Cat Furniture

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February 3, 2009 | By Becky B. | 7

Buddy has recently started marking my best furniture when he gets annoyed with the me or our other cats. He has gotten a clean bill of health from the vet. I'd really like to stop this habit but have never used a product like Feliway. What advice can… more ›

kelley g.

February 3, 2009

A: Have you ever tried feilaway. It is cat phermone product that is calming. Do a google search. We have had success with it. Also i would get something that can get the smell from the furniture.

January 24, 2009 | By Lmjade | 13

I have a 14 year old cat who likes to sharpen her claws on my furniture (regardless of alternatives I buy for her). Am replacing couch and need suggestions on how to keep new chairs protected.

Josh  P.

January 24, 2009

A: You could try a scat mat but I prefer bitter apple spray for cats. Spray 1 shot only in their mouth, then near the areas you'd like them to stay away from. Give them a scratch post and spray it with cat nip spray.

November 15, 2008 | By Lora W. | 8

My cat has started scratching up my furniture and under my bed. She uses her scratching post when you catch her, so she's knows better. Does anyone know of a product that would work to stop the scratching?

Breezy P.

November 18, 2008

A: I have a cat named ember and she is a scratcher. I discovered this product called SoftClaws or SoftPaws (its the same manufacturer with different names.) Its this little plastic cap that you super glue onto the cats claws. It prevents them from scrat… more ›

September 19, 2008 | By hallie m. | 6

Hello all! I apologize if this has been asked before, but I'm trying to find resources on how to build your own cat furniture with as little expense or knowledge as possible. (I'm usually broke and pretty much all thumbs when it comes to things lik… more ›

hallie m.
Jennifer D.

September 19, 2008

A: take a look at this site. I am going to be trying this next weekend. After looking at the photos I figured it would be easy to make one of these with just plastic PVC pipes and joints you buy at a hardware store. cover the pipes with fabric and glue … more ›

July 26, 2008 | By Jan H. | 2

I'm looking to buy a piece of cat furniture for two large (not fat) cats. Furniture I saw at local pet stores seemed too small. I'm currently considering Drs Foster & Smith Amusement Park or Mega Spiral Penthouse. Our home is small with not much s… more ›

Jan H.
Debbie K.

July 26, 2008

A: We just have a small three tier one for my three cats, and they love it. I would suggest ordering one from Foster and Smith becuase from what I have seen most pet stores don't carry large ones. Plus, theirs just look so cool. I wanted to get one, but… more ›


April 16, 2009 | By Linda | 0

When I moved into this house several years ago, I noticed the back windows in my bedroom faced east and got a lot of sun in the morning. However, the windowsills were rather narrow. How could my kitties get a nap in the sun? Well, maybe if I got a ca… more ›

February 26, 2009 | By Oldmaidcatwoman | 0

I was reading through some reviews yesterday and saw one for "Catmopolitan". It sounded like it would be a funny read and, as a bonus, one of the reviewers said they had ideas for cat furniture and perches. When I first decided I wanted to build a … more ›

January 24, 2009 | By Jello1 | 0

This was a new company I saw recommended online, so ordered from them to compare to Amarkat. This product is 6 feet tall, but it's also 3 feet wide, so it is well able to handle feline jumping without being tippy. It does take up a lot of space, bu… more ›

January 3, 2009 | By Oldmaidcatwoman | 2

We went to Costco today to check out their cat furniture. They don't have the cat tree that is featured online--I really wanted to see it. They did have some smaller trees/climbers that are pretty nice and much more reasonably priced than the pet s… more ›

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