Written By: Sweety
Provide a variety of scratching posts with different textures and materials to fulfill your cat's natural urge to scratch and maintain healthy claws.
Enhance scratching posts with catnip to attract your cat to appropriate surfaces, encouraging positive scratching behaviors.
Use protective covers on furniture corners or areas prone to scratching, preventing damage while redirecting your cat to designated scratching surfaces.
Reinforce good scratching behavior with positive reinforcement, such as treats or praise, to create a positive association with appropriate scratching.
Keep your cat's claws trimmed regularly to minimize the impact of scratching on furniture and reduce the likelihood of accidental scratches.
Introduce horizontal scratching pads to complement vertical posts, offering variety and satisfying your cat's need to scratch in different positions.
Enrich your cat's environment with toys, climbing structures, and interactive elements to reduce boredom and excessive scratching out of frustration.