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An alternative for cats to not scratch couches and armchairs

Cat Friendly Sofa always underlines that hard surface is a must  for cat scratching and not just a bad habit as it seems to be. How funny would it be to teach our cats to sharpen their claws as women care about their nails. Well, to trim cat claws is a usual practice, but until now no cat attempts to do a real manicure like the one in the picture.

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“I appreciated very much your seriousness and professionalism!”

There’s nothing more encouraging than receiving the pictures of your cats and sofa finally protected with Cat Friendly Sofa! Cristiano from Turin bought a new sofa a few days ago and wanted to protect it with our sofa cover at once choosing the proper colour. Champagne – the colour chosen creates a good colour combination with the colours of his sofa and walls. A modern and lively environment like his cats that can now lie on sofa arms without being scolded.

Couch arms covered with Cat Friendly Sofa

Couch arms covered with Cat Friendly Sofa

Microfiber, does it really work against scratching?

Does microfiber work against scratching? Recently we found  a good number of notes about microfiber and its magical anti-scratch effects… Does it really work? A miracle called microfiber?

 Well, actually, cats may show different behaviours. Sometimes cats may seem too lazy or don’t like your couch so much for scratching. Of course, there are such moments or such cats but not always. Anyway, even a lazy cat needs to sharpen its nails. Especially for indoor cats our couches seem something alluring and stimulate them to scratch. So the soft and smooth microfiber designed to resist your cat’s claws and considered to be unattractive for cats will, certainly, be destroyed soon. If the cat wants to scratch it will scratch your microfiber couch and, in the end, tear it to pieces. Microfiber is not a solution for sure, at least not for all cats.

Microfiber couch cover

Microfiber couch cover

Sofa addicted

How many hours do our cats spend on our sofas? Uncountable, I would say. After jumping everywhere catching a mouse – or something that reminds that – they need to have a rest as shown in this image. After this, scratching comes like the spontaneous and natural thing.

Cat lies on couch

 

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