After you have figured out what your cat likes as a reward, lure him into a sit by raising a treat above his head backwards while saying “Sit!”. Reward him when he does it.
Some cats will automatically sit. If your cat doesn’t sit, gently maneuver his bottom down while saying “Sit!” Reward him after he does.
It is very important to train a cat in between naps and, if treats are used as rewards, when he his hungry.
Try this trick after you have mastered “shake!”.
Have your dog sit.
Reach you hand like you would for “shake!”. When he reaches for your hand swing it around so your fingers are pointed up and say “High Five!” If he reaches up for your hand, give him a treat.
If he does it, do it once more to imprint the trick. If he doesn’t, try it 5 more times. Let him rest for at least 30 minutes.
Soon, he will lift her paw to high five when you ask her. When he high fives on command, reward with treats only one out of four times he does it. (Always use “good boy!” voice reward.
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Yes! You can teach your cat to do tricks! We’ll describe how to do the tricks in later posts. Your cat can learn to do tricks if you choose a time and reward that works for your kitty. If edible rewards are used, choose a time when the cat is hungry. Also, make sure your cat is well rested.
Before your begin, find out what your cat considers a reward. Some cats like tuna fish or cat treats. Some cats like toys or catnip stuffed toys. Our cats like attention (they don’t respond to treats).
I test my cat to see if she is ready to learn by calling her. If she comes she’s awake and wants something.
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