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paper bag tags cat scratching solutions & alternatives to declawing

by:Mengsheng     2020-03-15




















































"Catching a cat is a natural form of self.Expression of cats that meet multiple needs related to health and healthbeing.Scratching provides a natural nail to peel off the outer sheath or layer of the claw for hygienic purposes;For the sake of health and vitality, stretching of muscles, ligaments and tendons is allowed;Provide a way out to deal with stress and crisis;And offers a pleasant speciesSpecific activities related to excitement and play."This list was created to help those who need to address cat scratching behavior, as well as alternatives other than scratching.Our goal is to create an exhaustive list so that people have the information they need to understand the naturally healthy cat scratch behavior and practice while feeling capable and good at redirecting it to the designationNote: This list is very long and varied because it recognizes the cat's personal purpose, the reference to the pawn's purpose, and the unique cat scratch expression and impression.In other words, some of these solutions will work with your cat, while others will not.The purpose is to provide enough pawn options and implementation based on your specific needs, the needs of your cats and the needs of your cross-species families.While we want to collect 100 pawns, we want people to understand that we are not suggesting that you use all of this with a cat.We do recommend that people observe the behavior of their cat family members, look for clues and clues to identify the most effective and effective solutions in their particular cohabitation situation.Although it is not necessary for a person to use every option, solution, or intervention mentioned in the list...More pawns make sure there are some solutions available to any cat, any purrson and any family.1.Have you created a space or area at home that makes your cat family feel safe, safe and comfortable?A relaxed cat is unlikely to scratch casually and without distinction.2.Do you have scratch surfaces that provide texture or multi-texture that your cat likesTexture options?(fabric;wood;window screen;upholstery;rugs/carpet;The mattress is ticking;Jianma, basket weaving;cardboard;3.Have you provided scratch surfaces that offer various scratch directions?4.Have you provided a scratch surface as a response to the scratching behavior of your cat family members, which remains stationary and stable?5.Does your scratch rod or scratch surface provide a vertical height of 28 inch to 36 inch so that your cat can reach, pull and stretch the whole body?6.Do you place the scratch surface in the area where the scratch behavior is observed?(A place in the sleeping area;The location of food and water bowls;At the entrance/exit/door/window sill;Close to furniture;7.Have you placed several scratches/surfaces in multiple areas of your home so that your cat has a chance to land the right scratches in the right place at the right time?8.Do you provide enough scratch sockets to accommodate multiplecat household?9.Have you placed scratched pillars/surfaces in the common area where the family spends most of the time?10.Have you considered buying bass?Scratching the Surface combination like CatAWhack?Cats like to overlook the area they share with you and your family;Bass provides a great platform for spy fun things, entertainment and watching "eyes"to-Watch with other family members...Like any family member who wants to communicate or share their findings, they need a way to communicate with you ...... This is a convenient way to express scratch surfaces (aka: writing boards.11.Does scratch behavior occur before, during, or after exposure to a specific experience or activity?12.Whether the scratch behavior occurs at a specific time of the day (dawn, dusk, midnight );After a specific activity (Wake up from sleep, eat, play );Or after seeing other felines, birds, squirrels or interacting with family dogs or other felines (at home, see through the window, smell through the window screen or under the door )?13.Do you combine meeting a variety of daily needs with the placement of scratch surfaces?For example, creating a space where feeding, drinking, sleeping, playing, exercising, stretching and scratching can happen.Designated purification space to meet multiple needs related to cat healthThe presence and activities of daily life make the smell placement of natural circulation a booster for return visits and repeated scratches.14.Do you have any rewards for scratching behavior on the designated "paw" surface, including snacks, cat flapping, emotions, pawn praise and/or play time?15.Did you try to put it on or near the scratch surface when you stroked the cat?This usually stimulates the "knead" action, and the claws retract and extend the claws into and out of the scratch surface, resulting in a pleasant feeling and a desire to return and repeat.16.Did you use the reward or power reinforcement of your cat response?(treats;Interactive Play Time;Time to play alone with the treat ball;praise;kitty massage;catnip;Access Area, room, closet, basement, etc.17.Have you used scratch stickers/specify interactive game times around scratch surfaces or attracted your cat family with attractions, sounds, smells, flavors that encourage exploration around the unit?(dangle toys;chase toys;catnip;hidden treats;pre-Recording the sound of "prey" at regular intervals;Chasing, tagging, or hidden games-n-18.Have you tried to change positive rewards and reinforcement to make your cat more interesting?19.Have you placed an automatic treatment dispenser on the scratch column/surface?(Self-made vending machine or work-to-Eat toys by cutting small holes in brown paper bags, small cartons or end-folded toilet paper rolls;20.Have you been trying to redirect, reward and reinforce the scratching behavior that specifies the "claws on" surface?21.Do you provide your cats with at least 14 days to change their scratch practice to an approved surface?22.Have you made the old scratch-infested or "claw-off" surface unattractive to your cat family?(Cover with double-sided tape or furniture protector, such as sticky furniture strips;Rolling sticky claws;Safe smell or non-useToxic insect repellent for unwanted scratch parts such as orange peel, natural citrus, lemon or orange spray, pet organic no scratch!Apple spray or insect repellent;used Motion-Activate deterrence, a motion detector that senses your cat as it approaches the old scratch spot and releases air from the compressed aerosol tank;Place aluminum cans filled with noisy things such as coins, pebbles or dried beans (remember to tape them at the opening with natural latex tape) swing around the edges of unwanted scratch areas, such as armrests of chairs.The scratch action can cause the jar to fall, create noise, and prevent repeated performances.23.Have you ever used pet deodorant like nature miracle for cats, using orange oxygen power stains and deodorant at old scratches before covering them?(The smell gland in the claw pad is accompanied by the placement of scratches.24.Have you considered using bananas as a scratch-proof agent?Believe it or not, it is reported that some cats do not like the taste of bananas.You can put a banana or a bunch of bananas near the "claws"From \ "area or surface.Other options include natural banana extract or banana powder.Note: All cats are different and have different reactions to the smell.25.Did you put a smooth or satin throw blanket on the furniture that had a scratch?This texture plus the blanket is easy to slip, sliding and moving will make it difficult for your cat family to get a good "catch" and therefore less appealing than other surfaces or textures.Note: Although you want the blanket to move somewhat as the scraping attempt is made, it will attach to the upholstery, so it will remain in place and not fall to the ground.If you have leather or vinyl furniture, secure one end of the blanket onto the mat.26.Do you encourage technology transfer by placing the CatAWhack unit/scratch surface where previous scratches haunt (aka: sofa, kitchen table, door or window frame, carpet or carpet, curtain, shower curtain, grasping practice from "claws --From "surface to" clawson”?27.Have you gradually removed the CatAWhack unit or another scratch surface from previous scratches in 14 days in order to build your cat's scratch practice on the "claws"On the surface of the entire family or outside the perimeter of the room rather than the regular walking traffic path in the center?28.If you have kittens, do you get them used to processing claws so that they are more comfortable with nail trimming?29.Do you trim the cat's paw at least once a month, or do you ask the vet to trim it for you?30.Do you avoid trimming the cat's claws because you don't know how to trim the cat's claws, or because you are afraid of cutting the nails quickly?If so, here are some resources to help you: how to trim the cat's claws;31.If it's hard for you to trim the cat's claws, have you tried the Klaw Kontrol bag, which limits the action of completing the basic grooming?32.If your cat family gets anxious during the manicure process, have you ever tried to cover your eyes, minimize reactions to the environment and create a sense of calm at the cat's muzzle?Note: the proper kitty muzzle used by veterinary technicians and beauticians has been found to be a safe and humane way, it is possible to minimize or reduce cat stress during grooming and certain types of medical interventions and treatments.If you decide to use this option, make sure that the gunpoint is appropriate before proceeding so that your kitten's nose can pass through the front opening;If you can see the nose clearly, then kitty can breathe freely!Like anything else, not all cats will have the same reaction to a cat, and without one, some cats will do better.Important: give your cat family some time to get familiar with the gunpoint before trying this option...Put it on the floor and let her brush it up and introduce it gradually in a few days.33.Have you ever tried music designed specifically for Cat's keen hearing sensitivity to stimulate a sense of calm?Pet Acoustics found that in order to maintain the relaxation of the cat, the cat prefers the continuous tone for a long time and the harmony at medium to low volume.Pet acoustic music can help create an environment that minimizes stress and excessive scratch activity in response to a variety of things in the environment, including grooming (nail trim sessions) car trips or veterinary visits.34.Have you tried the soft claw sticky nail cap covering the claws for 4 to 6 weeks?Here is a video demo of help: how to apply a soft claw and a soft claw nail cap with a veterinary doctor35.Have you tried the plug in the comfort zone of Feliway?A natural substance that has no odor for humans, it imitates the cat's facial sex hormones to reduce scratching that overreacts to a stressful environment?36.Have you tried click training that pairs the click sound with the desired behavior and reward delivery?When they move in the direction of the desired area and engage in scratch behavior, clicks attract their attention.Immediately follow the sound of the click and actively strengthen until new behaviors occur on a regular basis.37.Do you provide at least 15 minutes of game time per day for your cat family?38.Have you taken the time to look at your cat and look for clues and clues on how to inspire their collaboration?What makes your cat's beard curl, make a tail ss sound, let the purring motor run, or motivate meow?39.Have you provided a stimulating environment to make your cat happy?For example, have you opened the curtains, blinds and curtains;Provides a high enough habitat to see the window;And put a scratch socket nearby?40.If you live in a basement apartment with only a few windows, have you ever considered playing a DVD with footage of outdoor creatures like birds, squirrels, rabbits, crickets, etc, or do mice provide visual stimulation and rich environment?Did you put a scratch face nearby?41.Have you considered introducing attractive sounds or recordings around the designated scratch surface or area?The rattle of brown paper bags;The scratching sound of the nail on the texture surface;The sound of the index finger tapping under the blanket;42.These sounds will stimulate predatory preparation responses, encourage scratches in the Sound area, and strengthen scratch activity on the designated scratch surface of the sound source and around it.You can also enhance the effect by placing hidden snacks and toys near the sound that have a similar look, texture and quality to sound-related prey.43.Have you considered placing cat puzzles or small cube holes with hidden treatments near the scratch surface, or placing a treatment dispenser nearby to distribute treatments?44.Another great temptation is to use the light source at night to project the moving shadow onto the floor, wall or ceiling located near the designated scratch area to encourage the use of claws.Shadows can be created by placing the light source behind moving, rotating, or rocking objects and adjusting the intensity and position of the light source to achieve shadows of different levels and modes.45.Consider using Calvin clay for a male obsession with cologne.It was found to have attracted wild cats who had been imprisoned and reacted illegally.Check out the Calvin Klein cologne wild cat video.A spray or two on or around the scratch surface may be exactly what it takes to catch the cat's attention.46.Have you considered buying one of many iPhone or iPad apps for cats to provide some play time for your cat family near scratch surfaces?47.Have you ever consulted an animal ethologist who specializes in cat behavior?Claw rescue organization, or ProVet?48.Have you used an internet search engine like Google or Yahoo to find out more about cat behavior and scratch exercises?49.Here are some websites that may provide information, resources, tools and products that can help: Cat and female mattresses;Jackson Galaxy cat behavior expertClaws need paw movement;Doctor of Veterinary MedicineChristian SherinDoctor of Veterinary Medicine and author50.If your cat has experienced a recurrence of a cat scratch and starts scratching its clawsOff \ "area, explore the reasons that might trigger behavior: Is there anything new or different in the environment?Is there a new member of the family, or is there no member of the family recently?Whether changes in the external environment contribute to internal changes, such as building projects in the area, a neighbor who has affinity for loud music, or any noise that might scare or scare your cat family members when they take up his designated space or practice his scratching behavior?Is the kitten boring?Does the home improvement project leave a new flavor, and guests entering the family may carry the smell of their cat family members, which can only be detected in your cat's sensitive nostrils, or other smells that may cause a scraping reaction or need to place the smell?51.Do some detective work if you're not sure what caused your cat to suddenly change in scratch practice.Consider making an appointment with your vet to see if there are physical or medical reasons;Invest in a motion detection camera to check-Watch via wireless remote video and stay with your cat family at any time throughout the day, which may provide some clues as to what will happen when you are away.52.If you are using the CatAWhack unit or other cat furniture with scratch panels, consider moving it occasionally (every 4-6 months) to another ideal location, such as a new window view, to keep the kitten engaged, curious, stimulating, or reconfigure the CatAWhack unit by moving the grab board, the bed, or to leave the toy, or introduce a new component or accessory, such as a box, more than half of the blanket, a new toy.Remember, don't scratch purely ...... Put yourself in the claws and simply find a way to motivate the claws to reach the designated surface.Give your cat a chance to itch!They are only trying to find their own way;Identify their areas;Find out where they belong;allocate space;Draw a map of the perimeter;Define boundaries;Let the residents of other families know that they are there;communicate;Self-practice activitiesHelp with health, longevity and healthy carebeing;And establish identity within the family unit.Help us add to the list!We can work together on 100 interventions and solutions.What do you say?The power of claws: Claws and everything!We can do it!
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