How to Train Your Cat

It is hard to get people complaining that owning a cat is a terrible experience. It is never hard nor does it break a bone to do it. The only complaint seems to be the long period some people take to train their cats to do some simple things and to respect certain boundaries. However, a cat is a cat. Nothing exists to make you believe you are the failure.

The first time you interact with your cat, take your time to first learn what it likes and what it dislikes. To also achieve the best results, make sure you are feeding it as regularly as it was being fed. This in itself will reduce its curiosity since the cat will do anything to get food. You may find your kitchen upside down. However, it does not have to get there.

When you are training it to use the litter box well, make sure that the box’s smell is not repelling. This has to do with the tidiness of the box. As much as you care about what meets your nose, remember that you are trying to condition the cat too and not commanding it. Those are two different things.

When you are confident that the cat has known a number of basic manners, be free to then introduce it to strangers. Introducing the cat to new environments fast will confuse it and will take more time to train. In case you are not that patient, get more advice from local trainers. Your friends too can be of great help.

 

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