Bergan Turbo Scratcher

Designed to provide hours of fun for your furry companion

The Turbo Scratcher has a channel for a small ball your cat can nudge with its nose or shove with its paw

In the center of the Turbo Scratcher, the textured scratch pad is both durable and replaceable

Includes 1 base (16″ diameter), 1 scratch pad and 1 ball; place ball in track for hours of fun – entertain your cat and protect your furniture from scratching!

 

Cat Dancer
Wire with rolls of kraft paper. Bounces around erratically like a bug.
Cats love this simple inexpensive toy.


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3 thoughts on “Cat Food: What to Feed & What to Avoid

  • Lori rossi

    Using Healthy a holistic Blue Buffalo but it has toxic ingreduents listed here. Which dry food can you recommend as that is all my cat will eat.
    Thank you

    • Sara

      Hello Lori, Currently we’re recommending Dr Elsey’s CleanProtein dry food as the most like a cat’s ancestral diet. It has 58-59% protein, is completely grain-free as well as being almost completely carb-free. Another good choice is the Tikicat raw food, if you are considering that option. We will be updating our cat food links soon to reflect this.

      • Lisa Lewchuk

        Hi Sara – I just came across your post recommending Dr. Elsey’s CleanProtein dry food. Unfortunately both my cats experienced severe vomitting within about 10 minutes of feeding (and I fed them a very small amount just to try.) As a result I did some research and found that this dry food contains ingredients that can be harmful to your pet. (1) Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) which is too high in fermentability and can cause gas, diarrhea and loss of nutrients. (2) Rosemary Extract which is a cheap preservative known to cause seizures in cats and small dogs and not proven safe, either in the US or in Europe.
        (3) Diacalcium Phosphate (DCP) which cannot absorb water and is virtually insoluble. It can cause calcification of soft tissue and research has shown it leads to kidney stones as well.