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Does your cat scratch or bite when you play with him? This behavior can be painful and annoying. Unfortunately, because of the way they've been taught to play, many cats are prone to using claws and teeth on human skin.
Want to put a stop to biting and scratching? Avoid inappropriate play behavior with claws and teeth on skin, and instead redirect predatory behavior toward proper outlets, like toys and food puzzles. Watch the video below for more easy-to-follow tips and strategies.
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