Are you planning a baby (or has one already arrived), and you wonder how to keep your cat out of the crib? It definitely is a matter to which to pay attention, because, as much as we do love cats, we agree: your baby’s crib is a no-go place for your cat.
Is your cat afraid of your vacuum cleaner? Why wouldn’t he be? Cats are prone to being scared of things that are loud and unfriendly, especially if that particular cat has had a previous bad experience with vacuums. In this article, you are going to learn how to train your cat to accept the vacuum cleaner and not to be so afraid of it!
When someone refers to clicker training, we usually think of dogs. However, did you know cats are also responsive to clicker training? In this article, you are going to learn what clicker training is, how it can be helpful to your cat, and how to start if you have decided to give clicker training a chance.
Most cat owners are terrified at the thought that they may need to brush their pet’s teeth, not to mention hearing that they may need to do so every day.
A shiny side of the coin, though, is that brushing your cat’s teeth may seem impossible at first, but with correct training and an understanding of how to do so, the process not only becomes readily accepted by your pet but takes just a few minutes of your time.
It’s quite obvious that it takes greater effort to train a cat, when compared to training a dog. Why is this so? There must be an explanation for why cats are not as easily trained as dogs, right? Right!
This photo guide shows you how to get a cat into a carrier when he’s afraid of it. It works well for most cats, even those who are extremely unwilling to go in there.
Is your cat threatened by your toddler? Many believe toddlers are vulnerable ones who must be protected from claws of aggressive house cats. However, it’s not uncommon when tables are turned, and the cat becomes in need for help. In order to make both safe and happy, you will need to work in two directions. One is changing your cat’s environment, so he feels more confident and safe, and the other is the actual training lessons with your toddler
As we already concluded in one of our previous articles, it’s not at all dumb to walk a cat on a leash, stating you do keep two things in mind. First, cats are not dogs, and they walk on a leash differently. Second, to get your cat enjoy walking on a leash, it’s necessary to carry out proper training.
Depending on the part of the world, some ten to 20 years ago, seeing a cat on a leash would undoubtedly cause an amaze and videos uploaded on YouTube (if there were one back then) with a title ‘Dogcat’ or similar.
Getting an angry cat into a carrier is a hard task. Most cat owners will confirm it. But what about your cat going in it on his free will?