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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by DogLover1981, Jun 6, 2019.
Well now you know, it can be done.
@MissMiloKitty - like lorilu I have trained all my cats over the years not to scratch the furniture. That's a lot of years and a lot of cats, lol It includes kittens, rescued adult cats, rescued senior cats, and rescued strays. I start with the training as soon as they arrive before they have a chance to develop the habit of using furniture or carpets to scratch.
I currently have 16 scratch posts and scratch pads around my house placed in strategic spots. They all get used, some of them daily, some now and then.