This DIY Cat Scratcher Will Keep Kitty Occupied for Hours

Put down the laser. This will be your cat's new favorite thing.

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Learn how to make your own DIY Cat Scratcher in just a few steps.

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This pretty cat scratcher is so easy to make that, well, your cat could do it. Felt tassels and a sisal rug bring entertainment for hours.

Editor's Note: We don't recommend letting your cat help assemble this scratcher.

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