Clicker Trained Cat: 30 Amazing Cat Tricks

Article about Kitty: http://shrsl.com/?~3eik

Circus Cat (follow pointed finger, pedestal, sit pretty)
Roll over
Touch a Target Stick
Perchwork, Follow a Target
Stick ’em up (sit up on back legs, paws up, stay)
Go to a mark, paw target
Service (ring a desk bell)
Play the piano
Prayers (paws up on an object, perchwork, bow your head)
Paws up high
Hoop jump
Jump over a dog’s back
Touch my hand
Circles
Wipe your paws
Spin
Play dead (stick ’em up, stay, play dead)
Fetch
Come
Sit
Cat in a box (hide in a box)

Kitty trained at home, working toward the http://www.domorewithyourdog.com/ “Trick Dog Title” program, in conjunction with my dog tricks class at Teamworks Dog Training.

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30 Responses

  1. Dan OD
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    We lead very different lives. 😊

  2. Petra Nyman
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    Good job :-)!!! Sending the cat some cuddles from Sweden πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  3. Traveler's Garden
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    Awww…this is so adorable!

  4. slushpuppie19
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    Inspiring! Lol but I love how when dogs get 'shot' they play dead immediately but your cat 'dies' very slowly and lazily haha, typical cat doing things its own way :b

  5. Nana Komatsu
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    Amazing! Is your cat happy to do this?

  6. swe com
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    1:21 "come on"

  7. kaijufangoji97
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    Thanks for the Video! Forgive me for chiming in, I would appreciate your opinion. Have you thought about – Schallingora Tough Trading Scheme (search on google)? It is an awesome exclusive product for learning how to stop your cat peeing outside the litter box without the normal expense. Ive heard some great things about it and my mate after many years got amazing results with it.

  8. Mallorie Rose
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    You've cat to be kitten me right meow!πŸ™€

  9. Sach Tiotto-Smith
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    is that the sonic coin noise

  10. hellsbellez
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    Awwww, this is so precious and amazingly wonderful β™₯
    Respect to you for the love you've extended your fur babies!

  11. GZA036
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    definitely no dog though….

  12. fanzel 32
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    That's a beautiful cat

  13. Nmkmiibytazsvgbkkhan
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    My cat can preform one trick: whatever the fuck he wants.

  14. ima shaman
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    Its interesting to see that you can dictate a animal but how do we know if that cat likes doing this shit.. not every animal is the same

  15. b1blazin13
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    where did you get the sound maker?

  16. Kiwilui
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    How do u train a CAT? i dog i kinda know but CAT? Im planning on haveing 2 cats soo i need tips how to train them

  17. tinkerpoony _
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    my cat does 31 tricks😊

  18. samantha mcmahon
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    I love thisπŸ˜‚ sooo cute!

  19. Dogman
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    I have 3 cats and I trained them all to claw and meow and my door excessively and tear up rolls of toilet paper.

  20. Betty Ujhelyi
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    this looks similar to my Siberian Cat. . does anything for food and is a fast learner

  21. Shydrasnake
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    Sonic ring sound hurts my ears

  22. TheCatzFranzNeko
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    All of my cats are trained at walking in a leash, but one of my cats, a small but now quite old female, I'm training more things. So far she can sit, stand up, spin around, high five and will follow and walk right next to my leg and stops when I stop. She also jumps to or through anything I point at, and it can be up to five metres away, otherwise she sees the wrong thing. I'm currently trying to train her to jump up on my shoulder, which she does already, but I'm trying to teach her to do so on command. The issue is that she doesn't listen to my voice, but follows hand movements. For example, if I point at her, she will sit, and if I raise my hand in front of her, she does high five. So it's up to me to come up with hand movements that are different from the previous ones that she can easily tell apart.

    I think it's pretty impressive however considering she's 10 years old and she were 9 when I started.

  23. minhazul islam
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    nice cat bro.
    πŸ˜€

  24. fjoa123
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    I wonder if the cat is proud or ashamed of himself.

  25. Sm0k4bl3
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    When my cat was little I used to throw a toy and she would go get it and return it to me.
    She grew up with dogs maybe thats where she learned but she stopped doing it when she grew older.

  26. Heyo Yonson
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    not surprised its a tuxedo cat, they seem to be very loyal and have a disproportionate amount of emotional intelligence compared to other cats

  27. daedal
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    is that the sonichu ring sound or a harmonica?

  28. Betty Ujhelyi
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    this looks identical to my Siberian cat. He is smart and will do anything for a treat

  29. BALLOON!!!
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    This is absolutely impressive. I am curious if you started out with a random cat or you picked a cat for this.
    I guess what I am asking is can you do this with every cat or your cat is "gifted"?

  30. Vic292
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    I wish my cat was this intelligent

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