Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Save those Carpets With The CarPET Scratch Stopper!

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Save those Carpets With The CarPET Scratch Stopper!

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Before he met me, Jason was a cat person through and through. I remember stopping by his house on the weekends, and Mush and Giz were always lurking around, waiting for me to stop and give them a good petting. I never owned a cat, so I was happy to oblige! Over the years, Jason's parents have taken in quite a few stray cats, so we still get our cat fix when we visit their house. While cats can be so much fun, I have noticed they can be destructive little buggers too! When not monitored, I have seen them swinging from curtains, hanging from the mesh in screen doors, and even clawing their way around the base of the couches. I have also noticed that cats don't like to be shut out of rooms, and when they get irritated by this, they tend to claw and scratch at the carpet under the door, leaving an ugly hole and carpet shreds everywhere. Carpet isn't cheap to replace, so it's a good idea to nip the problem in the bud before it even starts. CarPET Scratch Stopper is the perfect solution for doing just that!


The CarPET Scratch Stopper is made from durable plastic that barriers your cat's claws from shredding your precious carpet. It is available in 5 sizes, so there's a fit for most U.S. sized doorways. It is durable and long lasting, and comes with a 5 year limited warranty. The CarPET Scratch Stopper is guaranteed to work, or your money back!


I know this is aimed at cats, but I used to have a pug that would scratch at the doors when locked out too. I think this would be an ideal product for both cat and dog owners alike!

If you would like to learn more about the CarPET Scratch Stopper, be sure to visit their website.


36 comments:

  1. This is needed for a lot of people. We have wood floors, but my kids make a mess in one spot. I have to shake my head every time I clean that area. They are as bad as pets.

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  2. Yes, cats have ruined my sofa and other pieces of furniture. This would come in handy. Thankfully, I have no pets where I live.

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  3. my cat only scratches trees in the yard :)

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  4. That is nifty indeed. But no carpets at our feed. Only thing they scratch is the couch

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  6. I don't have cats, but my dog is a scratcher, so I this would be very useful in my house, too!

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  7. This is pretty brilliant! I'll definitely tell my stepdaughter about these, because she has 3 cats!

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  8. That is really neat. You have pets I have kids who do the same things, lol

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  9. My Daughter could use this for sure, her kitten (almost cat) is a holeY terror. Her furniture will be I shreds if she doesn't watch it

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  10. I definitely need this. I have cats. Thanks!

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  11. Good... now I'll know what to do when that rhymin' kitten comes a-knockin'......

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    1. Hahaha! Just throw a mat at him. That should stop his annoying habits, huh? ;)

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  12. Cats can be persistant--and many of pur carpets show that near our doors which are closed--which is a big no no in cat language! My cat goes for my chair since I keep all the doors open!

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  13. This is a great idea! But that poor cat LOL He's like, what have you done?!

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  14. We used to have American Eskimo dogs and a Chow. The Eskies often had separation anxiety and would tear up the carpet. This would have been great - especially when we lived in an apartment and lost our security deposit because of it!

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  15. Oh my gosh! I could have used this! My cat has scratched up the carpet at the corner of our Living Room door JUST like in your pics! Wish I had know about this. :(

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  16. What a brilliant solution to a problem we pet lovers have! Love the idea, may need to get a few of these for our apartment.

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  17. we don't have carpet but my dog used to scratch the back door when she little. She was outside when she wanted to be and inside when she cry to be let back in

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  18. I don't have a cat but if I did that seems like a great solution

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  19. I could've definitely used that when my dog was a pup. She tore up my carpet near my stairs by chewing on and clawing at it.

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  20. Anything that helps preserve the carpet is a-okay in my book. Carpet is expensive to replace, and when it starts getting frayed, you've def. got to replace it.

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  21. looks like a durable product....Good thing we have a housebroken four legged friend.

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  22. We don't have any pets, but this scratch stopper looks like a really great solution for saving carpets! Have to show this to my mom, so she can save her carpets too!

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  23. That looks pretty crafty and useful. My mom made something similar when I was younger to try to do the same thing. This looks a lot nicer.

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  24. Wow! Great idea! Very crafty!!!

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  25. Do they have an anti kid mess option too? :) we needed this with out cat in India... on our bed!

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  26. Do they have an anti kid mess option too? :) we needed this with out cat in India... on our bed!

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  27. This is an awesome product. I bet it will save a lot of carpets. I don't have pets but know people who could use it.

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  28. I have never heard of anything like this before! Thankfully we don't have this problem but I will for sure keep it in mind for the future!

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  29. This is a great idea. Most of my floors are hardwood though

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  30. I might need this because our cat just loves scratching and it surely would save us a pretty penny.

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  31. I wish we had these when I was younger. It would have saved my mother a lot of frustrations with the cats.

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  32. I need to do something about my sister's cat - this just might help

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