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Old 10-07-2014, 12:24 AM   #1
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Question Sofa Pet Cover

We just took delivery of a Winnebago Vista 35B and want to take our 3 cats. Our sofa is leather and needs to be protected from the cats. Only the front paws have been declawed. Any help with the best way to protect the sofa from rips and scratches.

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Old 10-07-2014, 12:33 AM   #2
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We have one of those lightly quilted sofa covers for pets sold in many catalogs. (Camping World probably has them,too) It stays in place fairly well (we can't drop the back over the back of the sofa due to the way our sofa is attached), unless you scoot your bottom off of the sofa rather than just stand up. Depending on how your sofa is attached it should be just fine, with only minor tucking if bottoms scoot off. LOL

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We have 2 cats. Our furniture is ultra leather. We've had no damage from the cats.
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