Cats’ friendship with humans and their presence in homes goes back to thousands of years. But this ancient coexistence has not affected the instinctual habits of them. These habits and behaviors include scratching on uneven surfaces to remove the surface layer of the nail and determine the territory, as well as the interest in climbing high objects for hunting. In nature, cats scratching on trunks of trees and other objects. In homes, cats do this on furniture, carpets, curtains, and similar surfaces, and try to eliminate hunting and survival instincts by climbing high-rise appliances and hiding in enclosed spaces.
The best way to meet these instinctual needs of cats without damaging the furniture in the form of fun and entertaining conditions is to use products called Scratching post and Cat Tree, which are made with their favorite material and design.