The Original Scratch Lounge Cardboard Cat Scratcher Review

Trigg on The Scratch LoungeI “bought” two Scratch Lounges from CVS Pharmacy before Christmas.  One for Caymus and Murphy and one for Charlie and Trigg.  I put “bought” in quotes because I used coupons and CVS ExtraCare Bucks to pay for it – because of my crazy couponing habit.

I had seen 3-sided The Original Scratch Lounge on Facebook, on other blogs and Floppycats’ readers had told me about it.  I had reached out to The Original Scratch Lounge for a product sample, but did not receive one.

So when the opportunity presented itself to get two free with coupons, I went for it.  And I am glad I did.

First Caymus and Murphy got their horizontal cat scratcher with some Robo Fish:


Then I came home and gave Charlie and Chiggy theirs – and you can tell that Charlie can hardly wait for me to open their modern cat scratcher, so that he can scratch on it:


As you can tell in the videos above, all of them liked it and they continue you to use and like it – is there anything more to say?  Oh, I suppose you want the details and that sort of thing.

The dimensions are 13.5 x 22 x 4.8 inches and it weighs 3.5 pounds.


You can also buy The Original Scratch Lounge Cardboard Cat Scratcher on Chewy.

Caymus on The Scratch Lounge

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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,

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  1. Amanda Elkins says:

    Quick question, Trigg lays down on a circular mat/bed looking item during the 1st video on this page. Might I ask what it is? Looks really neat and I just love that scratcher featured!

    1. Yes, that’s the Sleepypod Crater Dot – we also reviewed it. Unfortunately, it has been discontinued.

  2. Lisa Lucas says:

    I adopted two Raggies this weekend, and had been warned by their foster carer that they both liked to scratch. We have a “monster” sized conventional scratch post in storage and are waiting for it to arrive, but I knew I needed to get something for the cats in the meantime. I’ve been doing a lot of research on Raggies on the web and having found the Floppycat web site and this article, I decided to give the Scratch Lounger a try. For the first couple of days Charlie and Rosie ignored it, but all of sudden Rosie discovered it and then Charlie, and they both seem to love it. Not the cheapest scratch post available, but I think from the cats’ reaction, it was a good buy, so thank you Jenny for the recommendation, from all of us :o)

    1. Yay! Glad it’s working! Hope you’ll share Charlie and Rosie as Ragdoll Cats of the Week!

  3. Love this! I love these kind of scratch “posts.” The first time I saw them, I thought they were so silly, what kind of a cat would like that? Much to my surprise, they love them. I like the ones that you have pictured with the raised sides too.

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