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Safeguard Against Scratching Damage During Life Transitions

Pets may scratch each other or people when they are stressed. Cats may also scratch belongings more when under stress.

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How to Deal with a Landlord Who Wants You to Declaw Your Cat

Cats don't need to be declawed to live in an apartment. Learn how to talk to your landlord about cat scratching and declawing.

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Some Medical Problems Aided by Soft Paws®

Soft Paws® can decrease the damage your pet does to himself with his claws during certain medical problems.

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Cat Claw Facts

Learn the difference between nails and claws, why cats have claws, and how they use them.

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Decreasing Scratching Damage While Traveling

Putting Soft Paws on your pets before traveling can help decrease the risk of scratching damage to rentals or host properties.

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How to Make Sure Soft Paws® Stay on Your Pet

Learn how you can make Soft Paws work for your pet. Learn tips for keeping them on.

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Ragdoll Cats Need Special Scratching Posts

Sweet, friendly ragdoll cats need sturdy scratching posts because they tend to be large cats. Learn more about the cat scratching needs of the ragdoll cat.

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How to Have Both Cats and Kids

Cats and kids can get along and thrive together, but there are some ground rules you should establish in your home.

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What Is the Best Cat Scratching Post Material?

Sisal fabric is the best cat scratching substrate. Learn why cats prefer sisal material over sisal rope, carpet, and other cat scratching post materials.

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Can You Have Both Cats and Babies?

Some people say you must get rid of your cat if you're having a baby. Luckily, most of the time that isn't the case.

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Cleaning a Cat Litter Box

If cats don't like their litter box, they won't use it. Learn how to properly clean a litter box to keep your cat happy.

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How Honeysuckle Can Affect Cats

Honeysuckle can be used much like catnip in some cats. Learn the difference between catnip and honeysuckle and which cats might respond to honeysuckle.

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Cats Can Be Taught to Stay off Counters

Find out why cats like to climb on kitchen counters and how you can train yours to stay off the counter.

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Maine Coon Cats Need Tall, Sturdy Scratching Posts

All cats need to scratch, and those in the Maine Coon breed are no different. However, being larger, they may need a sturdier post than smaller cats.

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Why Declawing Cats Is Inhumane

Learn about the alternatives to declawing your cat, which is a serious and painful surgery.

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Cats Need Scratching Posts in All Areas of Your Home

Find out why some cats scratch certain areas of your home but not others.

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Is Your Cat's Scratching Related to Stress?

Find out what causes stress in cats and how extra stress can lead to extra cat scratching. Learn how to decrease stress in your cat to decrease problem cat scratching.

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Why Do Cats Need Cat Scratching Posts?

Your cat needs a scratching post to remain healthy and happy. Learn why cats need scratching posts and why they need to be a certain type of scratching post.

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Why Do Cats Scratch Carpet?

A veterinarian-written article about why some cats scratch carpeting how to get them to stop.

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Is Declawing My Kitten a Good Idea?

Learn what you need to know to decide whether or not to have your kitten declawed.

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Cat Scratching Behavior and Why It Occurs

Why do cats scratch? Learn why scratching is natural, normal, and necessary behavior in cats.

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The Proper Way to Trim a Cat's Claws

Keeping your cat's nails trimmed can reduce the potential for cat scratching damage to your belongings. Learn the proper way to trim a cat's claws.

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Train Your Cat to Use a Scratching Post

Teaching your cat or kitten to use a cat scratching post may be necessary in the beginning. Learn the proper techniques for teaching your cat use a scratching post.

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Choosing the Best Cat Scratching Post

In order to choose the best cat scratching post for your cat, you need to know what your cat is looking for in a cat scratching post. Learn here.

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Why Cats Require Multiple Cat Scratching Surfaces

Cat scratching posts need to provide different scratching angles and surfaces to keep cats healthy and happy.

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Interesting Things to Know about Cats' Claws

Cats' claws are different from humans' nails. Learn some fun and fascinating facts about cat claws.

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