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This is the modern horizontal scratching posts for cats from HUVEcollection, product of modern design, essential in the life of your cat that will harmonize with the interior design of your home. Place the scratching post HUVEcollection at the entrance to a room or can be installed on the corner of a wall at the desired height(screws included). Made of Russian birch covered with a laminate and sisal rope 3/8 inch thick. Easy change of sisal ropes. Possibility to buy sisal rope spare. L...

Modern horizontal scratching posts for cats by HUVE collection

This is the modern horizontal scratching posts for cats from HUVEcollection, product of modern design, essential in the life of your cat that will harmonize with the interior design of your home. Place the scratching post HUVEcollection at the entrance to a room or can be installed on the corner of a wall at the desired height(screws included). Made of Russian birch covered with a laminate and sisal rope 3/8 inch thick. Easy change of sisal ropes. Possibility to buy sisal rope spare. L...

Modern horizontal scratching posts for cats by HUVE collection

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Neuschwanstein Castle is a Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. The palace was commissioned by Ludwig II of Bavaria in 1869 as a retreat.