Cats love–and need–to scratch. That’s just a fact. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to say goodbye to claw-mark-free furniture. The first and perhaps most important item in your anti-furniture-scratching arsenal is a proper cat scratching post.
Cats can use scratching posts to naturally keep their nails in good shape. However, there are times where you will probably need to help out and give them a trim. Here’s a beginner’s guide for trimming your cat’s nails.
Cats love to scratch. The feeling they get running their claws on a hard surface can be relaxing and calming. But when your cat chooses to use your favorite furniture as a scratching post, it’s not very relaxing for you! Here’s what you can do.
The pros and cons of clipping, capping, or leaving your cat’s nails full length.
My wife and I just got a cat for our family and everyone loves her. The only problem is that Furball is clawing our dining room chairs into ribbons.
You’ve found the perfect apartment, paid your deposit, and moved in; one problem: Your cat has her own ideas about what’s off limits and what isn’t.
Simply put, declawing a cat is akin to cutting off a human finger at the top knuckle.
Declawing doesn’t just remove a cat’s nails, it involves bone amputation and leads to all sorts of health problems. Here are some safe alternatives.