Saturday, March 28, 2015

Features That Work

There is no doubt that many cats take to Natural Scratch with little prompting by their human companions. Regardless of the cat's willingness to do naturally and without persuasion what you want it to do, it can be trained to claw Natural Scratch exclusively. No exceptions.

With features such as the softness of white cedar and red cedar; the Mouse Hole and Antenna (interactive toys); excellent stability; and the training booklet, Natural Scratch has nearly everything most cat lovers need to succeed.

Add a kitty treat reward your cat craves, consistency, and love, and you're nearly home free. Now all you need to do is put forth a little time.

Soon, your cat will be scratching exactly where you want it to: Natural Scratch.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Cool Scratchers

Visit for many different scratching posts and planks and a slab.

From the original white cedar Natural Scratch to cork posts in 24- and 32-inch sizes and including a new, sisal-clad model.

There are also three different types of cedar planks and one cork slab if your cat likes to scratch a horizontal surface.

Each one comes with a easy-to-follow and use training booklet that makes training your cat to claw what you want it to and nothing else straightforward and achievable.  Cats do want to please their human companions, but need to be trained what to do.

Please visit for more information.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Wildlife In Need Story About Foxes

Monday, January 19, 2015

Odd Negative Relationship

Now and then in this blog I have written about how difficult it is to get Natural Scratch products in front of people who need them for their cats.

As an experiment, a few months ago I bought some sponsored listings on Google.

I'm bummed that they didn't seem to help at all.  I'm not blaming Google.  I wish I knew what the problem was.

About a week ago I suspended the sponsored links.  Several days later I had an uptick in sales that is making this week shape up to be the best I've had in many months.

It's just a nutty coincidence...

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Facebook Natural Scratch Page

I've established a simple Natural Scratch Facebook page.  I invite you to visit

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Naturally Difficult

The two attached photos were taken in the second week of September, 2014.

One is of a worker bumblebee and the other, a worker wasp.

Temperatures were cooling off, the young had all been raised, and these two no longer had a purpose.

Their respective queens were long gone and if they looked back wistfully knowing the fates of the workers they were leaving behind--their young all--we will never know.

It's tough on Earth.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Promoting Natural Scratch

It's sometimes said that the easiest part of getting writing published is the writing.

The same might be said of creating a scratching post system that works for most cats and people.

Not that writing or designing and manufacturing are easy. It's just that like catching the attention of editors, getting the scratching post in front of cats and people who need it is hard.

If you have any ideas of places where I can promote my Natural Scratch posts, I hope you will pass them on.