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“I HAVE CAT” writes about Cat Friendly Sofa

A couple of days ago one of the most reputable cat’s blogI HAVE CAT – wrote an article about Cat Friendly Sofa and our cat-resistant sofa covers. How nice to read our story on a such important blog. “Cat Friendly Sofa was started in 2014 by Lusine Manukyan (a fellow Armenian – woot!) and her husband Luigi Delfino who reside in Putignano, Italy. As parents to five cats, they understood a cat’s desire to scratch was natural and served several purposes (I love that they discuss the reasons cats scratch on their website in an effort to educate).  Knowing declawing wasn’t an option, they saw the need for a product that would accommodate their cats natural behavior without jeopardizing their furniture“. Thank you so much to the blogger Tamar Arslanian for the words she had for us. Read more here.

Cats blog

http://ihavecat.com/2018/03/12/decorating-with-cats-cat-friendly-sofa/

Tested against cat’s scratching

Plume is our beloved cat. Luigi, our Marketing Manager, found her, seven years ago, in a field covered by snow in a cold day of December: a furry kitten abbandoned. She grew up developing a strong personality, making special our days. Plume inspired our business and she played a crucial role on the idea to launch a 100% cat-proof sofa cover, offering so the right the alternative to the terrible practice of declawing. Everyday Plume is involved in our Quality & Measurements control when we test the resistency of our covers, before to ship them. We thought that it was nice to share her picture with you.

Tested cat-resistant sofa cover

Protection for leather sofas

This wonderful British Shorthair was used to jump and scratch on the 2 leather sofas of the dining room. How to blame a such sweet cat for it? He needed to sharp his claws and, jumping and playing on the sofas he had already made some scratches, damaging the leather. That’s why we have studied a customized antiscratch solution, providing a tailored cat-proof sofa cover for the 2 sofas and one ottoman. Now the owner can enjoy the company of her beloved cat with no more concerns for the integrity of the dining room. And the scratching post? Well, she confessed us that her cat prefers to scratch sofa arms and edges than the scratching post!

British Shorthair scratches leather sofas