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    How to Replace the Carpet on a Cat Scratching Post

    by Catherine Holden Robinson
    Your cat cannot take herself downtown for a manicure special. If she's an outdoor cat she may sharpen her nails on trees, or perhaps your sofa is she's an indoor feline. A cat scratching post can save your furniture from the damage a cat's claws can cause, but over time, it will begin to look a bit ...

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