lots of opportunity for exploring and play! They can attack the box, hide inside it, scratch at it, chew on it, climb on it, ambush other cats that walk past it… the list goes on and on and results in hours of fun for a curious kitty!
Cardboard boxes are very satisfying objects to scratch
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Once you've got your boxes, all you need to do is carefully cut them to be the same width, then wind the strips around each other. With a little masking tape to hold it all together—and a dash of catnip if you have it handy—your cat will be shredding the cardboard instead your favorite chair (hopefully). If you already have the scratching post side of things taken care of, you could always build a or go all out and .
It contains tapping and scratching on different cardboard boxes
Cost: This is an item that can range. I saw cardboard cat scratching boxes ranging from $6.99 all the way to $25.99. I purchased one of the more expensive ones called . I’ve found it better to have a high quality scratch box that is durable and will last.How to make a cat scratch box:
1. Strong cardboard box.
2. Masking tape to reinforce the box if needed.
3. Lots of cardboard (boxes or sheets).
4. Stanley knife or other sharp knife to cut.
5. Rulers (long and short)
6. Pencil or pen to mark off.
7. Glue gun and glue sticks.
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