Does your cat claw your furniture or rugs? Cats do need to claw to sharpen their nails yet many cat owners do not want their furniture and rugs destroyed, so cats are surrendered to shelters or declawed.
It is important to give your cat an acceptable place to sharpen their claws, but sometimes if it difficult for the cat owner to re-train their cat to use the acceptable place.
However, there are a number of products that will help re-train your cat and prevent your cat from destroying furniture and rugs. Fe-Lines has successfully developed a product line called Sticky Paws® to solve the problem and has been successful for over fifteen years.
What is nice about Sticky Paws® products is that each month, a portion of the proceeds from the products are donated to animal charities.
Sticky Paws® products have received numerous awards, including the Editor’s Choice Award from Cat Fancy® magazine in 1997 and 2003; and the Seal of Approval from the ASPCA, just to name two.
To see a full line of their products go to : http://www.stickypaws.com
or meet Fe-Lines at the Global Pet Expo in Orlando, FL March 16-18, 2011.