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Kitty loves to scratch, but how do we teach our cats to use the scratching post instead of the furniture?
Yelling at the cat and punishing him won't work when it comes to destructive scratching. You have to use motivations that mean something to the cat. And you have to teach him where to scratch. Otherwise, how is he to know you want him to scratch the scratching post? Here are tips from KB, one of our readers, on how they've managed to keep their favorite feline in check.
Use the cat's favorite treats, a scratching post, a squirt bottle and some wide, double-sided sticky tape.
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