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July 17, 2019 Cat Trees

Used Cat Tree Ideas

Used Cat Tree – Cats have a natural tendency to want to scratch and knead with their forefathers. If the cat has chlorine, it uses this behavior to sharpen the claws and keep them trimmed. For a cat that is DECLAWED, it will continue this behavior from instinct. Commercial scratch services are expensive, but making your own takes little effort and saves money

Awesome Used Cat Tree

Awesome Used Cat Tree

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Place the bottom of your fence post in the middle of the larger piece of plywood. Use a drill to attach two wooden pieces together with two wooden screws goes through the plywood in the fence post. Once you have attached the Used Cat Tree, you should have plywood as a flat base, and the farmhouse blast straight into the middle of the plywood. Slide piece of carpet over the fence and rest it on top of the larger piece of plywood. Roll the edges of the mat over the edge of the plywood and use a staple gun to secure it in place.

Attach the second, smaller piece of plywood to the top of the farmhouse with two wooden screws. Place the second, smaller piece of the Used Cat Tree on top of the smaller piece of plywood. Roll the edges of the mat over the edge of the plywood and use your staple gun to secure it into place. Apply a little warm glue on the loose end of the coil on the 3/8 inch sisal rope. Push the loose end of the rope to the base of the fence posts where it meets the carpeted plywood base. Hold on for a while and let the hot glue cure. Then hammer a nail through the end of the sisal rope to further attach it to the place.

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