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My cat Zoey seems to love the softness of one of my area rugs upstairs. I pretty much solved that scratching problem by placing a cat post right next to the rug. However, just directly outside of that particular room she has always clawed the carpet on the stairwell. I cannot put a cat post on the stairwell. First off, it isn’t safe having an obstacle there. Secondly, there is no room to put it. Any ideas for this problem?
If you have appropriate cat scratching posts that your cat uses, but she is still scratching at certain bits of carpet, the reason is likely to be one of these:
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Some cats prefer vertical surfaces and some prefer horizontal surfaces. A good bet is to buy an inexpensive flat corrugated cardboard scratcher, available almost anywhere, and have it available (as well as a cat post).It is wise to give your cat or kitten an extra scratching surface, such as a corrugated cardboard floor mat or two. It is also a good idea to place a scratching post on each floor of your house or in more than one spot if your house has several rooms.The surface of the scratching post should be covered with a rough, tough material–sisal, hemp or something similarly nubby. Carpet does not satisfy most cats, and can confuse them because they will not be allowed to scratch the carpet on the floor of your home.The truth of the matter is your cat will scratch whether you provide him with a scratching post or not. Furniture, carpets and door frames are frequent casualties! Buying a few scratching posts and boards for your cat will stop him from destroying your home and save money in the long run.We have no place for a scratching post for our 2 cats so...I thought, why not put it on the wall. Carpet stapled to the wall and trim out with chair rail. Some cat nip spray and they love it. We had the carpet remnant and the chair rail so it cost $0.Carpet is another popular fiber for scratch posts and, once again, it’s a great option for your home. This may be the best option for homes that pride themselves on appearances. Carpet can be easily matched up to the current paint or existing flooring, making it very attractive. It’s also extremely durable and your cats will love taking their naps on the soft fibers.