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Old May 22nd, 2016, 10:50 PM
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hello again:

LB has made some good suggestions regarding the use of wood.

It has been years since I've had a cat that preferred wood to scratch on, but it worked well.

It's a case of different textures of materials to match their preference.

Something I thought of - if you're still having problems after having tried some of the above mentioned posts - maybe it might be an idea to contact your vet or vet tech and describe your dilemna and see what they suggest. Maybe they might know a good feline behaviorist that you can contact by phone and discuss your situation and get their feedback.

Please keep us informed. Something like this could happen to any of us.
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