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Unlike people, who are highly visual creatures, cats experience the world through smell.

Domestic cats use olfactory and chemical information to evaluate the security and familiarity of their surroundings and decipher whether people, objects, and food are safe.

Cats are curious, and instinctive hunters can detect odors miles away. Knowing which scents your cat hates can aid their survival and help you naturally deter your cat from accessing undesirable locations.

Let’s decode which kind of scents most cats hate, written for All About Cats


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