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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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4. Use milk cartons to create a kitty litter scoop.

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If you have some empty plastic bottles you bought from supermarkets, this litter scoop will costs you nothing except a couple of minutes effort. If you don’t always buy 2 liter bottles, some of the “value” varieties cost under 20p for 2 litres. 20p is still a great deal less expensive than the cost of a cat litter scoop in a pet store. Or simply try to get a big plastic drinks bottle from a friend.

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This scoop helps a lot with lighter weight litters e.g. wood pellets, paper pellets. The bottle plastic is not enough for Fullers Earth however you could try by cutting a shorter shovel section than shown below.

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5. Use Terrariums to keep your cats from walking around with dirty paws or getting into your plants.

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As the days become colder and shorter, plants from window confines and screened-in yard grower are brought inside. Tulip, a curious dark-striped cat, eyes the new augmentations to her surroundings, jumping up on the end table to get a better view. few moments later, she is snacking the greenery — and a few minutes later, she’s regurgitating up a frothy green wreckage on the floor covering. It is difficult to keep felines and plants in a similar space, however with some creativity, it is conceivable.

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6. Put pine cones in potted plants, since they are uncomfortable for your cat to step on and will keep them out.

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Jan suggests, “I had great results utilizing expansive pine cones packed/wedged on top of the dirt. Since they come marginally curved and it’s easy to fit them in a round pot. You can water through them and hurl them when they get dusty. In all the years I had expansive plants and loads of felines just a single little stinker figured out how to uncover a few cones to play with. Most didn’t like the feel neither smell of them. An obviously this didn’t stop them from snacking on the new palm shoot tips!

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7.Keep your cats from chewing exposed cords by covering them with split tubing.

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Cats won’t only find the way an object sounds or smells attractive they also admire all things with interesting tastes or textures. This can produce some cats creating a habit of chewing on things especially plastic cords, phone rechargers and head phones. This can’t just be frustrating for you as it can create some expensive repairs but it can be dangerous for your cat as these materials can lead to problems in electrocution or with their digestion which is a tragic and avoidable accident. If your cat has this problem of chewing power cords then you need to stop, take a look at the advice to make sure all the electrical cables are cat covered.

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8. NATURE’S MIRACLE. It gets rid of cat-pee stains and bad smell that are otherwise indestructible.

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9. Make a window perch for your cat to see what is going on outdoor.

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10. Or you can use an old ladder as a cat climbing ramp.

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11. Keep your cat from unraveling toilet paper by buying a cute cover.

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12. Create your own flea repellent.

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13. Make your own cat deterrent so it won’t scratch or jump on the furniture.

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14. Use plastic Easter eggs to create fun puzzle toys.

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15. Build a “catio” so your cat can experience a taste of the outdoors.

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16. Use a real tree as a stylish cat scratching and climbing post.

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17. Use an old cardboard box and a ball to create a fun and inexpensive game for your cat.

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19.Use the sink as opposed to the bathtub if you need to bathe your cat.

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This allows you to bring your cat closer, making it easier to wash him, and the confining space is especially helpful for very reluctant kitties.

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20.Use kitty grass, which will provide fiber if your cat has trouble with hairballs.

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21. Draw a circle around your pet’s food with chalk to keep ants away.

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Ants don’t walk across chalk!

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22. Leave some empty space on shelves for your pet to perch.

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23. Hide the litter box inside a cabinet or chest.

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24. Spend a few moments each day brushing down your cat, and you’ll have less fur on your furniture!

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25. Running your hands over the furniture with rubber gloves on is an easy way to get rid of cat hair.

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26.Keep your cat’s food out of reach from the dog by making a food-dish shelves.

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27. Remember, if your cat is blinking slowly at you, it means they love you 🙂

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