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Destructive cats

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Destructive cats

Does your cat scratch at the furniture, chew your belongings, dig up your plant pots or steal food? If the answer is yes then your beloved pet might be trying to get your attention, creating its own fun, or expressing anxiety. As there are many reasons for destructive behaviours, you must first understand why your cat is being destructive if you are to stop it.

Why is my cat destructive?

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How can I stop my cat from being destructive?

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Are there other reasons for my cat to be destructive?

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Should I punish my cat for his destructive behaviour?

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