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Just when you thought you got that dancing cat video out of your head, we present you with the opportunity to turn your kitty into the next feline Liberace. The Cat Keyboard Scratcher may not actually make music, but your cat’s going to feel like Billy Joel when he paws at this faux keyboard. All your cat needs is a tip jar and cigarette and he's ready to rock the catsbar.
The Cat Keyboard Scratcher is made from sturdy material to keep your whiskered pal entertained for weeks as he entertains everyone else. It's the next best thing to Vegas, or even Broadway. Can we say Cats anyone?
The Feline Liberace
Every cat has the potential to be the next big Internet star, and you can get yours started with the Cat Keyboard Scratcher. She might not be tickling the ivories, but at least she isn’t scratching the wallpaper, furniture or your leg. Cats may not have much natural musical talent, but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t have the chance to shine.
Specs, Features and Bragging Rights
- Keyboard shaped cat scratcher
- Kitty “plays” a ditty on the corrugated board keyboard rather than your furniture
- Can lay flat or be hung on a wall, depending on your cat’s scratching preference
- Entertaining to watch
- Blister dimensions: 8" x 6" Inch
- Makes a fun kitty gift for holidays, birthdays or cativersaries
- Does not actually make sound, so Fifi can play all night without driving you nuts
Who Would Love Cat Keyboard Scratcher?
Anyone who loves cats will find this gift perfect for their feline virtuosos. Family kitties are already the stars of the show, so why not give them something to boost their entertainment value. If you have multiple cats, then we’re sensing a band. Mr. Tinkles on piano and Ms. Tiddlepaws on vocals. (She’s in heat, so she’s already loud.)
Frequently Asked Questions
I don’t have any cats, would it be weird if I got this?
Yes, it would, but whatever. We won’t judge. You do you.
My cat already plays cello, would he enjoy this?
Yeah, we’re pretty sure he or she would enjoy changing things up a bit. He’ll be scratching like a madman as he learns the ins and outs of the piano scratchpad. He may never touch the cello again, and that’s a risk you’re just going to have to take.