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Without protection, furnishings can suffer abuse when people and pets are sharing the house. This is a page about protecting furniture from pets.


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July 22, 2009

Use scraps of material to make small tied quilts. Size depends on pet, however 3x4 feet works best for most cats and small to medium sized dogs. Use fleece for the backing and quilt batting to fill.

Several positioned around the house makes perfect furniture protection. The size mentioned above is perfect to cover the seats and tuck into the sides of chairs or backs of sofa cushions. These small quilts are easy to grab and wash and very easy to train pets to use because they are so soft and familiar. Use fabric that compliments the decor.

By Marcia Kania from Graytown, OH

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December 8, 20170 found this helpful

This is a page about protecting leather furniture from cats. One of the best ways to protect your furniture is to put nail covers on your cat's claws.


They are soft, plastic tips, that glue onto the nails and prevent them from scratching inappropriately. They are safe and easy to apply.

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