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How to Train Legal Cat Scratching Behavior - About.com
Clawing marks territory so scratchable objects must be located correctly for the ... My cat Seren likes to roll onto her back under furniture, and scratch overhead, ...
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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. ... Trimming will not discourage him from clawing furniture, but will render his weapons a little less deadly.
http://cats.about.com/cs/catmanagement101/a/manage_claws.htm
Stop Cats From Scratching Furniture Without Declawing - Pet Supplies
Declawing is a drastic surgery, but it's usually not necessary. These four products will help you stop your cat from destroying furniture in simple, inexpensive ...
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Best Furniture Upholstery Against Cat Claws - Cats - About.com
What is the best kind of upholstered furniture for a home with cats? ... the best kind of upholstery for chairs and sofas that will stand up to clawing by cats?
http://cats.about.com/od/illegalclawing/f/bestfurniture.htm
Scratching Below the Surface - Guest Article by C.H.U.
Many people complain of cats scratching and clawing furniture. The usual hypothesis is that cats scratch furniture to maintain their claws. If a cat scratches the ...
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Everything You Need to Know About Cat Behavior - Cats - About.com
Remember that there are no bad cats, only uninformed cat caregivers. ... in legal clawing with these articles and aids, while protecting furniture and carpeting.
http://cats.about.com/od/behaviortraining/qt/catbehavior101.htm
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
How to Stop Cats From Urinating Outside the Litterbox - About.com
It is the largest single cause of concern among cat owners,right up there alongside clawing furniture and drapes. Indeed, shelters cite the largest reason given by ...
http://cats.about.com/cs/litterboxproblems/a/urinewoes.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
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