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Training your cat with constructive training

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Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 Time: 12:00 AM
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Are you training your cat and do not seem to be able
to get too far with him. This is the time to look at
the constructive training for training your cat or
animal.

First things first, NEVER USE PHYSICAL PUNISHMENT on
your cat or any animal. This it appalling behavior on
your part and can be punishable by law. This type of
punishment will not have good affects on the cat. You
will harm the cat or animal with them fearing you,
you will cause pain, usually ends up with biting and
violent behavior.

This is why sometimes when children play with the pet,
if there is no supervision; a child will act out towards
the most the time in hitting. This will in turn case the
cat to respond that way towards the children because the
cat believes this is how they play or because they hurt
them and the fear or hostility towards that person is
real. Supervise the children with the pet and teach the
children how to respond towards the subdued behavior.

 Do you use words that would mental harm a friend, your
cat really does not know what all this means, cats and
animals that are close to you, in time will have the same
feelings are you do. If you are upset when you are
punishing your cat, can become stressed and will feel
this type of behavior. Your cat is your friend and we
should not treat our friends this way.

Constructive support will help you and your cat with
training that both of you will share. Correct timing is
needed when using constructive support. Reward the cat
with a treat when there is the training and good behavior.

Behaviors that are not constructive use a constructive
word towards your cat. A very stern no followed by the
cat's name, with the behavior, is the great way. Cats
are like children you can only tell them simple things
until they learn. Example; no fluffy, you cannot chew
on that cord, or no Toby, you are not allowed on the
counters. With saying the word no stern and continue
in positive tone, your cat will stop at the word no.
Use this for attracting their attention on the bad
behavior.

 Some times cat will use bad behaviors for attention.
Sure enough, it did get your attention. You will need
to find out why your cat is using the bad behavior for
your attention. This is the time to reinforce the
constructive support training for your

Treat rewards are constructive support with training
your cat. As you start to train a cat, having treats
are good for training. Treats should be small cat food
items that your cat has not had before. Make sure, when
you look for a treat that it is a healthy treat, small,
and tasting to your cat, liver treats are the best for
a cat, unless you know your cat is not a liver lover.

Treating a cat when you are training him will not make
him fat as long as exercise is included daily. Once the
training is over you will want to decrease the treats
for the good behavior until they only need one for a
reminder in case they have a bad thought.

 Do not use the cat food for training the food that
they would eat for a normal meal. This will confuse
your cat, in the training, and will eat all the time.
This is not healthy for a cat. Over eating with a cat
will cause serious illnesses that will lead to high
cost in vet bills. A cat can become a lazy cat due
to the fact there is to much weight on them. A cat
will then just lie around and not want to participate
in any activities.

Training will take time, patience, understanding and
sometimes for us to train a cat or research on how to
train and the steps to take. Some behaviors will take
time to train where other can take no time at all.

Training for your cat or animal will help both you
and your cat to healthy relationships.

About the Author

All the best,
Lynette Crase
http://www.catinfo4all.com


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