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Cat Scratch Post Rope

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A chemical-free, 100% biodegradable, and environmentally friendly fiber that is perfect for replacing or building a scratching post for your feline friend(s)!  This natural Sisal rope is made in Brazil, woven and twisted from fibers of the Agave Sisalana plant in a manufacturing process that does not involve chemicals, oils, or other treatments, making this natural rope durable and moisture resistant, great for applications where a bit of stretch is needed.

Built by nature to withstand practically any weather, you can count on your sisal rope to endure the repeated attacks from your cat, their instinct to climb and sharpen their claws, especially while indoors.  Twisted Sisal is more stiff than manila fibers, and is most preferred for feline and their habits!

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  • Diameters:  1/4",  and 1/2"
  • Lengths:  100ft

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