How can I keep my cat off of my car?
My cat uses my car as a stepping stone to climb into the rafters of my garage. I'm afraid that he'll get stuck up there & will have too jump to the floor if I have to leave for a few hours. Is there anything I put on the hood of the car to keep him off?
What about covering the rafters themselves with plywood or other material so s/he can't get in? I can't see anything being added to the car as a deterrent as cats love to climb as high as possible anyway.
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