Three Uniquely Shaped Sisal Rope and Carpet Cat Scratchers. Sturdy, Modern Designs with Four Popular Carpet Color Choices.
Imperial Cat began in 1986 with a single product, the Scratching Pad, which was developed after Bill and Gale Seliskar, who owned a corrugated box company at the time, discovered that their cats loved to scratch the cardboard samples Bill often brought home. Wanting only the best for their cats, they added certified organic catnip to the scratchers—it was an instant hit with the cats, and it established the company as a pioneer in the organic pet product movement.
Scratching posts are furniture savers for kitty parents, enticing your kitty to dig her claws in and start ripping away. The unfortunate thing about scratchers that are covered with carpet is that they start to look tattered and worn after a few months. Rope covered ones last much longer.
For 30 years, Imperial Cat has manufactured eco-friendly and all-natural cat products of exceptional quality. We are dedicated to creating safe, fun and functional products that enhance the lives of cats and the people that love them. From scratching and playing, to snacking and grooming, nobody offers more ways to promote the happy, lifestyle of a feline than Imperial Cat!
As a family-owned and operated company, we retain a level of customer service and product quality that remains unmatched by our competitors. Our business depends on customer satisfaction and the success of our products which is why we are committed to ensuring you are 100% satisfied.
At Imperial Cat, cats are part of our family. We are not just manufacturers; we are cat owners and lovers, too. In addition to our hard-working human staff, we employ a team of 20+ office cats that put our products through rigorous tests to ensure they are cat-approved!If you keep cats as pets (or they keep you), you're probably all too familiar with the problem of cats scratching furniture, carpeting, draperies, wallpaper, rugs and just about anything else they can get their claws into. (In another article, we cover .)If you'd like to see how effective a good scratching post can be at saving your furniture, you can easily make your own sisal rope cat scratcher. You can get any length of sisal rope at a hardware store and coil it around almost anything. Wrap the rope around all or part of a wooden beam or a branch that's been nailed to a base. Alternatively, cover the rungs and sides of a full size or step ladder. You can even make over an existing scratching post or kitty condo by covering the shredded carpet remains for a like-new cat scratcher.Fully Carpeted Scratching Post. Quality Construction with Extra Wide Base for Greater Stability. Available in Three Heights and Four Carpet Colors.