The Sky Scratcher for the Eco Friendly Feline

The Sky Scratcher for the Eco Friendly Feline
September 27, 2022 by Modern Cat Magazine

We're always trying to reduce our eco pawprint here at Modern Cat, and the Sky Scratcher is amongst the best we've seen, using sustainably sourced and recycled materials. It goes past the typical recycled cardboard construction by eschewing glues or chemical adhesives.  Plus, you can replace the cardboard sections yourself quickly and easily. The design is inspired by Chicago, but the designers hope to expand to other cities, including San Francisco, Sydney and Montreal. This design recently won the Reader's Prize at the very cool Apartment Therapy's Design Showcase.  Just like that, being ecowise and kitty friendly just became easier.

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