How to keep cats off outdoor furniture cushions

How to keep cats off outdoor furniture cushions

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How to keep cats off outdoor furniture cushions – without the need to get creative

Cats are known for their independent spirit, but that’s not always a good thing. If you’re anything like me, you have plenty of outdoor furniture cushions that your cat uses as a place to nap (okay, scratch) and that’s just the beginning of the troubles. Your cat just so happens to be very good at finding those hidden cat claws and when he does, it’s not a pretty sight.

Here’s a little trick I’ve learned and love to use in the summer to keep my cat from destroying those outdoor furniture cushions (at least the ones that I actually own).

Here’s what you’ll need:

A couple of outdoor furniture cushions

Plastic/rubber gloves

Cat repellent spray

A small rubber ball

You’re going to want to get creative and find a few different methods that work for you. The key is to get your cat off of the cushions as soon as possible. I’ve found that you can get the same effect using the below items for a temporary fix, but you can also take them home with you as a permanent solution.

The secret to this little trick is to make sure that your cat can’t get at the cushions. So, the first step is to get your gloves on, get the cat repellent spray, and spray it on the cushions. Then, you’ll want to place a small rubber ball inside. The ball creates enough of a distraction that your cat will just assume that it’s a toy and won’t bother trying to get at it. This is going to be your cat’s new best friend for the day and hopefully that will keep it safe from your furniture.

If you find your cat is still getting his hands on the cushions, then I have a quick tip that you can use. Rub your cat’s ears vigorously until it begins to squirm and act uncomfortable. If that works, then it’s a good indication that your cat may be looking for a place to scratch. It’s important to remember that your cat won’t scratch with his claws if he’s just looking for a place to scratch, so when you do this, remember to turn your cat’s attention away from the cushions by rubbing him on his paws.

Hopefully this has helped you keep your furniture in one piece and avoid having to resort to a little cat repellant spray. If you do end up using the spray, make sure that you don’t spray it directly onto the cushions. You want to spray it on your hand first and then rub it on the cushion. This will minimize the risk of any cat repellant transferring onto your furniture.

If you have any other cat furniture safety tips that have worked for you, let us know.

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