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Connie's Pets Corner

Scratching cats
SOME cats have the tendency to destroy expensive furniture or scratch your skin. Unfortunately it is in their nature to do so, so stopping the behaviour completely is virtually impossible, but you can prevent it from happening all too often. Deploy a scratching post and divert your cat’s claws away…

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