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Old May 21st, 2016, 02:43 PM
t3ch t3ch is offline
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Location: Calgary, Alberta
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Cat won't stop scratching i'm about to get him declawed

So i've had my lovely male all black cat for 2 years now. He's the best cat i've ever encountered he has such a kind nature, bit cuddler chatty little guy and he would never dare to scratch anyone, everyone is his friend, including our 3 years old white cat we got a year ago they are really getting along well, not the big problem is since the day we adopted him he's been driving us insane with the scratching, he scratched everywhere BUT on one of our 2 scratching post (1 per floor). Carpet, furnitures, etc he's destroyed most of our goods and we just can't take it anymore. Our white cat went right away on the 2 scratching post and never touched anything else, she's happy scratching them she even twitch her tail she's so cute, while our black one used to scratch the post maybe a day a month... now he doesn't even touch them anymore.

We've tried to spray him when he scratches where he shouldn't, we tried to put cat deterrent and he only got smart about it, he doesn't scratch close to us anymore he just goes far or when we sleep.
Any suggestions before I get him declawed? I'd rather now but at this point it's either this or we get rid of him.
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