Generally, the fact that your cat belongs to a specific breed means it shares anatomic and behavioral features with the other cats of the same breed. The Ragdoll, for example, has the reputation as an easy-going and quiet cat, while the Devon Rex cannot stay too long alone without the company of its owner. Some study reports that the scratching attitude changes passing from a breed to another one. Well, Cat Friendly Sofa prepared for you this “Naughty-Nice List”, but mind that any cat is unique and special for its habits and attention it dedicates us and… our couch arms as well!
Maybe you already noticed, in company of our cats, sometimes our couch looks like a funny theather. They jump everywhere, playing with the first object they can catch. What’s the best excuse to scratch a couch? Look at our LULU to have your answer.
A confusing and hot topic for cat lovers is whether to declaw their beloved cat or not. A temptation that appears easy, quick and useful for YOU but not for the cat. To have a clear idea what declawing is let’s explain it on you. Look at your fingers. Look well. Now imagine the small bone that your fingernail covers cut. How does it feel? Not pretty well, right? So, your cat feels the same but doesn’t have a voice to express itself. Declawing is one of man’s aggressive influence on cats to make everything perfect for him. Want a cat? Have it! Want a cat on a sofa avoiding any further problems? Have it all… But try to think a little about your kitty that you love so much. There are so many ways to avoid scratched and destroyed soft furnitures. Some cats feel comfortable with a scratching post and some are not satisfied with it. Cat Friendly Sofa offers cat friendly cover for sofa/armchair arms and backrests that works perfectly with cats. One of the alternative solutions to declawing, if not the best!