Cat Training

Spread the love:
Cat on kitchen counter
If you’re a cat owner, then you’ll be all too familiar with the huge problem of trying to educate your furry friend in matters of domestic feng shui and getting the message through that your home is not a climbing frame.
Cat made a mess with paper
It’s the age old question, how to discipline a cat. And the very thought of it might cause sleepless nights (either because you’re a loving owner who can’t stand the thought of disciplining your cat, or because you’re terrified of the battle that will commence when you do); but there’s
Cat training
It's no secret that cats have a pretty polarized public image; never more so when it comes to their general demeanor and how we, as owners and fawning bipeds, react to it. For example, for many people the idea of training a cat to do tricks or behave in a
Cat going outdoors
Take a moment to imagine life outside the litter box. There's no more stinky litter to clean out, no more litter getting tracked around your house, and what about all that money you'd save on litter. It sounds like a dream that's just a little too good to be true
Cat doing tricks
If there's one thing we can establish as an absolute fact it's that we're all perfectly happy to adopt the role of spectator to cats worldwide, and their everyday activities. Who can truthfully say they've ever gotten bored of watching their resident kitty fart itself awake and spring to a
Cat cuddling with girl
One of life's great mysteries up there with unraveling the enigma of space, exploring the untapped depths of the world's oceans, on par with scientists splitting the atom for the first time: making your cat love you as much as you love him. Like all great feats of mankind, there's
Cat using human toilet
Sick of dealing with litter and want to know how to train your cat to use the toilet? Welcome to the club. Let's begin with a bit of honesty - toilet training cats can be a little more complicated than simply teaching a cat to use the litter box. You'll
Cat on leash
A cat on a leash. It's becoming more and more common. I think it's a great thing for indoor cats personally, of course providing they are actually into it. A bonding experience venturing outside together ... Keep in mind it's not only canines who enjoy this pursuit. In fact, some
Cat in litter box
You've just brought home a lovely furball and you're stoked to start a new life together...and then you step on the little "present" they've left on your new living room carpet. What happened Don't cats just automatically use the litter box Well, not necessarily, especially if they haven't had access