Hartz Cattraction with Silver Vine & Catnip® Gator Scratch™ Cat Toy
- Versatile cat toy satisfies your frisky feline's natural instincts and encourages play!
- Soft, nuzzle worthy catnip infused alligator head lays flat or is able to hang on doors and combines a scratching mat with curiosity enticing crinkle sounds and silver vine ball that's ready to be swatted
- Each gator is available in two colors and measures 20 inches long and contains a durable sisal scratch pad to help keep claws healthy
- Contains a natural, yet potent combination of silver vine and catnip attractants to grab and hold your cat’s attention for enhanced playtime
- Silver Vine is a vine that grows in the high mountainous regions of eastern Asia. It produces a natural and effective cat attractant, that stimulates livelier play in more cats when compared to catnip alone
- Exercise your cat's natural instincts to explore and thrive in the world around them with toys that stimulate all of their natural play needs
Bring the excitement of the wild outdoors into your home and watch your frisky feline wrangle the king of the everglades. The Gator Scratch™ is a versatile toy that satisfies your cat’s natural instincts and encourages play. The textured, durable sisal material on the gator’s back reinforces positive scratching behavior to help keep nails healthy and muscles moving after a long nap.
The loop at the base of the mouth allows for hanging on most doors to promote much needed stretching and rubbing to mark territory. The soft, plush alligator head is infused with catnip and animated with a friendly expression for those moments of comfort and security. Plus, a suspended, silver vine filled ball finished off with a feather is just waiting for your furry friend to step up to bat.
The stimulating crackling sound throughout the Gator Scratch arouses curiosity and will have your kitty coming back to explore. The combination of natural attractants grab and hold your cat’s attention and elicit behaviors like rolling, cheek rubbing, scratching, and raking. Later gator!