101 Training Tips for Your Cat Author:Carin A. Smith DVM Train Cats? Yes, it is possible, with expert help. Using new research that has revealed the reasons for the fascinating natural behavior of cats, a veterinarian explains in 101 Training Tips For You Cat the do's and don'ts of relating to a cat, as well as the simple steps that will stop misbehavior quickly, easily, and lovingly. A cat ca... more »n learn to come, six, fetch, walk on a leash, use a toilet, stop scratching furniture, and more.
In short, a cat, that most untrainable of creatures, can in fact be trained. in 101 Training Tips For Your Dog, a professional dog trainer explains how to work with a pet's inborn abilities and characteristics to eliminate bad behavior and make life happier on both ends of the leash.
Topics covered include the pack behavior that rules dogs' reactions, the importance of establishing who exactly is top dog, choosing raise and correction over punishment, and stopping misbehavior. Now even an old dog can be taught to come, sit, stay, exercise alongside a bike, wait before exiting doors, and to stop jumping on people, chewing rugs, and biting.« less
A "Must-have" for someone new to cats - this book contains basic information from selecting a kitten/cat to feeding, litterbox training, and general caring for. For those of us who have owned cats before, this has plenty of information to be applied to our kitties (training to sit, stay, and fetch - just for example!).