Are you tired of your furniture and favorite clothes getting scratched up after a visit from your feline? Shooing your cat away will do little to curb their behavior. As PAWS highlights, “Because scratching is a normal behavior, and one that cats are highly motivated to display, it’s unrealistic to try to prevent them from scratching.” They suggest redirecting their habit to scratch acceptable objects instead.
Considering this, one of the best objects to give your cat to relieve their scratching impulses is their very own cat scratcher. Our Scratch-N-Sniff Double Cat Scratcher will let your cat scratch to their heart’s desire. What’s so special about this particular cat scratcher is that it features micro-encapsulated catnip aroma bursts made with North-American-grown catnip. The attractive qualities of catnip will in turn work to divert your cat’s interest in scratching your possessions to the cat scratcher instead.
Another great alternative is to treat your cat to our Ultimate Cat Scratcher Lounge. Made from recycled corrugated cardboard, non-toxic corn starch glue,and premium satin cardboard siding, it gives your cat a practical and enjoyable means to unleash all of their scratching desires.
Speaking of catnip, you may be wondering what all the fuss about it is. There are numerous benefits to giving your cat catnip. Care highlights that catnip encourages your cat to enjoy themselves as well as move and play more. These benefits are particularly useful in helping overweight cats to get the exercise they need to trim down.
If you’re after a high-quality batch to give to your cat, Cosmic Gold TM Catnip Nuggets is it. This GMO-free product is two to three times more potent than average, making it more effective than many other options on the market. What’s more, it’s presented in a “nuggetized” form to ensure that it lasts for much longer and is easy to give to your cat.
A cat harness is yet another useful item cat owners should consider buying. Although harnesses are usually associated as being an item used for dogs, a harness plays just as useful a role for cats. “A cat harness lets your cat explore their surroundings without the constant worry that they’ll sprint off,” says Angela Stringfellow from Safe Sound Pet. “Putting one on your cat whenever they’re out in your yard or on a walk with you gives you the peace of mind that they’re safe and gives them the freedom to roam.”
When picking a harness, be sure to choose one that fits well and is comfortable for them to wear. If your cat hasn’t worn one before, it may take a little while for them to get used to it. It’s a good idea to get them acquainted to the feeling of wearing it by first putting it on without a leash. Once they are used to it, you should have no problem attaching a leash and putting the harness to good use!
Are your belongings covered in cat hair? How about your floor and other surfaces? While grooming your cat will help reduce the amount of hair shed, you won’t be able to stop it completely. That’s why an easy-to-use vacuum for cat hair is one of the most useful items you can use as a cat owner.
While you probably already own a vacuum that you use to get rid of cat hair, there is a clear distinction between different vacuum models. Some are far more effective at vanquishing the sight of hair in your home than others. What’s more, newer models tend to boast helpful features that can help maintain a cleaner home and enhance your family’s health. For example, a HEPA filter will help reduce airborne pathogens and trap even the tiniest of pet hairs. This is an essential feature to look for if anyone in your family suffers from allergies or asthma.
Emma is a freelance writer at Pet Life Today, specializing in writing about pets, outdoor pursuits, and family living.
Emma is from the UK, and has lived in Costa Rica and New Zealand before moving to a smallholding in Spain with her husband, their two-year-old daughter, and 14 animals. This includes dogs, cats, horses, and poultry. She enjoys trail riding in the mountains near their home, riding her horse Trifle (who was a wedding present!) and taking along her two dogs Ronnie and Blue, who love adventures. Her other dogs, Rosie and Max, can usually be found having a snooze at home.
Emma is passionate about rescuing animals and providing them with a new life after being abandoned or abused. As well as their own four rescue dogs, Emma also fosters dogs for rehoming, providing them with love and training while searching for their forever homes.
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