Cat Training Tips

Prior to meals, when your cat is most motivated by food, is the greatest time to train it. Train for no longer than

15 minutes at a time or your cat may become bored. When she stops reacting, end the training. It's ideal

to perform a few quick training sessions throughout the day. You shouldn't pick up your cat and push her

into training sessions by taking her to your bed (or another location where you want to train her), since

she won't grasp what is being requested of her. Furthermore, only utilize rewards for training. If you reward your

cat each time she paws you with a goodie, you won't be training her; she'll be teaching you!

Another thing to keep in mind is that cats have shorter attention spans than dogs, although 

young cats typically pick things up more quickly due to their age and malleable minds.