Cats Training

Cat training is possible and a time consuming job because cats are more independent than dogs. While it is possible to train older cats to some degree, if you really want an obedient and well trained kitten you should start when they are very young. There are basically different types of cat training such as obedience training, weight training and even aggressive training, they all have different methods.

Obedience training for cats

If you want to train your cat to be obedient, you need to make sure that your cat trains regularly, persistently and with determination.

Make sure you and other family members always use your cat’s name. If you keep repeating the name, it will get used to it and respond every time you call her. Once she starts responding to her name, you should reward and praise her. This technique will enhance the cat’s training and she will enjoy the attention and hospitality she receives.

Once it starts responding to her name, you can keep training her to sit for the next step. This training also requires hospitality from patients and many feline friends. Call her and as soon as she comes, let her smell the food you ate, then remove it.

Place the snack about 1 foot above your head. If she tries to stand up or take the snack away with her paw, give a firm warning with a stern “no.” Place the snack again about 12 inches (30 cm) above her head and have her stand on her hind legs. Before she grabbed it with her paws, put the snacks in front of her legs. If done regularly, this exercise will teach him how to sit.

Litter box training

Although cats have cleaner habits than dogs, they still need litter box training. This type of training is most effective for kittens. The first thing to do here is to prepare a litter box for your cat. The litter box should be large enough for your cat to poop and defecate comfortably. Make sure the sides are low enough for your cat to get in in an emergency. The litter box should be placed in a quiet place. Now put your cat in the litter box and scratch the claws of the cat in the litter box. This will help the cat understand that she needs to use the litter box every time. In accordance with cat training, you will soon notice that your cat is using the litter box alone. Once your cat learns this behavior, you should reward her with her favorite food to reinforce this behavior.

Aggressive training for cats

People often see that cats, compared to dogs, take longer to adjust to a new home. They are also more outspoken and aggressive when expressing their discontent and disgust. Sometimes this accident can become aggressive, especially when you bring your new cat home. As a result, the cat began to bite, spit, scratch and even hiss at anyone who tried to approach or even made friends with it. This makes many people want to know the aggressive training of cats and how to do it.

The following tips can help you understand cat aggression issues and train your cat properly:

Sometimes the underlying disease or medical condition may simply be the cause of the attack due to excessive pain. Pain can make anyone aggressive, so it’s important to see a vet and rule out any type of medical problem.
Don’t react to your cat in an aggressive or even defensive way. Always keep your voice calm. Don’t reach out to catch the cat, but provide snacks and let it come to you on its own. Don’t stare at the cat all the time, as this could be misconstrued as a threat. So, when you look at your cat, blink your eyes regularly. You must make it clear to your cat that you are not harming her. Cats have no sense of humor; therefore, if your cat is aggressive, do not laugh at her in any way.

 

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