Top Ways to Keep Your Cat Off the Counter

Cats hate sticky things. Put some double-sided tape on the countertop edge. This will deter cats, but you may need to reapply it repeatedly and it may leave a residue.

Cats flee loud noises. A glass jar, aluminum can, or old peanut butter jar can hold money or dried beans. Rattle the container when the cat sits on the counter.

Keep the cat off the countertop with a spray bottle. One squirt of ordinary water should do the trick; don't overdo it.

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The loudness and feel of aluminum foil under their paws will keep cats off the countertop. Just tape foil strips to your countertop edges.

 Alternatives to the kitchen countertop sun place for your cat. Keep her buying this DIY cat wheel.

Cats dislike plastic's sound and feel like aluminum foil. Try covering the counter with plastic when you're away. The cat should stay away.

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