how to train a cat?
how to train my kitten not meow or bark at things. i am very determined and will get it done
I’m sorry, I don’t know who you are (e-mail). But if any of these suggestions work for your particular situation, please let us know how it worked out! :)We use the term “cat” here in the sense that we’re talking about domestic cats, since that’s what most people mean when they say “kitty.” However, there is some controversy over whether this word should be reserved exclusively for domesticated felines; some would prefer “feline,” while others claim plain old English is perfectly good enough too. We tend to like both terms though; they do seem to make more sense than other alternatives (such as feline house cat) anyway.One thing you might want to consider before adopting a kitty – do you have room for another pet? If so, maybe consider getting two kittens instead… There are definitely benefits to having multiple pets living together – keep one busy with lots of playtime and treats all day long, plus he’ll feel much safer because he has company (plus without each other around him all day long cats can become pretty timid). Maybe even learn how to teach them tricks together!Before purchasing your new kitten(s), ask yourself these questions:If the answer isn’t “no” then congratulations on your search—you may be fortunate enough find exactly