How to Become an Expert at Cat Training

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Train your cat to do something unusual and show your friends that your pet can do more than just eat and sleep.

Step 1: Have your cat examined
Schedule an examination for your cat with your veterinarian before you begin training. You want to make sure they don’t have any health problems that may be aggravated by training.

Step 2: Get their attention
Make sure you have your cat’s undivided attention. Eliminate distractions, such as music and television sounds. Cats are naturally curious, so you may need to show them a treat. Hold it in your fingertips and let them smell it, but don’t give it to them.

Step 3: Teach one trick at a time
Teach your cat one trick at a time. If you try to combine tricks or start new trick before the first is mastered, you’re likely to confuse them.

Spend 10 to 15 minutes a day on a single trick until they’ve mastered it.

Step 4: Reward the cat
Give the cat a reward each time they perform the desired behavior. You can use their favorite food, treats, or pet them as a reward. After they get the hang of the behavior, give the reward less often.

Step 5: Associate action with sound
Ring a bell or click a clicker when the cat performs the trick or behavior that you are teaching, and praise the cat for good behavior. Eventually, they will associate the sound and praise with the action and won’t need rewards.

Step 6: Discourage undesirable behavior
Discourage undesirable behavior with deterrents. If your cat scratches furniture, apply double-sided tape to where they scratch to deter them. If they go to the bathroom outside of their litter box, lay sheets of aluminum foil where they go. Cats are averse to those textures.

Thoroughly clean the area where the cat went with disinfectant and spray a repellent, available at pet supply stores.

Step 7: Appreciate the time together
Appreciate the time you share with your cat. The training process takes patience, but you may find that it’s a bonding experience, too.

Did You Know?
As of 2005, approximately 30 percent of American households had cats.

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24 Responses

  1. Joseph Boyd
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  2. Shan Chan
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    b4 i even train my cat shes already asleep

  3. The Lunar Eclipse
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    You're missing a cat on that list

  4. Isaiah Simpson
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    That's right turn that game off

  5. GirlgamingAndcrafting
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    My cat mastered a trick in 10 minutes

  6. GirlgamingAndcrafting
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    I tried training my cat, she mastered it but she ended up puking all over the living room it was gross 😐😟

  7. MrPoga5
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    Great video.

  8. Planet Urine
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    I had been told that the training procedure with cats was difficult. It's not. Mine had me trained in two days.

  9. Silver Taboo
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    but how do I train my cat?

  10. MrPieman00
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    0:48 black ops zombies

  11. ispeak4detrees
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    That is one sexy feline

  12. Pup Trainer
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    I had the same issues with my cat. I used this cat training system which worked.

  13. Praveen M
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    Hey, he looks just like my cat!

  14. an orcat
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    That cat looks like Professor Meowingtons PHD

  15. Mikesaniceguy
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    My cats are addicted to laying on foil or wal-mart bags.. not sure where that idea came from hahaha..

  16. Witch Peony
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    I would not want cat fur on my food :l 1:00

  17. JayKemilLoL
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    at 0:47 thats paused IS THAT CALL OF DUTY ?

  18. Black Rose
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    @immasupernerd *it's

  19. Al
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    @immasupernerd – Good – you should be scared of your cat. If it was bigger it would kill you for food – Wohohohohahaha – I'm just joshing ya. In fact rumour has it that King Solomon had 32 lions freely prowling his palace. BTW I love cats.

  20. Black Rose
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    If your cat goes to the bathroom outside of their dirt box:

    wrap your cat with aluminum foil and put it in the microwave for 3-4 minutes. This will fix the problem for good.

  21. TheOwllicker
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    okay i did the foil thing and she just played with eat and started to chew on it .. not good for there teeth at all , so that's a down fall for me and my cat lol

  22. breakingthisdown
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    I like that they're using one of those hair barrette things as a clicker versus advertising an actual commercial clicker. Kudos. I never would've thought of that. Clever, clever.

  23. hypothesies1
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    0:49 they were playing Halo!

  24. itsAzz
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    that cat is doing the same trick everytime XD

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