How to choose Cat Furniture?
Is your lovable cat scratching up the furniture? Do you feel you have a panther living at home? It can feel that way when cat scratching gets out of hand. Having a cat at home should be an enjoyable experience, both for you and your pet. But cats have a mind of their own. They donít like being told what to do. So how do you ensure that your household items do not end up being Cat Furniture?
Choose good quality scratching posts and Cat Furniture. Thatís one way to reduce the stress and strain of bringing up a happy cat.
- a. Different shapes: Cat Condos may be vertical with a strong base and a platform on top. It can also come without the top platform. Some cats prefer a flat carpet like surface to dig their claws into. The good thing about these products is that you can avoid de-clawing your cat. cat scratching is a natural process and this will provide an effective alternative to your favorite furniture.
- Your Cat Furniture Shouldn't need to be treated with anything. We think this is a bad practice
- Whatís size? Ensure that the Cat Tree is sturdy and tall enough to allow your cat to really enjoy. Cats love to lounge and they would prefer to do it in style. A small cat condo can be frustrating. So choose an ideal height so your cat will be amply satisfied.
- Movable: Cats are very selective about spaces. If you cat prefers one corner, then ensure that the Cat Tree can be erected without too much trouble. One which can be assembled easily would be a good choice. You should also be able to dis-assemble it incase you are shifting your house to another location.
- Strength: Cats may look elegant and soft but they can be rather strong. So while choosing a Cat Tree select a sturdy one. Cheap tubes and flimsy press board are a definite no-no. Stability can also be ensured if the base is wide and is supported by a top shelf or platform. You cat would love to jump up high and perch on the landing for a quick snooze.
- Life: How long do you want your post to last? Well, a good post should last you for about three to five years. But it largely depends on your catís scratching tendencies. Over time, it will fray but you can nip the fibers so it looks clean and neat. Good maintenance will allow the post to last longer.
Thus, it would help to keep the above in mind while choosing your Cat Furniture to avoid your cat scratching the house carpet and furniture.
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