Cat Training: Try To Do It With Gentle Care

Cat Training: Try To Do It With Gentle Care

Cat Training: Try To Do It With Gentle Care, Cats are trained and encouraged through treats or rewards. A clear example of such behaviour is when cats run when they hear the rustling of the food bag or the sound of the can opener. Cats often associate sounds with food rewards.

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Keep in mind that the vet should carefully examine your cat regularly to ensure that your cat’s health does not have any unknown issues that could worsen or worsen during exercise activities.

 

To further encourage your cat to behave well, the most effective way to reward yourself is to offer treats, a delicious meal, or a favourite toy as a reward.

 

If you say “good” and make a gift, your cat will associate the word with its affirmative action, even though there will be no food available later. Instead of food rewards, you can give your cat a beautiful game or a massage behind the ears.

 

With definite emphasis and reinforcement, your cat will be ready to learn proper behaviour and basic instructions or commands.

Here are the training guidelines:

 

  1. It’s best to start training with kittens. They are more open and receptive to training. Bad behaviour has not yet developed and has had no opportunity to improve.

 

  1. Always use definite emphasis and reinforcement. A gentle hug, a caress or a whisper has a more lasting effect than hard or bitter words.

 

  1. Limit training time. Be short but frequent. Cats generally have little attention and interest; Therefore, it is much more efficient to do four to six sessions of five minutes each day than an hour or two of continuous training.

 

  1. Limit indoor training. It is essential so that your cat is not distracted by other neighbouring animals or attracted to trees.

 

A well-behaved cat should be disciplined, but severe punishment should be avoided. If you teach them to prevent harmful actions, you must treat them positively. Cats generally do not respond to certain sanctions such as hitting or screaming. They usually correlate the unwanted act with you rather than your evil behaviour. The result will be that your pet will stop loving or afraid of you; It is not the result that leads to a warm and loving relationship with your beautiful pet cat!

Don’t Forget!

You may want to wait to train your cat until it is at least months old. Cats younger than that cannot balance well and may end up being a big problem.

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