Training your cat: follow this guide!

Training your cat, particularly while they're still a kitten, is an essential step towards a happy home for you and your pet. Kittens are often adopted very young and at two months old are barely weaned, meaning that they need all your attention and patience to help them grow into well-behaved adult cats. Here you will find all you need to litter train cats, stop them from scratching the furniture, and more!

Training your cat: follow this guide!

Training your cat, particularly while they're still a kitten, is an essential step towards a happy home for you and your pet. Kittens are often adopted very young and at two months old are barely weaned, meaning that they need all your attention and patience to help them grow into well-behaved adult cats. Here you will find all you need to litter train cats, stop them from scratching the furniture, and more!

Training your cat: Our guides and tips

The joy of living with a cat

The joy of living with a cat

To live in harmony with your cat, it is important to understand how they think and to train them early. Training cats and kittens as soon as you get them home should be a top priority to make sure that they grow up happy.

Can you really train cats?

Training cats can be difficult as they can be very independent and stubborn. Should you punish them when they misbehave? How should you reward an obedient cat? Can you really train a cat?

Find the answers to all of your questions in our cat and kitten training guides! No matter the situation, you will learn what to do and how to teach your cat the correct way to behave.

Teach and train your cat

If your kitten isn’t litter trained, find out how to teach them to use their litter box rather than your clothes and possessions. If your cat keeps scratching the furniture, find out how to encourage them to scratch somewhere else.

With our advice, you will be able to understand your cat’s behavior: why they are aggressive towards other cats, why they have a sudden ‘mad’ half hour, or even which toys are best for your cat!

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