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How To Tame A Cat

How To Tame A Cat

This Videojug film explains to you simple ways of training a wild cat. Just follow the instructions and you can easily train the cat and make it feel closer to you always.

I am going to talk to you about how to train a cat. When you are talking, we are not talking about federal type of cat population and they can cause us a bit of problem. Now, slightly more, wild cats can be the result of breeding in terms of early generation like the Bengal, for example, or a conservative and not socialised for you.

So, how to get past the spitting, the snarling, the scratching and the actual biting? How can you actually stop a cat from doing? I will tell you. A lot of things need patience. There is a moment when most of us can take the wildest of the cats that generally, when we are feeding them, because cats will want to know what they are and where they are, the moment when the cats are marginally distracted, so one of the starting points is every time you feed your cat, as it is eating, take advantage of that moment to simply touch it.

Now, initially, that may be a little more than tapping the fingers and it just might be having the bush in the bucket in your hand. If you do it consistently, steadily and patiently, you can gradually build up the moment to a cat and you can stroke from head to tail. In serious cases, it is necessary to get the help of the behaviorist and there are some issues which you have to ever use things like natural homeopathic remedies to mend the cat where the cat can feel relaxed and feel a little bit better about its life in general.

But the real secret is in the relationship you have with your cat. If your cat is truly un-socialised and therefore a little wild and make it difficult to training, you have to go steadily where you don't get hurt. The cat is going to hurt you if you push it hard too soon and if your cat comes in and looks at you and is terrified and not too sure and the worst thing you can do is moving towards it chanting, “Darling, darling, I like to stroke you”, and then want to shot back at the cat from going to the next door's house.

So take your time, get to know about your cat and think about speaking to your vet, perhaps a behaviourist about how to use, say, homeopathic remedies to help your cat relax a little bit. We make mistakes, we all do, but make sure you go at a steady pace. If your cat starts to recognise you and come closer to you and while watching the TV, the cat comes close to you from the end of the sofa, what a lot of people tend to do is they start whispering - the cat has come to the sofa - and that really just doesn't help at all.

You have to speak in your normal voice and you have to be calm. Hello cat, how are you? I am fine and come and see me. Be calm, be assertive and be confident.

If you start whispering, you are actually making it worse. The cat will not pick up your confidence and will not be comfortable with you. It is very important that to move this forward, you are nice and steadily making contact how much you can and building it from it and be patient.

So in dealing and training your wild cat, it is important to think about safe natural remedies, your own patience and actually moving steadily forward to match the cat's behaviour and not pushing because you are keen to get going. .