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Training cats is very different from the training techniques used to train dogs. Cat will rarely do anything simply to please their owners, especially if there is nothing in it for them or they simply do not feel like complying at the time the request or commands are given.

When it comes to cat training techniques, there are some feline based systems that are recommended for more action proven results. The positive reinforcement and aversion stimulus are probably the only clear way to try and get the cooperation of the cat to comply with the owner's instructions. With the right approach and with the use of the right methods and techniques, you will surely see results.

Table of Contents

  1. Tableof Contents
  2. Legal DisclaimerIntroductionChapter 1Basic TrainingChapter 2Play TimeChapter 3SocializingChapter 4How to train your cat touse the… Toilet.

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BasicTrainingTeachingyour cat to change or modify their behavior will ensure you have a happy and
healthy relationship.LITTER BOX TRAININGTraining a cat to use a litter box usuallyisn’t difficult. Cats are generally clean by nature, and have a natural
inclination to bury their waste. Use the following steps to train your cat to
start using a litter box: Place your cat and a clean litter box (thekind without a cover) in a confined area, like a room in your house. Be sure your cat has plenty of food and cleanwater. If your cat ‘goes’ outside of the box, placethe waste in the litter box. (Sorry – needs to be done! The smell of the waste
may encourage the cat to start using the box.) Usually within a day or two of being confinedwith the litter box the cat will begin to use the box regularly.If the cat isn’t using the box within acouple of days, try this: After the cat has eaten, place the cat in the litter
box and then just scratch the surface of the litter a bit with your fingertip.If it’s still a no-go, make sure the box isclean. If it’s ever been used before, clean it with baking soda and fill with
clean litter. You can also try several types of litter; sometimes a cat will be
fine with one brand and turn up its nose at another brand. Also make sure that
the box is located in a quiet, secluded area.If nothing seems to work, consult your vet.Occasionally an underlying medical problem can be the cause of a cat’s
reluctance to use a litter box.

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