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Stop your cat scratching
Cats scratch: to sharpen their claws, to help remove the outer castings of the claw & to loosen up leg & shoulder muscles and tendons in the paws.
You can't stop scratching, it is normal behaviour. However, you can train your cat to scratch on specifically designated objects
- Make the current target unpleasant (perhaps temporarily covering it with plastic), at the same time provide a more attractive alternative ie scratch post or scratch board.
- Consider using water sprays (use when your cat starts scratching), though your cat may just stop scratching when you are around.
- Try placing orange peel around the location. Most cats find the citrus smell extremely unpleasant.
- Encourage your cat to use the scratch post provided. You can spray with catnip.
- Cats enjoy a scratch after a nap, try placing the scratch post close to your cat's favoured sleeping location.
- Cutting your cat's claws regularly will minimise damage caused.