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I've found that giving them cardboard cat scratchers and climbing posts keeps them too occupied to scratch the furniture.
A DIY Green Solution To Cover Cat Scratches on Furniture?
|1/8/12 8:18 PM|
I find the comment by hopperodyssey a little offensive. By keeping my cats inside (a large house) they avoid being attacked by other animals, infections, parasites and diseases. They curl up on my heating blanket in the winter and eat the best possible food. I take them for walks in the backyard on a leash (more like a vest) and they love it. With an agressive pitbull across the street, why would I risk anything and let them stay outside all the time? I'm sure if they could speak they'd thank me for the food, safety, warmth, and opportunity to go outside safely as well.
Would You Leash-Train Your Cat?
The New York Times
|1/8/12 3:57 PM|