Cat Trees

Cat Trees

How to build a cat house out of wood?

We need to prepare material tools such as boards, metal sticks, saws, and nails.

Cut the board first to make a rectangle.

Second, nail them together to make a wooden box sub-structure. Make round holes on one side for easy cat access.

Third, drill holes in the wooden boxes and boards and string them up with metal rods.

Finally, fitted with a solid base, a good cat climber is made.

 

How to get a cat out of a tree?

Use food or something your cat likes to entice it down. If it's your cat, use something he likes to attract him. If you don't know the cat, try using a tasty treat to lure it down. Put the food in a bowl under the tree and then, leave it for a while. If the cat does not know you, it is best to stay away so that the cat feels it is safe to come down when it is near the food.

 

How to keep cats out of Christmas tree?

You can spray a product called "bitter apple" on the ornaments. The smell will deter cats from approaching, but you should ensure that it will not affect people. Alternatively, you can spray a little citrus spray, as cats do not like the smell of citrus either.

If you've chosen a plastic tree, you can add a little citronella oil to the water, shake it well and spray it on the tree - cats hate the smell, but people will find it pleasant.

You could also put orange peel under the tree so the cat might not get near the tree. (Cats don't like the smell of rotting apples either, but you might like rotting apples even less.)

You need to choose decorations that cats are not very interested in. Some glitter, glow, shake and sparkly decorations are irresistible to cats. Plain, dull, or no-shiny decorations, on the other hand, are hardly interesting to cats. So, felt, paper and simple decorations are the best options. And you should avoid any decorations that are constantly shaking, bouncing or swirling!

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