It was long believed that cats scratched to sharpen their claws. However, animal behaviorists have determined that cats scratch for communication. It is a highly visible territorial mark made to alert other cats.
Scent gland in their paws leaves an odor signal for other cats. Even de-clawed cats continue to scratch to leave this odor notice for other cats. Both male and female cats scratch. Cats also scratch during play.
Cat Scratcher Furniture, Cat Scratching Furniture and Large Cat(s) Furniture come in numerous designs, styles and colors and are designed for indoor use to match your Cheap Cat Beds and Cat Throws.
Outdoors, Outdoor Heated Cat Pad(s), Outdoor Cat Furniture(s) and Cat Outdoor Cage(s) includes cat scratching trees.
If your cat scratches your furniture or walls you may need to purchase more that one piece of Cat Scratcher Furniture, Cat Scratching Furniture and Large Cat(s) Furniture. Place the scratcher near the area that your cat has been scratching.
Hanging a playful Organic Catnip Toys, Interactive Cat Toys and Cool Cat Toys from the scratcher will encourage your cat to use the new scratcher.
Placing the scratcher near to your cat’s Organic Cat Food(s), Vegetarian/Vegan Cat Food(s) or Natural Cat Treat(s), Gourmet Cat Treat(s) and Kitten Treat(s) works well also at encouraging cautious kittens and cats.
Do not force your cat’s paws on the new unit. Scenting the new scratcher with catnip works well.
Remember to check the scratcher regularly for fleas cleaning if necessary with Cat Flea(s) Product(s), Cat(s) Flea(s) Treatment and Ticks products and continue to groom her/him regularly with Cat(s) Grooming Brush, Feline(s) Grooming and Kitten(s) Grooming.
Stains and odors can be removed with numerous products that are on the market (Cat Urine on Carpet, Cat Stain Remover(s) or How to Get Rid of Cat Urine Smell(s)).