Before applying large pieces of tape to your furniture, however, you'll want to test it out on the fabric to make sure it doesn't stain or harm it in any other way. Eventually, you'll probably want to remove the tape.
The tape may also collect airborne dust and dirt particles, so you'll probably want to change it every few weeks. As noted above, be sure to test the tape on any fabric before you apply it in large pieces.
While it might take a little bit of time for the scratching to stop, many cats will eventually learn to stop scratching. Determined cats may be able to claw through the tape, but our best guess is that they'll be so annoyed by the sensation that they'll give up. Obviously, however, cats like to scratch. You'll want to provide other types of places for them to be able to scratch, like a scratching post.
Many people will clip their cats' front paw claws to inhibit scratching, and while the ASPCA recommends that, some people don't like to. So, you'll have to resort to other ideas to deter scratching. Sticky Paws tape is a simple and highly effective solution.
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