The cats aren't scratching my couch or urinating on our carpet…WIN! You will need a clean spray bottle, a small squirt of clear dish liquid, Lemon Essential Oils, Eucalyptus Essential Oils, and water. Fill the spray bottle 3/4 the way up with water, then add a few drops of clear dish liquid.
Whether it's your nice furniture or the backyard garden, there are some places you just don't want your (or the neighborhood) cats getting into. A little vinegar can help with that.
Natural cat repellent sprays are the best way to keep felines off of your furniture and away from your garden. All the products that I recommend are 100% safe for training pets.
Cats' paws are extremely sensitive. This acute sensitivity makes sticky surfaces exceptionally annoying, and cats will avoid scratching any place so uninviting. Herbal sprays can also keep your cat from scratching unwanted areas of your home.
Straight or diluted vinegar can be sprayed around the edges of a garden, and on plants, fences, posts and garden decor to keep cats away. Concentrate the spray on areas that the cats frequent or that you particularly want to protect.
Use Cat Scratch Spray Using a cat scratch spray will trick your cat into thinking that it has already marked its territory, discouraging it from scratching where you don't want it to. You can purchase a spray to stop cats from scratching furniture , but it's easy to make your own homemade cat scratching spray using vinegar, essential citrus oils, or even garlic and peppermint!