Monday, October 1, 2007

House Training Cat

House training is one of those issues that every cat owner must grapple with. In most cases house training is the first major milestone in the relationship between owner and cat, and it can sometimes be difficult and confusing for owner and cat alike.

Before your new kitty arrives to your home, you should decide how you are going to housetrain her/her.

When house training a cat or a kitty,it is important to pay close attention to the signals the cat is sending. It is also important to be consistent when it comes to feeding times, and to provide the cat with ready access to the toilet area you establish on a regular basis.

It is important as well to never try to rush the process of house training. While some cats are naturally easier to train, most kitties and adult cats will experience at least one or two slip ups during the house training process. When these accidents occur, it is important to not get mad and punish the cat. Accidents during house training usually mean that the owner is trying to move too fast, or that the cat has been left alone for too long. In this case, it is best to just take a step back and start the process again.

One problem many cat owners overlook when house training cat is that of boredom. Boredom is actually the root cause of many behavior problems in cats, including howling and other destructive behaviors. Boredom can also be the root cause of problems with house training.

To prevent the cat from becoming bored when you are away from home, be sure to provide him with lots of different kinds of toys, as well as a safe and secure place to sleep. In addition, a vigorous period of play time can help the cat sleep while you are away

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