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Good Pet Stuff Cat Scratch Feeder is a self-treat food dispenser that allows cats to treat themselves for good behavior. It holds up to 4.5 cups of treats or food, and also features an attractive carpeted scratching surface your favorite feline is sure to love.

Good Pet Stuff Cat Scratch Feeder

  • Interactive treat and food dispenser
  • Protects furniture
  • Attractive patented design
  • Neutral color that compliments all decor
  • Measures 13 x 13.5 x 20 inch

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Good Pet Stuff Cat Scratch Feeder - White

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Good Pet StuffCat Scratch Feeder - White

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Great cat toy

By Dorenebb

from Libby, Montana

About Me Long-time Pet Owner

Verified Buyer


  • Attractive Design
  • Durable
  • Easy to Clean
  • Good Reinforcement
  • Stores Easily


    Best Uses

    • Indoors
    • Small Pets

    Comments about Cat Scratch Feeder - White:

    This is the kind of tool, that should teach your cat where to scratch. It uses positive reinforcement, providing treats when she scratches the carpeted post.
    Unfortunately, my cat can't seem to figure it out. I've shown her at least 62 times! I've done it and I've put her paws on it and showed her. I've sprayed catnip spray on it.
    But hopefully, she will learn, and / or figure it out eventually.
    I've seen the neighbors cat use it. There is hope!

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