Discussion in 'Off-Topic & Chit Chat' started by Amateur, Apr 27, 2013.
I saw this on YouTube before and loved it. There was another one when the cat was quite a bit younger and was just starting out. What an awesome young girl to put in that much work training her cat. We can barely get ours to move most days. One is so fat. We really should be doing agility with him, but he is exclusively indoors.
That cat is amazing!!!! That girl is a very talented trainer!!!
Wow she sure is one fabulous trainer.
LOL Brody's Mom, I've two cats same as your cat, sybaritic, fat and lazy ! Guess I should do agility with them, but again like your cat, both are inside gals.
And since we've gotten Brody, we've had to move the litter box so that it's facing a wall to prevent him from snacking on "kitty roca". Now fat cat is having a hard time squeezing through the gap to get in! We try to bring him downstairs to doggy zone a few times a day just to get him some exercise!
Sorry, I just spotted this
LOL well Munch is doing his darndest to keep the dogs exercised, so I don't have to worry about fat and lazy with him!
Munch has already learned to sit and spin and target a book on the floor... He's VERY easy to teach tricks to!
Using a lure, we have managed to teach our fat cat and his skinny brother to shred our finger tips with claws and teeth! LOL! I guess maybe I should check out some videos on how to clicker train cats!
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OMG that's funny!!!! I only use shaping with Munch, as I've already landed in the hospital due to over enthusiastic treat taking and a bad infection...
Use a target stick and drop the treats on the floor. When I didn't use a target stick with my cat he scratched and bit me.
I've experienced this too
It looks like it's a very good thing I've only used shaping with Munch! He'd certainly be a finger biter/shredder too LOL. Cats are so funny!
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