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KatAttack Phoenix Pad

KA102

Color: Dark Carpet
  • Some cats like a horizontal scratching surface. Our pads use the same quality carpet found on all of our cat trees. The Pads are infused with Cat Nip for added enticement. Protect your furniture.

    57 x 38 x 16cm
  •  Size 57 x 38cm
    Thickness 16cm


If you would like a specific colour carpet, you can specify this on the cart page.


All Cat Trees are fully assembled and shipped in this manner to ensure that they are "Wobble Free."

Real Wood

100% NZ pine wood

Made in NZ

All of our scratchers are hand crafted

Built to last

We only use wood and zero cardboard

100% Recyclable

No plastics used in our cat trees

Wobble Free

Fully assembled in our factory

THE RAW MATERIALS WE SOURCE

Triboard- The key to us being able to give our 10-Year Structural Warranty is the base and landings. It's made from 100 percent sustainable New Zealand Radiata pine and adheres to strict quality and environmental guidelines. Over and above anything else available, the stable core provides superior load-bearing and screw-holding advantages. Although more pricey, we believe it is necessary for our Cat Trees.

Pine Poles - Upright Poles Our circular uprights are made of solid New Zealand pine that is 100 millimetres thick, and we glue and staple our carpet to them. Because of this, even after your cat has completely damaged the carpet, we can still recover it.

Carpet- We only use carpets with a cut pile (loop pile carpets might snag your cat's claws), and the majority of the quality carpets we use are created in New Zealand. For instance, the cost of a Cavalier Bremworth carpet can reach more than $300 per linear metre, but each New Yorker requires more than 2.25 linear metres of carpeting.

Sisal- Our Sisal is of maritime grade, and it is hand-wound onto our uprights using industrial staples. This Sisal is there for the cat that thinks it's a tiger and has an attitude; we believe ours to be the toughest on the market, so bring it on!!!!

All your questions answered

Colours and Extras

Within the shopping cart's section, there is a box in which you can enter your request. Let us know if you like a colour that you have seen on any of our other models, and we will do our best to accommodate your request to have that colour applied to this model.

Because we construct each of our trees in-house, we are able to fulfil the majority of our customers' needs. There is a possibility that this will incur additional costs, however we will tell you of these costs before we construct your unit.

Once more, this is something that we are able to perform for an additional fee. You can send us an email with your request, and we will respond with a price estimate.

That is dependent upon your feline friend. Sisal is durable enough to survive the claws of a cat for many months or even years. Nevertheless, some felines like the plusher texture of carpet.

Delivery

If you choose one of our bigger cat trees, it may take a bit longer to arrive as these units are made to order. Your tracking information will be sent to you immediately after your item/s are shipped. To transport them around New Zealand, for our larger trees we strap and pack them on pallets once they've left our factory you will be contacted by our bulk freight company.

Absolutely not! Each of our cat trees is shipped out of our factory in a completely built state. Once our cat trees have been delivered, you will not need to screw or glue them together.

We do, and we've already sent New Yorkers to Australia. It is not cheap, and you must email us with your address to receive a firm quote. The cost of shipping a New Yorker to Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, or Adelaide by sea is around $1227.35.

We do not pass on the complete cost of freight because it is prohibitively expensive to ship huge cat trees within New Zealand. Consider that transporting a New Yorker to your location would be similar to sending a sizable refrigerator there.

Recovering my old scratcher

Yes, if it's one of our own. If it's possible to bring it to our facility, we can usually have it restored to its original condition within a week. A fee will be charged if you live in Auckland and want us to pick up and drop off.

Depending on the model, most cat trees only require the uprights to be refurbished. Single posts typically range between $40 and $70, and large cat trees require an email with a photo so that we can provide you with an accurate quote.

We are unable to do so due to the fact that the vast majority of scratching posts sold in pet stores are constructed of cardboard, which makes it difficult for our carpet to adhere to.

Get in touch today

For all your general queries, please contact our team by email or phone where we will be happy to assist you. - 09 263 0005

Customer Reviews

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Stacey S (Christchurch, NZ)
Big!

Well these were bigger than I expected! (Not a bad thing) the one who scratches the carpet that we brought these for has not scratched them, he thinks they’re to sleep on. The other cat thankfully understands and scratches it

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Alisha (Nelson, NZ)
phoenix scratcher

I was surprised by how solid this was. I was expecting just a piece if mat, I even had some screws ready to screw it down expecting it would lift if the cat scratched it. Very solid, no need for screws, and the sizing was accurate and fits right where I intended. Sadly he hasn't used it yet, but he does not use this spot anyway, I bought the scratcher hoping to encourage him over there. Time will tell..

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Hamish (Waikato, NZ)
Great product.

Our cat Bella loves using this scratching pad which is a relief as she was ripping up our carpet. Very well made - much better than the flimsy imported ones you can buy.

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zane (Auckland, NZ)
Slow adoption

Our cats took a while before they figured out what to do with it. They only seldom had clawed at our carpet, but I figured we'd get one of these in case. Cat 1 hasn't worked it out at all yet, but cat 2 (6 weeks after purchasing) has started sitting on it and clawing her way around the edge of it as she lays on the floor. For the price, great value and very sturdy but potentially not worthwhile if your cats are used to scratching vertically (my sofa) instead of horizontally. Still 5 starring this because it'd work wonders for the horizontal users

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Sarah Rykers (Auckland, NZ)
Great to save your carpets!

We've popped the scratch pad over a patch of carpet in the doorway that our old lady seems to love scratching up, and it's saved our carpet! She loves sinking her claws into this more than anything else and we often sprinkle a bit of catnip on it for extra attraction.

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John Harris (Auckland, NZ)
KatNotAttacking

Disappointed as this was not cheap. Cat still more interested in our carpet.

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Cyn (Auckland, NZ)
Wonderful product

Well made in a really good size and arrived in about a week. My cat is used to horizontal scratching pads and we have bought 3 of these to replace a cardboard one. She enjoys using this as a scratch pad and sleeping on it too.

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Inaya (Wellington, NZ)
nice and sturdy

Scratch pad is nice and sturdy and a decent size. It's a lot easier for my elderly cat to use a flat, horizontal scratch pad than a pole, and it doesn't leave as much of a mess as a cardboard scratch pad.

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