The first is the first: If you are training your cat to sit, stay, and fetch things at your command, maybe you should get a dog. If you are training your cat to deftly perch on the toilet seat to relieve itself, then you are also on the wrong track.
Cats are solitary predators and they have the nature to avoid or attack those who show hostility towards them or force them to do things they do not want to. Training a cat means being able to understand its nature and help it do the things you want to do (but be patient, it will take a long time).
Contrary to popular opinion, feline companions can be taught to act at the right time. The key is to successfully discover which snack appeals to you the most and present it immediately each time you respond to a verbal cue with the desired behavior. A successful workout is achieved through praise and food rewards.
If your question is why do cats do the things they do, let me remind you that they are cats and that you are not lucky enough to know everything about them (although I personally wish to know what it is that attracts them so much in the closet and what makes them pee right there!) The only things you know about cats are the things they want you to know, so stop fighting! Later in the article are the basics of cat training (trust me you’ll need them).
Stop all reprimands and punishments at once!
When you made a mistake during your childhood, what did your parents do? They chose to help you learn the things you were weak at rather than punish you, and you have to do the same with your cat. Focus on making your relationship fun, fun, rewarding, and interesting. Sometimes this change alone is very beneficial, which is otherwise really difficult. Cats are known to be overly active and destructive when bored. A daily play session and relaxing massages will help calm you down. Cats that feel abandoned often stop using their litter box, but that can be changed if you pay close attention to them. It is advisable to schedule regular sessions to give the cat your full attention and to play, even the litter box problem would disappear with time.
Set up your cat’s environment
Cats love to live an independent life; don’t expect me to greet you at the door when you come in after a long day at work. Don’t expect me to be with you all the time; they don’t really appreciate these things. However, if you set up an environment for them that is more or less independent (and if your cat really believes you give him personal space), you can expect a change in behavior very soon. For example, if your cat scratches the furniture in your house, you can make the scratching post fun. Instead of telling your cat to avoid furniture, let the furniture itself tell the cat to stay away – create new and attractive things for your cat.
Reward and treat your cat
Your cat wouldn’t learn to do things overnight; spend time with him and be patient. The best way cats learn to do things is through the use of positive rewards, praise, and reinforcement. Prepare Kitty for success. When he behaves in a pleasant way, treat him; This will give you more opportunities to teach your cat the things you want him to learn. If he responds by shouting his name or lets you tie a leash when you take him for a walk, you should reward him.
Cats are extremely lovable animals and the type of nature they possess makes them even interesting to live with. Training a cat may take longer than training a dog, but if you can be a little patient with the slow progress, you will definitely see the bright side of your pet cat: the trained one.
Let’s get to work, guys; training a cat is no big deal.