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Cat Scratching Advice

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Learn how you can manage your cat's scratching to help keep your cat happy and your furniture safe. Topics include nail clipping, nail covers and scratching posts as well as the benefits each provides.

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06 Jun 2010 9:08 am

savannahgregg said:

i want to be a vet when i grow up

06 Jun 2010 9:07 am

savannahgregg said:


06 Jun 2010 9:06 am

savannahgregg said:

i wish my cat would behave like that.

25 Mar 2010 2:10 pm

PeggyB said:

I have been trimming my cats' claws for years now, and, while they don't always appreciate it, they're resigned to the fact that I am going to get the job done. It is really very easy with the right scissors.

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