1.5-metre Compact Scratcher Cat Climbing Post

Our Compact Scratcher Cat Climbing Post is similar to the 19.m Super Scratcher, but a little shorter and with a slightly smaller base. It has the same platform size.

Designed for smaller homes, the Compact Scratcher features a heavy MDF base for stability, an upper platform that’s great for a cat nap, and a wrapping of genuine manila rope.

  • Base: 600mm x 520mm x 18mm MDF (painted so it will not absorb spilled liquids)
  • Post: 70mm x 90mm x 1.48m kiln-dried pine
  • Platform: 460mm x 280mm x 12mm plywood
  • Carpet: Specially treated with catnip
  • Rope: 8mm genuine manila, covering 500mm of the post
  • Assembled weight: 14kg
  • Shipping weight (sent in 2 packages):
    a) 0.65m x 0.55m x 0.10m x 7.5kg
    b) 1.50m x 0.10m x 0.08m x 7.5kg

Price: $270 including GST, if picked up in Auckland, or we can ship throughout New Zealand. Please contact us for shipping costs.

Our posts are built to order, using all-new materials. They may not be the prettiest climbing posts but they are built BIG (so your cat can stretch while scratching) and STRONG (they take the abuse so that your furniture doesn’t). We don’t use cheap fabric coverings which your cat can shred in a few months.

“The scratching post we bought from you is absolutely fabulous. Saffy hasn’t even looked at our furniture since the post arrived, and loves to sleep and play on it. She supervises our dinner time from there most nights.”
– Rebecca, owner of a Super Scratcher climbing post

Warranty

All our posts have a one-year warranty against defects in materials and construction. After a few years of constant use, your climbing post may start to look a bit ragged, at which time we are happy to quote on replacing the carpet and manila rope. The rest of the post should last indefinitely.

How to order

Simply open and print this order form and send it to us.

Felix gets ready to climb the first of our 1.5m Compact Scratcher posts.

Felix gets ready to climb the first of our 1.5m Compact Scratcher posts, January 2019.

» See our other climbing/scratching posts