Scratching BedMy cats did use this to scratch on – you can see in our unboxing video how Charlie immediately wanted to scratch on it, however it is not like a corrugated cardboard bed where they can really get their nails in and go to town. However, they were able to use it and you can tell from the difference from the unboxing video to the review video that it was used for scratching. Also, when I would pick it up to vacum underneath it, there were always cat claw shreds proving that it does help strengthen their nails.
Sleeping BedMy cats mostly used it for sleeping or lounging on, and they loved using it for that. Every afternoon I found one of them in the bed. I also found Charlie in it, more than I thought I would.
Caution: RubberbandsA vet tech commented on our review video saying, “as a vet assistant i have frown to learn that rubberbands are a terrible things for cats. If they are ingested then they can get tangled around the intestine. A terrible foreign body object.” After reading her comment, I thought, I am not sure why I didn’t think about that. My two have shown no knowledge or interest in the rubberbands even being there – which is odd because my two are attracted to hairties/hair rubberbands. So if they had shown interest, then I would have thought of it. So wanted to share that word of caution with you all. The rubberbands are wrapped around an indented piece of sturdy cardboard – so they don’t really stick out. See what I mean in image above.
PAWABOO Cat Scratcher Lounge Bed Unboxing video
PAWABOO Cat Scratcher Lounge Bed Product Review VideoI purchased the Pawaboo Cat Scratcher Lounge Bed using Amazon Gift Cards I acquired from doing Swagbucks. Check out our other cat product reviews.
Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,