Our outdoor cats, now allowed indoors, are showing uncouth behavior that signifies a lack of respect for our property rights. They are clawing on the furniture. We were pretty sure that it would become a problem sooner or later. I have looked up some reupholsterers for when they get too badly clawed. But, in the meantime, is there any way to discourage their clawing the furniture short of skinning and stuffing the cats? We do supply them with a large honeycomb cardboard type scratching post/pad out on the lanai. They both use it numerous times every day. They consider the tires on my vehicle, our banana and other trees around the yard also to be fair game. That we can live with. Why do they need the furniture too? They are really pushing their luck by clawing the furniture. I've read that bad smelling sprays and double back tapes can discourage clawing. But, I'm not spraying bad smells on and/or covering the furniture with double back tape. That would discourage me from using them also. I'd rather skin and stuff the little darlin's first. What are our options for civilizing these barbarians?