To train your cat to scratch acceptable objects, sprinkle catnip and a few food treats on a sisal-wrapped scratching post, a corrugated cardboard scratcher or even a non-treated fireplace log. Place it next to the object you wish to protect.read more
Breed: Long haired part Persian
Likes: Tuna and lots of head scratches
Dislikes: Chicken and being ignored
I fed Hollie for 2 years outside before she decided I was trustworthy. After that she decided to check out our home by running in, running around and then running out. After about a week of this I found her on our bed and looking at me as if to say, "I'm decided to stay, let's go to bed!". She is a very sweet kitty who has learned to trust. Even friends who visit she will allow them to pet her. So now instead of being matted, cold and hungry, she is very loved, spoiled and safe.
Cats reach full skeletal development when they are this old: