Cats can cause a lot of problems. They can scratch the furniture to shreds, they can tear your curtains to pieces, and they can empty everything in your refrigerator onto the floor! Fortunately, on this blog you will find tips, tricks and everything you need to know on cat training helping you to make your cat become a more well-behaved feline.
For most cat owners it is a struggle to find the right methods to train their cat
Using the wrong method can potentially be harmful for your cat…
On the other hand, teaching your cat not to scratch furniture or use the bathroom inside will give you a well behaved companion. This article discloses some of the best natural ways to train your cat and how to curb these unwanted behaviors.
Have you ever wished you had some tricks up your sleeve when it comes to training your cat? Maybe your furry friend isn’t the most well-behaved of cats, and you’re looking for easy solutions on how to solve some common feline problems. This blog is a great resource for training tips, tricks, advice and much more!
Cats are well-known for their ability to give more than a few headaches. But that doesn’t have to be the case. With our expert training tips, you can keep your cat out of trouble, give her a happier life, and enjoy your relationship even more.
Cat training tends to be a bit more difficult than dog training. You see–cats have this mind of their own. They have their own agenda, which doesn’t always coincide with yours. They scratch up your furniture and play in your flower beds because they like it that way, not because they’re angry with you…and they are not likely to follow your orders (or any orders) out of the goodness of their heart. So what has a good cat parent to do? There are a few key factors to keep in mind…
it all starts with your attitude. If you have a wonderful relationship with your cat, training will be natural and enjoyable.
- A good cat parent approaches training with a positive attitude. A positive attitude helps make training more fun and rewarding.
- A good cat parent focuses on creating a friendly and nurturing environment through positive training methods. The results are rewarding for both of you.
- Cats are notoriously independent pets. From that moment you bring yourkitty home, you’re in for a training adventure for the next fourteen years.
Here’s our list of 10 basic cat training tips for better results straight away!
- Praise your cat for good behavior, don’t yell at her when she or he does something bad
- Make sure the cat is hungry; she’ll be more willing for training if she’s not full
- Don’t use a lot of commands with your cat; it confuses and frustrates her
- Make sure the kitten knows her name and respond to that name when you want to call her
- Use food as a reward for good behavior, but don’t over-do it
- Use the same word each time in conjunction with the same action (i.e., “no” while using an ink blotter)
- Hold back on giving treats until the cat performs what is expected of her
- If you have multiple cats, have them one at a time and then let them rest before starting again
- Reward quiet behaviors
- ( MOST IMPORTANT) Respect your cat’s instinctive nature; they are animals
Did you know there are cats in some circuses?
However, cats are not easy to train, but they can be trained. A cat will only do things it already knows how to do; this fact is important when trying to train an adult stray.
The difficulty lies in the fact that cats don’t naturally want to perform certain tasks such as moving away if you touch their paws or head.
A cat can teach us so much about life, like…Patience. When you’re training a cat you must be patient. Your feline buddy will have good days and bad days, just like anyone else.Sometimes the best thing to do is to give your cat a break from its training that day when it seems uninterested or distracted.
Sometimes or cats look very bored or unsatisfied but in reality, they’re always ready to play!
Grab a slow-moving toy, put your target on the floor and repeatedly throw the toy past your cat. Reward it every time it darts after and grabs the toy. Soon you’ll have a well-trained kitty!
and remember…cats are obsessed with wires!
So unless you are ready to live in the dark, not caring about your cat destroying all the wires and cables you have at home, here’s another piece of advice i’m giving you!
Turn off lights that have an on or off switch. Don’t let a cat play with electrical wires. Put threads, yarn and string up where your cat can’t get to them. Give your cat something to climb for fun such as cat trees, scratching posts or dangling toys by placing them on the floor out of reach of an inquisitive kitten.
Another game cats love?
Plastic fishing rod! very sturdy and inexpensive. Use it to “”catch”” your cat in the kitchen and then play a short training game with her, involving a generous reward of catnip or whatever she likes best.
Note: cats normally yield to stronger adversaries, so if you don’t already have a handle on your cat, she may not come when you call. If this is the case, set up another session with a mouse trap nearby.
Remember… The best cat toys provide both physical and mental stimulation for your cat!
Cats are natural hunters, so having a toy that resembles a moving target provides valuable entertainment. Lizards and mice were once the prey of cats, so these type toys typically appeal to them more than other types.
Whether you have a young cat or a senior one, it is important to have enough toys to keep your pet engaged at all times.
Playing a lot is CRUCIAL for building a deep relationship with your cat!
With that being said, not all cats are created equally, and you might be still having a though time with your friend at this moment
If that’s the situation that you are in, If you are still having troubles with your cat
and don’t feel like that the rapid solutions i gave you are going to help you in any way… here’s my advice for you!
Don’t waste your time and hard earned money on ‘cat training’ books, manuals and videos that can’t guarantee you a well-behaved cat.
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REMEMBER…you want to be using only the best TESTED methods for your cat!
Using the wrong ones approximately, definetely won’t give you the consistent results you are looking for
In fact you only risk to get yourself even in worse relationship with your cat
Some owners use tactics such as spraying with water misters, loud shakers or any startling noise to show disapproval for certain behavioral traits. In some instances these methods work very well, while in others it seems to create confusion and fear in the cat as it does not really understand what the owner is unhappy about.
This is even more complicated when the cat associates these actions with play as some cats do actually enjoy being sprayed with water, thus the initial reason for implementing such corrective measures does not really seem to work at all.
Here’s a brief of what you will learn CORRECTLY with this book!
- With this guide, you’ll be exposed to the ways successful pet trainers work and think and how you can apply these ways of thinking in your own cat training success.
- You will also be exposed to plenty of highly effective methods for making your cat obedient.
- You’ll also get many useful insights and strategies on taking care of your cat