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  • Cats are often underestimated when it comes to behavior, simply because the average owner has very little need to attempt any sort of training at all. Unlike with dogs (obedience training for dogs is wel documented) there‚Äôs no need to train cats...

    Solve Cat Behavior Problems using Cat Obedience Training

    Solve Cat Behavior Problems using Cat Obedience Training

    by cat training tips2

  • With the right tools and attitude, you can teach your cat to sit on command. Great for mental stimulation, a cool party trick, and growth in relationship between you and your fluffy friend.

    Cat Training: How To Teach Your Cat To Sit

    Cat Training: How To Teach Your Cat To Sit

    by Angie Gomez1

  • You can teach your cat to talk. If you are looking for information on how to teach your cat to do something truly awesome, this article is for you. Find out more about your cat's verbal communication and how they talk.

    Cat Training: How to Teach Your Cat to Talk

    Cat Training: How to Teach Your Cat to Talk

    by Nancy Owens14

  • Wood pellets, sometimes called wood stove fuel pellets or pellet fuel (and brand names like Feline Pine cat litter), can make a great replacement for regular cat litter, and have many advantages over the traditional clay stuff. Why switch over? ...

    Training Your Cat to Wood Pellet Litter

    Training Your Cat to Wood Pellet Litter

    by MoRita7

  • Love your cat? Consider teaching her to walk on a leash! Your cat will be safer, live longer, and still have her senses simulated by the great outdoors. Step by step instructions for success included!

    How to Leash Train Your Cat

    How to Leash Train Your Cat

    by Power Ball Pythons1

  • I would not be in favour of de-clawing the kitten, as a cat needs its claws for many purposes other than scratching you and the furniture. However, a cat that has little opportunity to walk on hard surfaces may well need its claws trimmed regularly...

    How to Stop a Kitten From Climbing up Your Leg

    How to Stop a Kitten From Climbing up Your Leg

    by John Welford6

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