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 Post subject: Trees for climbing
PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 6:00 pm 
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Bengal Kitten

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Hi everyone,not been on for a while,but need some advice please.Have just had a run built onto the back of my house :D ,and Millie is very happy with that,not quite finished but near enough.I was thinking about putting some tree logs in so she has something to climb up and scratch,can it be any,or are some better than others?I can get some Beech logs in October,would they be ok?Any advice would be greatly appriciated. :D


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Asian Leopard Cat

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http://www.moggies.co.uk/plants.html

I see Beech is listed as being toxic though I am not sure if this applies to the leaves, the bark or the wood itself or the whole plant.

The only issue with things being in a run is that they may end up chewing them, which they wouldn't normally do if they were free-ranging in a garden/forest.

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