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British company SUCK UK have introduced their newest invention for cats - a mixing deck-shaped scratch mat.

The Cat Scratch is different from the usual tall scratch post; it is a turntable, complete with a record.

It also comes with a movable record stylus arm and when a cat paws at the record it spins making the DJ setup more believable. That's what the press release says. We went to journalism college, you know? For this...

The Cat Scratch retails at £15/$23

Image: Rex

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