Do you have a cat that you need to train to use a litter box? Perhaps you've got a new kitten that has never used litter before, or you're transitioning an outdoor cat to be strictly indoors and need to teach him where he can appropriately eliminate? Or, maybe your cat has stopped using the litter box for some reason and you need to re-train him or her to use the box to prevent soiling in the house. Here are some tips!!
So you're bringing home a new kitten? Congratulations! Kittens are notorious, adorable little trouble-makers, with a knack for getting into things they shouldn't. Their natural curiosity can get them into serious trouble if you don't take a few preventative measures to ensure their safety before they arrive in their new home. Follow along for kitten proofing the different areas of your home that will make their transition a lot smoother – for both of you!
Felines can be trained to walk in harnesses and on leashes, just like dogs. All it takes is some gentle and patient cat training. Success is more likely if you start when your cat is a kitten, but if your cat doesn't enjoy it, there are plenty of other ways to have fun together!
A kitten's antics aren't just adorable and enticing; they're a roadmap to physical and behavioral development. Make sure the kittens in your care are on the right track with this infographic based on Dr. Susan Krebsbach's "From Helpless Newborn to Skilled Acrobat: Feline Development and the Orphaned Kitten": - See more at: http://maddiesinstitute.typepad.com/chewonthis/2013/06/kittens-the-first-six-weeks-