How to stop cats from digging the furniture

If your cat has ever reduced your upholstery to fringe, you know the galactic-level frustration of coping with a furniture-digging feline. Here are some ways to stop 'em.

Scratching is a natural behavior for cats – they all do it, and it’s even good for them.  But if you’ve ever had the back of a chair or the arms of your sofa reduced to fringe, you know the galactic-level frustration of coping with a furniture-digging feline.

A dozen ways to get rid of cat pee odor (fast and cheap!)

Don’t panic – you can actually get rid of cat pee odor very quickly using ordinary, everyday items you already have.

Pop quiz: your mother-in-law is pulling into the driveway and Fluffy just sprayed the guest room carpet. What are you gonna do?! a. shoot the cat b. shoot your mother-in-law c. shoot yourself If you’re a long-time cat owner, you know that all three possibilities race through your mind. But …

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Eight reasons why cats boycott the litter box

The most common cause of cat toilet problems – and fortunately, most easily fixed – is the litter box itself. Here’s a quick checklist of potential litter box issues that could very well be the heart of the problem.

The most common cause of cat toilet problems – and fortunately, most easily fixed – is definitely the litter box itself. While there are many possible causes for cats urinating or defecating outside the box, the box should be the first place you look. Here’s a quick checklist of potential …

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