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My cat loves to lick tape. Is there anything harmful in the product for her if she licks it?
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Stops cats from destroying furniture and helps control inappropriate eliminationSafe for furniture, countertops, stereo speakers, drapes, carpets and moreTransparent strips are made of medical grade adhesive and are odor freeEasy to apply, simply pull off a strip from the brown backing sheet, apply then peel off the white "crack-n-peel" to expose the surface
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My cat keeps eliminating on the spare bed when her litter box is right next to it on the floor, I have a scat mat down but it only covers a quarter of

the bed...Without spending too much more money what else can I do to cover the rest of the bed to try to stop this behavior....
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I had this problem when i moved into a new house... i cleaned the area throughly and then put the food dish on the different spots... Cats don't want to eat where they, well, elminate.
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I've been dealing with a similar issue with my male cat since we moved, but he chooses certain corners of the carpet. One of the things we tried for awhile was aluminum foil. The sound scares them when they step on it. Unfortunately he just started moving further out from where we had it placed in the corners, but if your cat is afraid to even get up on teh bed, it may deter her from it completely. Good luck!
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Suggest you google your question. There are many cat information articles and blogs online. You will find that the cat is probably displacing a disturbance/anger/jealoousy/whatever, about the litter box or other issue. Be sure the litter box is kept clean, cats really hate unclean litter boxes. Do you have a new pet or baby in the house, etc etc. I like The Way of Cats blog and articles. You'll find your answers, and enjoy learning more about kitty behavior.
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What do you have to stop my new kitten from scratching up our furniture?

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Sticky Paws along with plenty of scratching pads may help deter kitty.
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My cat loves to lick tape. Is there anything harmful in the product for her if she licks it?

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