Posted on July 21 2014
We love our blankets...but so do our pets. Whether your cat or dog likes to snuggle up with you in your favorite blanket or throw or whether they'd rather get their teeth and claws into it, here are a few tips on how to keep your textiles safe from your pet.
Store your blankets and throws
Keeping your blankets on the back of the couch or at the foot of the bed might keep certain pets away, but we know our feline and canine friends have a way of resting where they aren't supposed to. Much as we love them, we don't always love the smell or the fur they leave behind. To keep your blankets safe, store them in a closet or even in a decorative bin. That way, you can pull them out when you need them.
Keep your pets out
If you really want to keep your pets away from your blankets and throws - especially if they are the destructive type - keep them out of rooms (such as your bedroom) by closing the doors or putting up baby gates.