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Cats Top Picks - Aids to Prevent Destructive Scratching - About.com
A good, sharp claw trimmer is essential for preventing damage to furniture (and tender skin), caused by scratching or clawing. Millers Forge Cat Claw Scissors ...
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How to Manage Your Cat's Claws - Cats - About.com
Your cat's claws are one of his most important tools. ... Here are ways you can help him maximize his claws, while protecting your furniture at the same time.
http://cats.about.com/cs/catmanagement101/a/manage_claws.htm
How to Train Cat Scratching Behavior - About.com
If you understand why your cat scratches, you can train him to use a scratching post or other legal target, protect your furniture, and preserve your furry love.
http://cats.about.com/od/illegalclawing/a/catscratchingbehavior.htm
Stop Cats From Scratching Furniture Without Declawing
Scratching is a natural behavior for cats, so they don't understand why humans get so bent out of shape when they claw that tempting couch, door jamb, ...
http://petsupplies.about.com/od/catessentials/tp/4-Ways-To-Stop-Cats-From-Scratching-Furniture-Without-Declawing-Them.htm
Destructive Scratching by Cats - Helpful Alternatives to Declawing
The good news is that you can prevent illegal scratching with the combined ... Cat lovers often face a quandry when they also love their nice furniture and thick, ...
http://cats.about.com/od/illegalclawing/qt/legalscratching.htm
Best Furniture Upholstery Against Cat Claws - Cats - About.com
My cat has effectively destroyed a couple of chairs over time, and I still hate the idea of getting her de-clawed. Could you suggest the best kind of upholstery for ...
http://cats.about.com/od/illegalclawing/f/bestfurniture.htm
Scratching Below the Surface - Guest Article by ... - Cats - About.com
Your cat may be trying to communicate his needs to you when he scratches your furniture, even though he is trained to use a scratching post, according to this ...
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Signs of a Healthy Cat: Front Claws and Coat - Cats - About.com
To keep his claws sharp, a cat scratches rough surfaces, such as trees, wood posts, sisal, and sometimes furniture or carpeting. The clawing does not actually  ...
http://cats.about.com/od/healthconcerns/a/healthycatupperbody_2.htm
Cat prefers the carpet to the scratching post - FAQ - Cats - About.com
My cat uses the scratching post but he likes the carpet better. ... If possible, move a piece of furniture (or a scratching post) on top of his favorite scratching area.
http://cats.about.com/od/faqsbehavior/f/scratchcarpet.htm
Everything You Need to Know About Cat Behavior - Cats - About.com
There are a number of ways you can keep your cats' claws happily engaged in legal clawing with these articles and aids, while protecting furniture and carpeting  ...
http://cats.about.com/od/behaviortraining/qt/catbehavior101.htm
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