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what about giving him a piece of similar wood? I think that cats get very attached to textures, and don't like switching from, say, your couch to sisal. But if you offered them some uphoulstery they'd probably be fine.
Now someone needs to tell me how to get Woody to stop scratching floorboards--that's the only thing he wants, specifically a piece of pine in a particular area between two rooms. Completely ignores all other surfaces, and only wants it in that room (where, unfortunately, it would be impractical to put a horizontal scratcher). He won't *touch* vertical poles or toys.
Perpetually breastfeeding or pregnant ENFP mom to a lot of kids...wife to a midwestern nice guy...living in tropical paradise...pink cats and homebirths rock!
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