Victoria on Cat Scratching

Not just a dog expert, Victoria's top tips for managing cat behavior were featured in a recent Cat Fancy article.  While she is best known for her work as a dog trainer, Victoria says that cat "behavior follows some universal rules" and offered some great tips for cats.

“Humans need to think about what the cat needs and then give him an appropriate outlet for that need,” she said. “In the beginning, it may be necessary to close off certain parts of the house until the cat has learned to scratch on the appropriate item. Covering items with tinfoil, though not my favorite, also works because cats won’t like the feel of it on their claws.”

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