Cat Scratching DJ Deck
The Cat Scratching DJ Deck is a hilarious and clever way to stop your cat from scratching all your furniture. Simply follow the step by step instructions to create the deck structure, which features a poseable tone arm and a deck plate that spins when your cat paws at it. The deck is plastered with stickers that put a feline spin on iconic DJ images. Surely you'd rather watch your cat look like it was spinning some vinyl, then ripping your sofa to shreds. - A.D.
- Hilarious alternative to a scratching pole
- Deck plate spins when your cat paws at it
- Deck is covered in hilarious stickers
- Stop your cat from scratching your furniture
- Includes easy to follow instructions
- Folds together easily
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I liked it more than my cat
Albeit, at first my cat was more into the plastic bubble wrap that it came in and the ribbon that I tied around it, eventually she got curious and started to look vaguely interested. Though, she still prefers the rug to scratch then the deck, she does paw at it every so often. Very easy to assemble and probably more fun for the humans then the cat, but loved it still - always nice to have a cat toy that doesn't involve catnip.
Great fun product, not opened it but as it is gift but it looks fab
Dj decks cat scratcher
The cats love this Cat Scratching it special when it spins. This is the best thing that I've bought for them.
We love the Cat Scratching DJ Deck! We had Christmas early with friends so the cat has already had his present. He got scratching on it (proper DJ Stylee, using both paws) the minute I put it together. Well made, easy to put assemble and the cat loves it!
If I had seen this Cat Scratching DJ Deck in the shop and was able to feel it I would not have bought it. It looks and feels cheap. It is a novelty present and isn't worth the amount of pounds I paid.
Funny, cool but cats not interested
The Cat Scratching DJ Deck is easy to put together and looks great. All 3 cats have been to have a look and sniff but the most any of them have done is sit on the turntable for a bit. There's nothing to really make them want to scratch at it, so I would probably spend money on the other options like the tank so that they have something to hide and play in.
I bought this Cat Scratching DJ Deck thinking it'd look good underneath my technics decks. My little cat actually does love it, but as a bed rather than a cat-scratch post! My big cat, Fatboy Tim tried to scratch on it and just pulled the turntable off, so it definitely is more for the aesthetics rather than practical use but it does look fabulous and Mitzi says it's comfy!
Looks good but not sure if any cats would use it
The Cat Scratching DJ Deck looked great and was easy to assemble but the problems with it is that the actual scratching area is just corrugated cardboard rather than anything a cat would normally scratch on. We put catnip on it and our cat will sleep on it and rub against it but I can't think that she'd ever scratch on it as it's not a scratchy material. A bit disappointed overall.