The Moderncat crowd is used to seeing some pretty pricey feline finery, and here we have a new player, The Company of Pets. Their new line of interior design-inspired pieces are both functional and decorative, because the company founders believe that “pets should have decor, not just stuff.” Included in the line are the following items for cats:
- A classic 19th century silhouette cat scratcher made of cord bound graphite sisal. Can be used on the floor or mounted to the wall. $300
- A post-war French modernist cat-scratcher, which is a mini modernist chair covered in sisal and manila rope. Available in five variations for $575 each.
- And finally, the neo-pop canine cat scratcher, a sisal-covered sculpture of a bull-terrier that kitty can dig her claws into for a mere $1200.
They are all quite elegant and inspirational. I especially like the cat silhouette scratcher. Keep in mind that each piece is custom made to order. So what do you think?
Thanks to both Cheryl and Ruth for the tips.