Cats can demonstrate destructive chewing habits beyond electrical cords. These habits, as previously mentioned in yesterday’s article can pose danger to kitty.
Houseplants Cats have an inbuilt desire to chew on greener, and your live houseplants cab is an easy target. Some of these plants can be tremendously toxic to felines, and for your cat's well being you need to learn to identify and get rid of these plants. Lists are available on the Internet. You should print them out and keep them in a handy location for further reference. First see if any of your house plants are on it, if you have these plants, give them away immediately.
Leather and Fabric Chewing The ideal way to put off such behavior is to offer other acceptable chewing sources for your cat such as chewable soft toys. Woolen mice are available for purchase, which may be a wonderful substitute for your angora sweater. Some cats like to chew on leather gloves, shoes and belts. Some chew on magazines or newspaper. .If you can't put up all the fabric and leather items your cat enjoys chewing on, try the bitter apple spray on the spot where she/he normally chews, but try it out it first on a small hidden seam.
A Statement About Kittens' Chewing As you know, kittens frequently chew because they are teething when they are around three to six months old. All of the techniques described above will work well, the toys in particular, but there another method that works wonders with kittens' teething—inexpensive plastic drinking straws, in particular the large ones used for milk shakes. They supply the crunchy contact kittens need, and they make a marvelous interactive toy.
So not all chewing is bad and it’s up to you to make the good chewing resources available to kitty.