The Purrfect Arch is designed to both groom your cat as well as give them something to scratch and claw at. It looks simple enough, which is actually a good thing in the world of inventions, but will cats really use this?
Cats do need a fair bit of attention, but also tend to keep to themselves a lot. This product makes it so you can give your cat the space they need, but also make sure that they’re getting groomed and getting a massage so they feel good. This would be useful for those that are out of the house for most of the day and want to make sure that their cat doesn’t get bored and start ripping things up around the home.
The makers of Purrfect Arch say that it not only attracts your cat to it, it brushes your cats fur so that you don’t have to. They say that because it is infused with catnip your cat will naturally be drawn to it, so you don’t have to worry about buying a cat product that is going to go unused. they also say that this should put a stop to them scratching and shredding up your furniture and other household items. They say it’s veterinarian approved, and it’s hard to see why a vet wouldn’t approve of this.
Cat owners want what’s best for their cats and so there’s a growing number of pet toys hitting the market as it becomes clear it’s an easy sale. Since cats are always looking for something to play with, and many cats are not fond of being groomed, this seems like the perfect toy to kill two birds with one stone, but at the same time it’s basically just a brush on a board.
They send you two Purrfect Arches for $31 total including shipping. They also send you two bags of catnip with it.
The big draw to this product is that you can set it down in your cat’s area and basically not have to look at it again, unless you want to. Your cat should naturally just go to it and pass by it or through it so it can do its job. You may have to attend to it on occasion to remove any excess cat hair it picks up, but other than that it doesn’t require any batteries or use up any electricity, nor does it take up a lot of room like some cat toys do.
If you set aside for a moment the simple design and manufacturing required to put together the Purrfect Arch, it’s really not a bad invention. So what if it only costs a dollar or so to make each one – if that – if it works it works and what we’re seeing here is a product that is actually well thought out. Your cat doesn’t have to actually pass through it in order for it to work, they would simply do what many cats do, which is pass by it. The way it’s made it doesn’t matter, as long as your cat rubs up against it it will do what it’s supposed to, brushing your cat’s hair and picking up any loose ones.
You will know best how your cat responds to catnip, and how well they will like rubbing up against a object like that. If they are always rubbing up against your furniture and using it as a scratching post as well, you can bet that they will be using this instead, since the bristles will feel better to them than your couch. Since the bottom of these is covered in carpeting they can use it to stretch out their claws by digging into it. The use of catnip will make it so they prefer it to your other household items.
Final Purrfect Arch Review
Purrfect Arch is getting our Solid Try rating because it has covered a lot of what cats need, is priced at a decent level, and in the world of cat products we haven’t seen anything exactly like it. It’s recommended for cats that get left alone most of the day, so they can go get a catnip re-up, get what feels like a massage, and get their hair groomed when no one is around.
Even though you wouldn’t really want to take them up on 30 day guarantee due to the way the prices are set, it’s still in place and you can get $15 back if you don’t like the way this works for your particular cat. For products like this it would be nice if you could get more of your original purchase price back, since there’s simply no telling how a cat will respond to it. The catnip does tilt the likelihood that your cat will like it back in your favor, but you just never really know until you get it home and unboxed.