Cat bed training - What are the steps needed?

Some individuals are pleased with their cats to fall asleep on their beds, sofas, ironing pile or even the laundry basket and as long you do not mind collecting all the hair there is no concern.

Others may be worried about fleas and tick being moved to mattresses. They feel that respiration troubles may be worsened at night with pet cats having a good sleep in the same place as you.

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Cat scratching post - train your cat's scratching

Have you ever wonder why a cat has to scratches everything in sight? Your cat is sharpening claws and ridding the outer layer of old claw for one reason. After a cat has been declawed, they could continue to go though the motion of clawing. On the paw pad are scent glands, that will rub off the scent as they claw or scratch on an item. Once a cat does claw or scratch on the item other cats will come to smell the scent left and can have the tendency to scratch the same item that have their scent on. When you find the couch or other item scratched or clawed, this is when the cat is exercising.

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Building a wonderful cat post

Providing pets with the proper stimulation can prevent them from doing damage to the home and furnishings. They all have natural instincts, such as the feline's need to scratch things, that can be quite destructive if not properly directed. This is where a well thought out cat post comes in handy.

Creating the perfect scratching post for one's cat starts with understanding what their needs are. Felines can not help but dig their claws into materials that will catch on them and harsh sounding snapping sensation. They also love to stretch, climb and chase fast moving items.

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