Kesem responds wonderfully to commands- most of the time. But the little percent of inobedience in her almost always runs free when she sneaks out of the front door- or if she sees a cat. Then the little switch in her head flips from 'Innocent Pet Mode' to 'Ecstasic Hunter Mode', which means runnung hysterically at the kitty, who of course won't just sit there and wait to be caught, so she naturally sprints after it ,and my words could be in chineese for all she cares, and so I call her desperatley while looking out for the cars just waiting for an oportunity to turn her into mashed potatoes, while Kesem keeps on speeding around the street after the hissing, spitting and incredibly terrified blurr like a cheetah who drank cofee. :dogwacko: I'm not sure what to do about it, because she responds OK at home and in the yard, and I obviously can't train her outside with the cars... And I also don't have the heart to teach her strict, you-must-obey commands. She makes the most pitifull expresion, and I feel so sorry for her for trying to force her to do things, that I can't steel my self to just do it. Any suggestions?