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In order to effectively train your cat, you must understand the way cats think – and what drives their actions.
Cats and dogs do not think alike, and trying to use the same training methods on a cat that you would use on a dog will only backfire and cause more behavior problems.
Cats have completely different instincts and react differently to situations than dogs do. Yelling or physically punishing a cat will only make them fear you, rather than solve behavior problems.
However, there is one learning method cats, dogs, and even people do have in common – and that is cl ical conditioning. In other words, they learn to ociate certain behaviors with certain outcomes.
Cats learn that certain activies result in positive rewards, so they continue to do them over and over again. Other actions cause negative outcomes, so they avoid them.
So, what is the difference between this and simply punishing your cat? Won’t yelling at your cat when they do something wrong make them ociate the behavior with a negative outcome?
It might, but wouldn’t it better if your cat ociated their bad behavior with the negative consequence, rather than ociating the negative consequence with you?
In other words, wouldn’t you rather they learn that scratching the couch causes an unpleasant consequence, instead of them fearing you and only scratching the couch when you are not around?
This is one of the most important things for you to understand when it comes to teaching your cat to do what you want – and for stopping unwanted behaviors.
Whether your cat is acting out because of stress, a medical condition, or simply doesn’t know what you expect…the result is enough to drive you up the wall. But now you can finally end this frustrating behavior.
Straight to the point, no-fluff real world solutions to cat behavior problems, that truly work. Solve anything from litter box problems, biting, spraying, scratching, keeping you up at night, chewing on cords, jumping on the table, and more. If it’s not in the book, and I don’t know the answer myself, simply email me and I’ll find the solution for you.
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Safe and effective. Hundreds of perfectly behaved cats and their happy owners would agree. Some of the information out there is not only incorrect and useless, but can actually be downright dangerous to your cat. As one example, I’ve seen people suggesting that moth balls be used to keep cats away from areas they are not wanted. However, moth balls are extremely toxic to cats!
Reason #1: To this day, I’ve read and studied more than 100 books and articles about cat behavior, cat health, and cat care…I’ve worked closely with vets, animal shelter and adoption center volunteers…and listened to stories of happy cat owners.
Reason #2: For years I’ve worked in pet careers, so I have a lot of hands on experience with cats, as well as other types of pets.
Reason #3: About 6 years ago I rallied up a colony of feral (wild) kittens. They were tiny, flea bitten and half starved. Maybe it was their pitiful, hungry meows that melted my heart but out of the blue, my maternal instincts kicked into overdrive. Someone had to help them and call me crazy, but I decided that someone was me.
It literally took hours, but after chasing them around (they were afraid of people, and some were mean) I finally got them all in the car and to my house.
They were FAR from well-behaved. And I knew these little bandits had very little chances of ever finding a good home unless they were trained.
Using the knowledge I already had, along with devouring dozens of books on cat training and cat behavior, I was able to turn them all into sweet, loveable, well behaved kitties in just 13 days. I ended up keeping 2 of them as my own pets.
The fact is, for over nine years now, almost everyone I know turns to me …the ‘cat wrangler’…for advice whenever their cats… Read more…