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Calypso Everlasting Cat Scratcher


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Appeal to your cat’s desire to scratch with this eye-catching cat scratching post and floor accent piece. Wrapped with durable poly rattan around a sturdy wireframe, the Calypso Cat Scratcher features a weighted bottom to help prevent even the longest and largest cats from tipping it over. Add beauty to your room with a tall cat scratching post that is built to last.

Features of this cat scratching post:

  • Made of poly rattan that won’t break when clawed
  • Tall enough for cats to stretch while scratching
  • Features a weighted wood bottom for support
  • Additional weighted base available for sale

Size: 31″ high x 16″ diameter

What is this cat scratching post made of?

The Calypso Everlasting Cat Scratcher is unlike any other scratching post. It is made of beautiful and durable faux rattan that will blend in with your home's decor. It is also claw-proof which will keep it looking nice in your home for years to come.

What is the value of the extra weighted base?

The cat scratching post is already a sturdy piece. (Make sure you place the included rubber feet towards the edge of the base for stability.) However, if your cat is larger, you may want to purchase separately the extra-wide base. It easily screws into the bottom of the standard base to provide a wider surface area and more weight to help keep this cat scratcher in place.

How much does this cat scratching post weigh?

This cat scratching post weighs 9 lbs.

Where should I put this cat scratcher?

You should usually place a cat scratcher near where you are trying to discourage your cat from scratching. That way, whenever they scratch in the undesirable area, you can quickly move them to the scratching post and encourage scratching there instead.

How can I entice my cat to use this cat scratching post?

Some cats may not realize this cat scratching post is for them at first. You can put catnip on this cat scratcher to entice scratching and gently place their paws on it or mimic scratching so that they get the idea. Once they start scratching they won't stop! Luckily, the durable claw-proof material won't fray!

What do I do if my cat doesn't use this cat scratching post?

We recommend giving your cat a few weeks to get accustomed to any new cat furniture. Anything new is going to smell strange to them at first. It can help to rub the cat scratching post with a piece of fabric with your or your cat's scent on it. Using treats to reward your cats for using it or placing catnip on it is always a good option. If nothing works, we do offer a 60 day "finicky cat" return policy. Please contact customer service for more information.

What makes the Calypso Everlasting Cat Scratcher the best cat scratching post?

Once your cat starts to scratch this beautiful cat scratching post they won't want to stop! Luckily, since it is claw-proof, they will never have to. Plus, since it does not fray, it will always look great in your home.

Customer Reviews

Based on 216 reviews
Jack Phelps

We love the appearance of the scratch post we’re just having difficulties in getting our two year old cats a use it. We’ve sprayed it with catnip which they will rub up against, but have yet to actually use it as a scratch post. Any ideas you have very very helpful.

Original Calypso

I’ve had the original Calyspo for many years and my cats love it! Unfortunately the sisal is now so worn that they can’t really use it. I really want to restring it but what size and how much sisal will I need? Do you have replacement sisal in brown? Sorry I can’t vouch for the new non sisal version.

Shawna Flottemesch
Very nicely

My cats love it. At first they did not but I put catnip on it now they do.

Laura Gallen
Very nice looking

Nice idea, but my 3 cats have shown No interest.

David Pitlik
so far no luck

I can't get any of my three cats to use this scratcher. They're plenty happy to scratch the furniture, but they ignore this thing. Anyone have a suggestion?

Hi David, have you tried rubbing cat nip on it?