Before you train your cat, you will need to know about a cat. If you want to train your cat to sit, beg, and roll over, you should probably switch for a dog. In most cases, a cat is designed much differently than a dog in psychology and behavior. This is why some people either love cats or dislike cats; it is usually one or the other.

 

Clicker Training

Cats and kittens are receptive to clicker training. Clickers may even help cats focus in stressful environments like shelters. In shelters, studies show that clicker training helps cats learn positive behaviors faster and, ultimately, get adopted more quickly.

Starmark Pro-Training Clicker

Litter Training

Learning how to use the litter box is an important part of early feline development, but "training" is a bit of a misnomer! Kittens naturally understand the litter box and will be drawn to use it as long as you provide them the proper encouragement.

Moderna Litter Box Siing Warm Grey Moderna Litter Box Scoop and Sift Grey Feline Pine Natural Pine Original Litter 7 Lb

 

Basic Command Training

Cats can also be trained with basic commands such as “sit”, “stay”, “no”, and “come”. Although it takes a lot of time and effort, it would be worth it once your feline friend respond to even just a single command. Make sure to reward them with their favorite all-natural treats. After a long day of training, your cat deserves a scrumptious chewy or crunchy treat.

 

Tiki Cat Treat Soft & Chewy Tuna 2oz Tiki Cat Crunchers Treats Chicken and Pumpkin 2oz Wellness Kittles Salmon & Cranberry 2 oz