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yall are nasty


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You can train cats not to claw furniture or window treatments.  It does take time and a bit of work, but it can be done.  My cat does not claw furniture and she has never clawed a window treatment.  She does claw the carpet on the stairs, though, which is okay. 

Keep your cat's claws trimmed.  Not only does it keep you from getting scratched up, it helps cats whose nails can grow so much that they end up curling under and growing into the cats paws.  Also, nails that curl under can cause a cat to lose traction on certain surfaces.

I also wash my cat every time I go home (no one else will do it).  It shouldn't be done too frequently because it will cause the cat's skin to dry out.  Between baths, just rub your cat with a damp cloth.

Some people say that cats are independent.  I'd say that is true only to a certain extent and it depends on the personality of your cat.  I have a cat that is very needy and needs plenty of attention.  Cats also need stimulating activities to keep them busy.  Make sure there are plenty of toys around--these can be as simple as cardboard boxes or paper bags (no plastic). 


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I hope it is a shelter cat....Smile
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Originally posted by Lhdc2011 Lhdc2011 wrote:

beware of fleas

It's never going outside so Im good right? Is that allowed or is that cruel? I don't want it to catch anything.
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Originally posted by TokyoRose TokyoRose wrote:

You can train cats not to claw furniture or window treatments.  It does take time and a bit of work, but it can be done.  My cat does not claw furniture and she has never clawed a window treatment.  She does claw the carpet on the stairs, though, which is okay. 

Keep your cat's claws trimmed.  Not only does it keep you from getting scratched up, it helps cats whose nails can grow so much that they end up curling under and growing into the cats paws.  Also, nails that curl under can cause a cat to lose traction on certain surfaces.

I also wash my cat every time I go home (no one else will do it).  It shouldn't be done too frequently because it will cause the cat's skin to dry out.  Between baths, just rub your cat with a damp cloth.

Some people say that cats are independent.  I'd say that is true only to a certain extent and it depends on the personality of your cat.  I have a cat that is very needy and needs plenty of attention.  Cats also need stimulating activities to keep them busy.  Make sure there are plenty of toys around--these can be as simple as cardboard boxes or paper bags (no plastic). 


Thank you, you gave me more info than all my google searches put together LOL I was reading that you can train it to stay off the countertops by spraying it with water but don't let him know it was you. I saw videos of people giving cat's baths but I didnt want to ask and look stupid LOL
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Originally posted by sexyandfamous sexyandfamous wrote:

I hope it is a shelter cat....Smile
This lady up the street is giving them away, I guess they would be going to the shelter if nobody could take them. We told my daughter she could get a dog or cat and when she heard about free kittens we didn't really have any excuses left LOL
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Laceyfront, I have never used water as a form of punishment or discipline for my cat because I didn't want her to see water as something to be afraid of, if you know what I mean.  Each cat is different, but the way I got my cat not to scratch certain areas is to simply pick her up when she was about to scratch and move her to the right place.  You have to do this a LOT with some cats before they realize what's happening.  The key with training a cat is patience.  Believe me!
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Originally posted by TokyoRose TokyoRose wrote:

Laceyfront, I have never used water as a form of punishment or discipline for my cat because I didn't want her to see water as something to be afraid of, if you know what I mean.  Each cat is different, but the way I got my cat not to scratch certain areas is to simply pick her up when she was about to scratch and move her to the right place.  You have to do this a LOT with some cats before they realize what's happening.  The key with training a cat is patience.  Believe me!
Yeah that makes sense, Thank you. 
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What about the litter box, should I keep it in the same place all the time. I was wondering if I was upstairs with him how is he going to get to the litter box since he's just a kitten and it's downstairs. But if I bring it upstairs he might get confused.
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Me and my cat boxed and I won that's how she kept  from clawing up the couch.
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