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A Helpful Tip for Getting Your Cat into a Carrier

Learn an easy tip to get your cat in the carrier.

Getting a reluctant cat into a carrier is not always easy. Learn a quick, easy tip to help it go more smoothly.


Cat Scratching Post
Purrfect Post Deluxe Product Name:

Purrfect Post Deluxe


Description:

This is the deluxe Purrfect Post with sisal material on the base as well as the post. This solid, double thick, heavy base ensures extra stability. It is the only post made with a double-thick base, standing 31.5 inches tall, allowing your cat to fully stretch while scratching! The Purrfect Post Deluxe allows for easy storage and transport.


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Tips and Facts

Thirty-three percent of U.S. households (or 38.2 million) own at least one cat.


Watch this showcase of the Purrfect Post products...

Softpaws come in a lot of exciting colors and color combinations.

What are Soft Paws?

Soft Paws are nail caps that slide on over your cat's claws to help protect against problem scratching. The caps blunt the claws so no damage occurs when your cat scratches, allowing your cat to do what comes naturally—scratching—without damaging your belongings.

This humane alternative to declawing allows your cat to scratch freely, while you get to keep your furniture—and your sanity—intact.

The caps come in a variety of fun colors as well as clear for the more discreet feline.

Soft Paws Key Points:
  • They are safe and non-toxic.
  • Most cats don't even know they are wearing them.
  • They really work!
Watch this video of Dr Schelling
applying Soft Paws to Charlie, one of her cats.

Did you ever want to know more about cats? The Cat Health Mewsletter was created by veterinarian Dr. Christianne Schelling to help cat lovers learn more about the health, care and behavior of their feline companions.





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