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Problem With Cats and Curtains

I Need Your Help . . . Doomed to a Curtainless, Cat-Filled Home?

Curtains can look like miles of fun fabric to eat to little kitty eyes. However, that's not the case for the human purchaser. One of CasaSugar's community members is looking for a kitten-resistant window treatment so share your product suggestions with her, but now I wanna use your problem solving skills, too.

If you combatted a cat's upcoming climb or distracted her from a slasher mission, share your best techniques with me in the comments below!

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Vertical blinds-the smooth variety. One caveat, though. Make sure that you unclasp or cut the "loop" that is used for opening and closing the blinds so that kittehs don't get tangled up-or worse. If you are set on curtains, you might want to try the water spraying technique. Get a few sets of old secondhand drapes that you don't give a rip about. When the cats go on a climbing expedition, spray them with water from the bottle, followed by a firm "No!". When you are sure that they are over it, get window treatments that you actually like. Of course, this only works if your cats don't like water. My goofball LOVES water. And baths. But since he came to me de-clawed, this was never an issue.
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