Cat brings endless happiness to cat owners, but there is always a little trouble. One of them is that furniture, sofas, cabinets, sheets, and even doors will be brutally attacked by cats. .A good-tempered cat owner can only bear it in silence and place more cat scratching toys. An impulsive cat owner may put the cat in a cage, but he does not realize that it cannot fundamentally solve the cat's behavior problems, but will cause the cat to have more behavioral problems due to fear: such as urinating anywhere and attacking the owner.First of all, we need to understand why cats like to grind their paws1. Daily maintenanceFor cats, scratching is natural nail health maintenance. The cat rubs on the rough surface, scraping off the aging outer nail sheath, revealing the newly grown nails. The growth rate of cat\u2019s nails also reflects the speed of its metabolism.2. Olfactory markersWhen a cat scratches an object, it will leave an olfactory mark through the paw pad, and other cats will get information from each other through these scents. This can keep a safe distance between unfamiliar cats, avoid physical confrontation, and help cats to establish their own sense of security.3. Emotional ventingWhen cats just wake up or have a full meal, they like to find a place to scratch. When the owner returns from an outing, the cat may also scratch before running to greet him. When cats are blamed or frustrated, they will vent their emotions by scratching.It is actually very difficult to make cats forget their favorite claw-grinding furniture and turn to cat scratching toys, because these furniture are already full of cat scent. Cat owners can spray diluted disinfectant, or fragrances that resemble citrus and other unpleasant smells to cats, and cats will naturally stay away from the furniture. But this smell is not lasting. It requires the cat owner to insist on using it until the cat develops the habit of not scratching the furniture and shifts his attention to the scratching board.