Which is only available at the Far Away Pet Supply Store/Veterinary Pharmacy. It might be available closer, but the vet says this place has better prices. At 1300 rubles ($43 US) for 3.5 kg/7.5 lbs, I'm not totally convinced prices could be much worse. A bag does last them a month, at least, and since we've started feeding them this the Bathtub Whizzing has ceased. That's a good thing.
It takes an hour, round trip, to do the Qat Fud Run. No one wants to deal with it on a weekend, so I went yesterday.
Nothing about the outing is really very noteworthy. I walk to the Metro, take it one stop, change to another line, and take that four stops. Then I exit the Metro and walk two blocks to the store. Make purchase. Return home.
What was exciting was yesterday I discovered the store carries these! A Russian product, too.
Especially amusing are the videos on the product site. Scroll down and watch them all. I love Svetlana, the Crazy Russian Cat Lady and her seven (SEVEN!) cats.
Poor her with her shredded furniture, walls, and curtains. Her closet full of expensive and unused cat scratching products.
Poor Plushka, Banderol, Kabochok, Roma, Lariska, Kusia, and Bipa.
But once Svetlana discovers КОГТЕДРАЛКА домашняя, she is able to channel her savings into reupholstering her armchair PLUS a little time at the beauty salon. Thank you КОГТЕДРАЛКА домашняя!
Do watch all the videos: the James Bond-esque ad and the one that uses When I'm 64 (huh?) are amusing, too.
Here are Cat-O and Crooky making their own product endorsements. Sadly, neither they nor I received any compensation.
This is the old cat scratch box. I bought this in August.
Here is the one I bought yesterday.
No, the new one IS better.