You can make this neat gift for your kitty with just some cardboard and some glue
Cat scratches can be a little expensive and usually come in plain rectangular blocks.
Or, if you have one of our favorite scratches, the one centered inside of a ball and track, replacing the cardboard inside of them can also add up.
So, if you have some time on your hands, here's how to make your very own unique cat scratcher for practically nothing!
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