Skywalks (Weatherproof) Cat Scratcher
Are you looking to add some more stimulation to your cat’s life?
Are you sick of rotting timber, flimsy cardboard and mouldy carpet from using your “indoor” scratching tree outdoors?
The Skywalks Weatherproof Cat Scratcher is made from PVC and is surrounded in marine grade carpet, which means it can permanently be installed outdoors all year round.
The swinging moving nature of the Scratcher will keep your cat entertained for hours on end.
The Scratcher can be installed vertically or horizontally, and adjusted using the tension ropes. You can even stack several Scratchers together to extend the scratching surface.
There are no permanent attachments and you can move the Scratcher from place to place as necessary.
This product is the perfect companion for your Cat and ideal for the range of Portable Cat Enclosures. The Scratcher can be attached in any number of ways to the frame.
Our Weatherproof Cat Scratching Post ticks all the boxes:
- Weatherproof design / Suitable for indoors OR OUTDOORS
- Unique hanging design
- Great for hanging from an outdoor enclosure
- Perfect for balconies or pergolas
- Perfect for indoor fun
- No permanent attachments – ideal for rental properties
- Compact size – for storage and great for travelling
- Swinging design to keep your cat entertained for hours
- Dimensions: 400mm(h) x 80mm(d)
Bopped one on the nose and they don't use it.
They love the enclosure though, the tunnel and the tower, often sleep init and they both sit on the top rung together.
Will send some photos soon.
Great outdoor cat scratcher that the cats can jump and stretch on.
The cat scratcher is great, the cat tends to rub on it more than scratch on it, but the cat net I bought is amazing. ￼
Has some parts missing. Was able to use some parts from other suppliers
This is our second lot of outdoor scratching poles. We have them mounted outside in our cats enclosure. They are hard wearing and are
saving our furniture from being attacked but our two Snowshoe cats. They love nothing more than stretching up and scratching the pole. When it starts to get a bit worn we just turn it upside down and they get some more wear out of it.