Yes, aluminum foil does wonders for keeping cats away from things.

Yes, it does keep cats of things like kitchen counters but it also scares the f**k**g living daylights out of them at the same time 😎. Good idea? I think NOT because there are less scary ways of keeping your cat off certain areas if you are so inclined. Do you really want to terrify your cat even for a moment because you have a fad about your cat carrying diseases or something like that?

People don't know why tin foil scares domestic cats so much. It is the sound of it. It sounds like a snake in my view and cats are instinctively wary of snakes. Or the sound it makes when they walk on it massively triggers a warning in their brain that the stuff is dangerous. I let my cat jump up on the kitchen counter. It does not bother me in the slightest. I feed him on the counter while I eat breakfast. 

Yes, aluminum foil does wonders for keeping cats away from things.

Yes, aluminum foil does wonders for keeping cats away from things.

Are cats more prone to spreading disease than humans? I think not. In fact, a lot less as nearly all diseases are not zoonotic. What is there to be scared off when you allow your cat to jump onto the kitchen counter? I am more concerned about cats as there are hot objects up there such as hobs. Enough said. Don't use kitchen foil as a cat deterrent as there are better ways. That's my personal view. Please share yours.

  
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