VIDEO: Christy Clark inspired cat scratching post up for grabs

A B.C. entrepreneur is auctioning off the cat toy to raise money for First Nations youth.

With the B.C. election just weeks away, even your furry friends dig their claws into the political action.

Victoria-based Chris Jensen runs Politikats, a company that makes politically inclined cat scratching posts. He’s turned everyone from Donald Trump to ‘Vlad the Lad Putin’ into your cats new favourite toy.

“I made a one of a kind cat scratching post that is being auctioned off to support grassroots First Nations youth entrepreneurship on Vancouver Island,” said Jensen.

But if you’re worried that your cat will spurn his new toy, don’t you worry – Jensen has just the thing for you.

Just spray some Eau de Katpiss on your new scratching post and your cat will be raring to rip into your least favourite political leader.

The description reads: “Hailing from the plains of Africa, this wild, 100% free-range and gluten-free Catnip is here keep your cats stay healthy and active.”

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