Good scratching posts include the Purrfect Post, which comes in several designs and features sisal scratching surfaces, and Dr.'s Foster and Smith's Ultimate Scratching Post, which has a sturdy wooden base, a sisal surfa... 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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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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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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Give a cat a pill by asking a friend to restrain the cat on a firm surface while you hold the top of the cat’s head and open his mouth to place the pill on the back of his tongue. Then close the cat’s mouth and rub his t... More »

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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A cat can be trained using a variety of approaches, but it reacts best to positive reinforcement. Cats are highly independent and generally do not care about pleasing their masters, so patience and understanding a cat's ... More »

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