Zoo Animals

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Animals from around the world have enjoyed relief from Scratchnall. From animal rescues to farms and even zoos, our 4-legged friends are now able to have a safe, durable and effective itch-relief tool that they can use on their own.

EVEN RHINOS LOVE IT!

The skin of the rhinoceros is deeply folded or plaited, and studded with rivet-like tubercles on the shoulders, flanks and legs that gives it the appearance of being armor-plated.  To the contrary, the skin on the face of the Rhinoceros is very soft. When the skin on the face itches, the rhino scratches. ScratchnAll pads to the rescue for this fine animal who sought relief after 4 pads, mounted on a board, had been given to him. (See lower left of picture)

WILD CAT SANCTUARY

This cat lives at the Wild Cat Sanctuary and is enjoying the ScratchnAll pad that was thrown to him. He and the other cats are enjoying the benefits of enrichment.

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TALL OR SHORT, SCRATCHNALL IS GREAT FOR ALL ANIMALS

Look closely at the picture to the right and you will see four  brown ScratchnAll pads mounted vertically on an elevated board on the fence.   Both of these giraffes are enriching themselves simultaneously.

Plus, giraffes are a perfect candidate for Scratch Me Silly.  With the long handle and scratch pad at the end, zoo keepers are able to scratch the bellies of the giraffes with great ease.

A SAFE PLACE TO SCRATCH IN THE TREES FOR THE LEMUR

This lemur is being introduced to the use of ScratchnAll by having pieces of bananas put over the points.   He rubbed the pad to mark his scent thereby making claim to it.  For this guy, there's no more searching for a safe place to scratch!

 

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