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Preserving Your Furniture

March 5th, 2009 · No Comments · Cat Furniture, Pet Entry Door

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Cats that scratch seldom break the habit.  It’s a natural instinct for cats to sharpen their claws, and cats that don’t do it on scratching posts often turn to the furniture.  Instead of having a cat declawed, which is inhumane, it’s a better idea to install indoor cat fences around those locations where you don’t want your cat to scratch.  Providing your cat with a simple collar and installing an indoor fence will keep them away from the furniture they often scratch.  Cats are animals of habit; they will often find one object to scratch and want to stick with it, so warding off that object alone can break their scratching habit.

Indoor cat fences are simple to install and affordable on most any budget.  Don’t keep replacing your furniture and becoming mad at your cat, just set up indoor cat fences and break them of the habit the humane way!

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