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Cat Care : How Do I Train My Cat to Do Tricks?

Teaching a cat to do tricks creates a great opportunity for bonding. Train cats to do tricks with tips from a cat behaviorist in this free video on pets and …

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49 Responses to “Cat Care : How Do I Train My Cat to Do Tricks?”

  1. Aiman Zarith Zahrullail says:

    Sandra park i think it is better for u to point ur finger on certain n wait
    for ur cat to follow u may try this one coz it works 4 me

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  3. sandra park says:

    if my cat was like that ill be happy why she always smells the floor MY CAT

  4. yummies_for_dummies says:

    if you put the cat on a chair bith side and a back its easier

  5. Kurt Shafer says:

    I thought she said “POOP!” at 2:06

  6. Elizabeth Jones says:

    my cat is fat and fluffy

  7. MrApplewoodcoyote says:

    @yousuckcatlady lol

  8. mpcaniff says:

    @Johnlly123 she is clicker training the cat like you would with a dog so
    they know when they done whats expected so you no longer need the target

  9. Sly Cooper says:

    pees like a race horse hahah that made me laugh

  10. suthern89 says:

    lmao…caterpillars are more entertaining than cats jumping for food aka
    “doing tricks”

  11. pokeGirl2611 says:


  12. nadman98 says:

    is it hard to do teach your cat and how much did it take you?

  13. xbradx11 says:


  14. funnykittyz says:

    my cat only did this 2times after that she completely ignored the target

  15. Thunayyyan says:

    Awwww so cute

  16. krazor25 says:

    i like cats and dogs but i like dogs better :)

  17. Bronte S says:

    Oh, by the way, my first two comments, the lowest ones down, were directed
    as replies at reindeer1489 but they came out as regular comments for some

  18. DTownMichelle says:

    my cat ran off with my bag of weed

  19. Момчил Лазаров says:

    your so fat

  20. micio de marco says:

    pleant dont tell my owner i was watching this . micio the cat

  21. abdurahman salam says:

    my cat is smart she ate and just walked away

  22. supernova92024 says:

    hi, i was curious if you had a few links as to what would be a good site to
    acquire the target stick and clicker?

  23. Kate Madinger says:

    this was really interesting! Thanks for the video, now I can actually teach
    my cats some things :D

  24. BeeGreeen says:

    my cuosin has a car named little bit

  25. AnimalFreak111 says:

    Why is the ‘clicker’ used for?

  26. ThnikBig says:

    HI …….LOL you scared the …. out of me when clip started with your HI.

  27. Radio Penguin says:

    @stripesmommy the clicker is supposed to signify that the cat accomplished
    the task that it was set out to do. You don’t need a clicker in order to
    teach the cat to do tricks, but it’s good to use instead of treats,
    however, you’re SUPPOSED to clicker train the cat first so that it learns
    to associate the noise with receiving food, and that way, you won’t have to
    give your cat a treat every time because the click literally becomes the
    reward. I don’t know if that makes sense.

  28. Bronte S says:

    My cats will willingly jump through a hoop 2ft up in the air. If I leave it
    up after training, the leap through it anyway! They love their jumping

  29. Gigi Mussell says:

    oh maybe the name is little bit thats a cute name

  30. MandaRoseB says:

    i clicker train my puppy and im going to start using it with my kitty

  31. MrVbdude says:

    @bruno1210yo Clicker marks the behaviour. It tells the cat that they have
    done the correct behaviour and will get a reward for it. First you have to
    charge the clicker by clicking once and then giving a treat. You have to do
    this for about 15-20 times or until the cat gets the meaning of clicker.
    Once you know the cat will look up at you everytime she hears a click,
    that’s when you can start using clicker to mark good behaviours.

  32. Joseph Neigh says:

    Where can you get a clicker?

  33. NoSpecificName says:

    So, thats how a dog fetches a stick? :D

  34. EverythinWentCompton says:

    @JohnAngusFTW not if ur cat is lazy

  35. bruno brubru says:

    my cat steals and hides my hairties :o :D

  36. Edwin Eddie Eastwood says:

    Thats a beginner trick its cool Im a Beginner

  37. madeformiey says:

    Diana Korten, how many cats do you have…..littlebit, ben, brandie and
    many more….!

  38. w1880 says:

    My cat is able to do a double backflip.

  39. Gareth Hughes says:

    she looks like a cat lady

  40. seplin01 says:

    i love cats there so cuddly

  41. seonidh says:

    @Budhabe mine takes a message and doesnt get back

  42. cxyyxcc says:

    WTF…this was….waste of my time….

  43. nadman98 says:

    how old is your syamese cat

  44. Bb0yGhozt says:

    @estesjubi can u eve do it? -.-

  45. ana2nsak says:

    i don’t even own a cat! what am i doing here?!

  46. Edwin Eddie Eastwood says:

    :) Great job ma’am little bit is also a cool cat

  47. faithmorse1 says:

    That was cool my cats cant do that

  48. EpeChuEpe says:

    i just throw my cat in a backflip and then he walks away :D

  49. Bronte S says:

    You are a very good trainer! :D I also train my cats, but you are better
    than me! My kittens are also very fast learners – they learnt to jump
    through a hoop 2ft in the air in one day! My cats, however, love their
    training, and jumping is their favouirte game. I highly recommend Burmese
    as they have a very long attention span, are very loyal, always try their
    best, and are generally very agile and muscular cats.

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