26 Brilliant Cat Pet Care Hacks you Must know

26 Brilliant Cat Pet Care Hacks you Must know

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The joys of owning a cat are so overwhelming, however caring for them can be a bit tricky and will require some work and effort. you cat pet will depend on you for many of their needs, such as food, health, and exercise, according to the American Humane Org, but pet care for your cats can be made a lot easier with these 27 cat hacks.

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1. Cover thin rope all round legs of end tables to produce scratching posts.

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If you don’t like to have a commercial cat scratch posts and you want your furniture to serve double duty you can consider wrapping a desk or table leg with a thin natural rope to create your own scratching post.

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The star of Animal Planet’s My Cat From Hell Jackson Galaxy/Cat Behaviorist says that wrapping one leg of a desk or table using a thin rope will give encourage your cat to scratch on the rope because the texture is more satisfying for the cat than the table’s wooden legs.

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2. And stack those end tables to create spaces for your cat to lounge on, and for pet supply storage.

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Build a condo for your cat pet using some living room tables! Get a solid coffee table and some end table that fits well then maybe paint them to match.

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Wrap sisal rope tightly around some of the legs to make scratching posts, use nontoxic glue wiping the wood as you add the rope or kinking the rope in place as you add it.

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Glue the end table on top of the coffee table and don’t forget to decorate the table with a door scratcher laid or plant. You can also stick an eye hook under the table tops to hang toys

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3. Add some dry green tea leaves to the cat litter box in order to reduc the unwanted smell.

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If you are a cat owner, maybe you already know that there is no way you can battle the unpleasant smell coming from the litter box, but DIY blogger Adam Verwymeren recommends using dried tea leaves in the box.

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Mixing dried tea leaves into the litter box won’t simply battle the odor, it will also work as an anti-bacterial on the litter, that means the litter box will be and stay clean, given your cats won’t eat it.

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