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One way to stop cats from scratching furniture is to make the surface of the furniture unappealing to them while also providing them with plenty of fun things to scratch instead. Sticky tape, aluminum foil or plastic wra... More »

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Keep a cat from scratching furniture by deterring her with unpleasant sprays or tapes, displacing her favorite scratching area and dulling her claws to prevent damage. Apply an herbal spray deterrent or double-sided tape... More »

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Plastic forks stuck in the ground upside down, Popsicle sticks, wooden chopsticks and hot peppers discourage cats from entering a garden. French marigolds, rue plants, citrus, ammonia, citronella oil and dish washing liq... More »

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There are no specific things to give nursing cats (referred to as queens) that will increase milk production. To determine how to increase the milk production of a nursing cat, it's necessary to identify any problems the... More »

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Whisker City cat furniture is recreational furniture made for cats to climb and scratch. The Whisker City brand is one of the proprietary store brands found at PetSmart. More »

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The first domesticated cats appeared in human civilization thousands of years ago with the ancient Egyptians, who, according to reliable evidence, were the first people to keep cats around as a way of controlling rodents... More »

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While there is no concrete neurological reason for why cats react the way they do to catnip, researchers find that catnip mimics pheromones that stimulate receptors in the brain, according to the Humane Society. The oil ... More »

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